Medley, Samuel

Medley, Samuel an English poet, was born at Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, June 23, 1733. After various adventures on land and sea, he was converted in 1759, became pastor of a Baptist Church at Waterford in 1768, of one at Liverpool in 1772, and died there, July 17, 1799. He published numerous hymns in sheets, which were collected (1789-1800), and several of them (especially "Oh, could I speak the matchless worth") have found their way into most modern hymnals.

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