Clulow, William Benton

Clulow, William Benton, an English Congregational minister, was born at Leek in 1802, and educated at Hoxton Academy. He first settled at Shal-don, Devonshire, where he remained twelve years, and then, in 1835, became classical tutor in Airedale College, Bradford. After eight years he resigned his post-lion in the college, and lived in retirement the rest of his life, engaged in literary labors. In 1875 he removed to Leek, where he died, April 16, 1882. His published works include, Truths in Few Words: — Aphorisms and Reflections: — Essays of a Recluse: — Sunshine and Shadow. He also left a volume of MS. notes on the Greek New Test. See (Lond.) Cong. Year- book, 1883, p. 269.

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