Duff, Archibald, Dd

Duff, Archibald, D.D.

a Congregational minister, was born in the Gallowgate, Aberdeen, in 1810, and educated in Marischal College, then one of the two universities of that city. Visiting Canada on a commercial commission, he earnestly engaged in religious labor, and on his return to Scotland, in 1836, entered Glasgow Theological Academy. In 1841 he was ordained pastor at Fraserburg; in 1845 joined the seceding Scotch Church, accepting the pastorship of the newly-formed Ebenezer Chapel; in 1848 became pastor at Hawick; in 1856 entered the service of the Colonial Missionary Society, laboring first at Comansville, Canada, and after 1862 at Sherbrooke. In 1880 he resigned his charge, nand, returning to England, died at Putney, November 19, 1883. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1884, pge 288.

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