Bayley, Robert Slater

Bayley, Robert Slater F.S.A., an English Congregational minister. was born at Lichfield, in 1801. He was converted early in life, educated for the ministry at Hoxton College, and settled first at Louth, in 1833. In 1835 he removed to Sheffield, where he labored ten years. From Sheffield Mr. Bayley went to Queen-street Chapel, London, where he labored till his invitation to Eignbrook Chapel, Hereford, in 1856. He died Nov. 15, 1859. Mr. Bayley was the author of Nature Considered as a Revelation: — History of Louth: — Lectures on the Early History of the Christian Church: The New Hebrew Concordance; and many sermons, lectures, etc. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1860, p. 175.

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