Bellamy, Samuel

Bellamy, Samuel an English Congregational minister, was born at Lincoln, April 4, 1803. He was converted early in life, joined the Congregational Church, received his collegiate discipline at Huxton Academy and Highhury College, and was ordained to the pastorate at Leeds in 1828. On resigning his charge at Leeds, Mr. Bellamy preached successively at Clutton, Somersetshire, ten years; ten years at Sheffield; seventeen. years at Buckingham; and finally retired to Sheffield, where he died, Nov. 23, 1877. Mr. Bellamy published The Betrayal, a sacred poem in five books; A Sermon on Baptismal Regeneration, and A Course of Lectures on the Prodigal Son. — See (Lond.) Cong. Yearbook, 1879, p. 298.

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