Huntington, William a Calvinistic Methodist preacher, was born in 1744. He passed his early life in: menial service and dissipation, but after conversion he entered the ministry, and became a popular preacher in London. On his books he took the title of S. S., or Sinner Saved. He died in 1813. — A review of his works by Southey will be found in the Quarterly Review, 20, 462. His writings have been collected and published: Works (London, 1820, 20 vols. 8vo, and his select works, edited by his son, 6 vols. 8vo, 1838, and reprinted in 1856): Contemplations on the God of Israel, in a series of letters to a friend (Sleaford, 1830, 12mo): — The Law established by the Faith of Christ, a sermon oil Ro 3:31 (Lond. 1786, 8vo): — The Epistle of Faith (Lond. 1789, 8vo):The Kingdom of Heaven taken by Prayer, with Life of the author (Andover, 1832, 32mo): — The wise and foolish Virgins described, the substance of two sermons on Mt 25:3-4 (Lond. 1803, 8vo). — Darling, Cyclopaedia Bibliographica, 1, 1586.