By: Isidore Singer
English rabbi; born July 27, 1868. He was educated at Jews' Free School, Jews' College, and University College, London, and was graduated from the London University with the degree B.A. Adler was appointed minister of the Hammersmith and West Kensington Synagogue, London, in 1890. He became honorary chaplain at Wormwood Scrubs Prison, and senior master of Hebrew at Jews' Free School, in 1893. He is the author of "Elements of Hebrew Grammar" (1st ed. 1897, 2d ed. 1899), and "Students' Hebrew Grammar" (1899). He has contributed various articles to the "Jewish Quarterly Review" and the "Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society."
- Jacobs, Jewish Year Book, 1900.