Chamberlain, Jason a Congregational minister, teacher, and lawyer, was born at Itolliston, Mass., Feb. 9, 1783. His early-education was thorough, and he graduated with the highest honors at Brown University in 1804. He first preached at Thomaston, Me., was ordained at Guilford, Vt., in 1808; and was dismissed from that church in 1811, to become professor of Latin and- Greek in the University of Vermont. In 1814 he went West, and was one of the founders of Jackson, Mo. Retiring from the ministry, he went into the practice of law, and in 1820 was drowned while going the circuit of the courts in Arkansas. Mr. Chamberlain's publications were a Sermon at the funeral of Genesis Henry Knox, 1807; and an Inaugural Oration at Burlington, Vt., in 1811.