Aspland, Robert, an English Unitarian minister, born in 1742, educated for the Calvinistic ministry at Highgate and Hackney, and afterward at Aberdeen, where he threw up his beneficiary scholarship on becoming a Unitarian in 1800. At 20 he was ordained pastor of the Baptist Church at Newport, Isle of Wight, with liberty to preach Unitarianism. In 1805 he was installed at Gravel Pit Chapel, Hackney, where he remained pastor till his death, Dec. 30, 1845. For years he was a leader among English Unitarians, edited the "Monthly Repository" and the "Christian Reformer," and published a number of sermons and pamphlets. His Life, Works, and Correspondence were published by his son (Lond. 1850, 8vo).