Allin, Frederick an English Congregational minister, was born at Lancing, Sussex, Jan. 25, 1821. While. at school at Portsea, he was converted under the ministry of the Rev. T. Cousins. He received private instruction from the Rev. Joseph Turnbull at Brighton, and afterwards at Boulogne. He was admitted as a student at Highbury College in 1839, and left in February, 1843, to commence his ministerial labors at Hanover Chapel, Brighton. After officiating here a few months, he removed to the Public Rooms, and afterwards to the. Grand Parade Chapel, where he was ordained July 8, 1846. Upon the failure of his health, he left Brighton in March, 1848, and went to the vicinity of London. Having recovered strength, he preached for a time at Highgate, but found it necessary soon to remove to the more genial climate of Penzance, in Cornwall, at which place he became, in the summer of 1850, co-pastor with the venerable John Foxell. He died March 29, 1852. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1853, p. 204.