Pritchard, Samuel a Wesleyan missionary, was born in the first quarter of our century. He was converted in 1843, and feeling called of God to preach the glad tidings, he entered the itinerant ranks in 1852, and was sent to Biabou Circuit. in the island of St. Vincent. He was there only two years when he was seized with malignant yellow fever, and died Feb. 28, 1853. During the brief period of his ministerial labors he gained the affectionate regard of the community in which he resided. See Wesleyan Mag. 1853, p. 872.