January 17, 1849.

January 17, 1926.

Dyer, a Quaker and member of the Anglo-Oriental Society for the Suppression of the Opium Trade, is remembered as a moral reformer. In 1880, he, Quaker banker George Gillet, and Benjamin Scott, Chamberlain of the City of London, formed the London Committee for the Exposure of and Suppression of the Traffic in English, Scotch and Irish Girls for the Purposes of Prostitution. In 1881, he founded and began editing the Sentinel, a purity journal. His other works include:

  1. Jesus Leads His Army
  2. O Precious Dear Redeemer