1805, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Au­gust 22, 1893, West­min­ster, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Son of a Roy­al Na­vy cap­tain, Cham­bers at­tend­ed Or­i­el Col­lege, Ox­ford, gra­du­at­ing with hon­ors in 1827 (MA 1831).

He was called to the Bar by the In­ner Tem­ple in 1831. In 1842, he pub­lished an ela­bo­rate trea­tise on the ju­ris­dic­tion of the Court of Chan­ce­ry ov­er the per­sons and pro­pe­rty of in­fants, and was ap­point­ed Re­cord­er of New Sar­um the same year.

At Sal­is­bury, he be­came in­ter­est­ed in li­tur­gi­cal and oth­er ec­cle­si­as­ti­cal lore pe­rtain­ing to the ca­the­dral, and to St. Os­mund, its bi­shop in 1078.

His works in­clude:

  1. Maker of Man, Who from Thy Throne