Alexander. 1701–70, Scottish bookseller and compiler of a well-known biblical concordance (1737)
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How to use Cruden in a sentence
A world away at Cruden Farm in Australia, a grand dame would no doubt have seen all this with the heaviest of hearts.
This was Alexander Cruden, the well-known, painstaking compiler of the Concordance.The Chronicles of Newgate, v. 2/2 | Arthur Griffiths
Mr Cruden had the reputation of being one of the most respectable as well as one of the richest men in his part of the county.
On the day on which our story opens Mr Cruden had driven down into the City on business.
“Certainly, Master Cruden,” said the lawyer, a trifle disconcerted by this unexpected interruption.
And it was whilst returning thence that Mr Cruden was suddenly seized with the stroke which ended in his death.