Corso, Niccolo a Genoese painter, flourished about 1503. His works are chiefly in the cloister and refectory of the monastery of the Olivetani at Quarto, near Genoa. The most esteemed is a picture from the life of St. Benedict. Corson, Charles Wesley, a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Beesley's Point, Cape May County, N.J., September 19, 1838. He was converted in 1852, and in 1872 joined the Genesee Conference, being ordained deacon the same year, and elder two years after. He served successfully Chili, Walworth, and Penfield (all in New York). In 1880 he was appointed to Prattsburg, where he died, January 26, 1881. He was a man of sympathetic nature and true piety, arduous and faithful in his labors. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1881, page 328.