Hill, Noah a learned Independent minister, was born at Cradley, England, 1739, and educated at Daventry, where he was classical master for ten years. He became rector of the Gravel Lane Chapel, London, 1 771, and preached there thirty-seven years. He died in 1815. His Sermons (Lond. 1822, 8vo) are said to abound in felicitous illustrations.