Eastburn James Wallis, Am
Eastburn James Wallis, A.M., a Protestant Episcopal minister, was born in London Sept. 26,1797. In 1803 he came to New York, and in 1816 passed' A.B. of Columbia College. In 1818 he became rector of St. George's, Accomac County, Va., where his ministry is still spoken of with great respect. In 1819 he sailed for Santa Cruz, and died on the 2d of December of the same year. He composed the beautiful Trinity Sunday Hymn; a lyric, entitled The Summer Midnight; a poem, Yamoyden, a Tale of the Wars of King Philip. and Various anonymous essays.-Sprague, Ann. v. 635.