Carey, Eustace an English Baptist, nephew of the Rev. Dr. William Carey, was born at Paulerspury, Northamptonshire, March 22, 1791, and baptized by Dr. Ryland. He studied at Bristol College, and, having offered himself for service in Baptist missions, was ordained in January, 1814, after which he sailed to India, and, with two others, founded the Calcutta mission as distinguished from the Serampore mission. His health failing, he returned to England in 1825, and was employed as the traveling agent of the Baptist Missionary Society. His chief literary work is the Life of his uncle, Dr. Carey. He died in London, July 19,1855.