Arvine, Kazlitt

Arvine, Kazlitt a Baptist minister, was born in 1820, and was a graduate of Wayland University, in the class of 1841. He pursued his theological studies at the Newton Theological Institution, and graduated in the class of 1845. His ordination took place Nov. 6 of the same year, and he became pastor of the Church in Woonsocket, R. I. His other pastorates were with the Providence Church, New York city, and with the Church in West Boylston, Mass. He died at East Brookfield, July, 1851. As an author, Mr. Arvine is known as the compiler of Cyclopaedia of Moral and Religious Anecdotes and Cyclopaedia of Literary Anecdotes. See Newton General Catalogue, p. 29.. (J. C. S.)

 
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