Kennedy,William Sloane, a Presbyterian minister (N. S.), was born in Muncy, Pa., June 3,1822; graduated at Western Reserve College in 1846; was licensed by the Cleveland Presbytery in 1848, and soon after installed pastor of the Congregational Church in Bucksville, Ohio. Here he labored earnestly for four years. In 1852 he accepted a call to Sandusky, Ohio, where he ministered with great success until his removal to Cincinnati in 1859. His work-there seemed to promise well, his congregations increased, and his influence was strong; but in the spring of 1860 his health began to fail, and for fourteen months he struggled against disease, preaching even the Sabbath before his death. He died July 30 1861. He was a thorough scholar, a profound theologian, and an instructive an impressive preacher. He wrote Messianic Prophecies:-a History of the Plan of Union: — Life of Christ; and Sacred Analogies.-Wilson Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1862.