Hague, William, Dd

Hague, WILLIAM, D.D.

a Baptist minister, was born at Pelham, N.Y., January 4, 1808. Graduating from Hamilton College in 1826, and from Newton Theological Institute in 1829, he entered the ministry of his Church, serving as pastor until 1869, when he became professor of homiletics at the Chicago Baptist Theological Seminary. He died August 1, 1887. He was the author of The Authority and Perpetuity of the Christian Sabbath, and other volumes. See Appletons' Cyclop. of Amer. Biography.

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