Russell, David, Dd
Russell, David, D.D.
a Scotch Congregational minister, was born in Glasgow, October 10, 1779. He studied literature and the classics privately, and theology at the Edinburgh Theological Academy. In August 1805, he was sent to Aberdeen, where he supplied the pulpit five months. He then removed to Montrose for nine months, but. returned to Aberdeen, where he was ordained pastor in 1807. He went to Dundee in 1809, and became pastor of the Church then assembling in Sailor's Hall. In this charge he continued thirty-nine years, with great honor to all concerned. He died Sept. 23, 1848. Dr. Russell published, among other works. Letters, chiefly Practical and Consolatory: —On the Old and New Covenants: — The Way of Salvation: — Hints to Inquirers: — Infant Salvation, etc. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1848, page 237.