Baine, Joseph

Baine, Joseph, an English Baptist minister, was born in Downshire, Scotland, about 1755. Early in life he removed to England, and about the year 1800 was called to the pastorate of a Church at Portsmouth, Hampshire. After remaining here for a time, he took charge, for a brief period, of a Church in Davenport, in the same county, and then removed to Harlow, where le was pastor for twenty-seven years. While minister in this place, he rendered efficient service to his denomination by raising funds for the erection of chapels in Cornwall. He died Feb. 3, 1830. He was "a good minister of Jesus Christ;" the style of his preaching being plain, experimental, and affectionate. He is represented as having a liberal, catholic spirit. See Haynes, Baptist Cyclopedia; i, 77. (J. C. S.)

 
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