Simpson, Calovius Abraham, Lld
Simpson, Calovius Abraham, LL.D.
an English Congregational minister, was born in 1789. He was educated at the Glasgow University, and left that institution with the highest testimonial of Christian character and scholarly attainment. He essaved to make proof of his ministry first at Fulbourne, and in 1820 removed to Haverhill, where he was ordained, and for eleven years greatly blessed in his work. In 1836 Dr. Simpson settled at Oundle, thence in 1842 he removed to Cardiff, and in 1844 entered upon his final pastorate at Long Sutton, Lincolnshire. He died March 17, 1866. "His literary reading was very wide; he had singular conversational powers and great urbanity of manner; his love of theological and metaphysical questions amounted to a passion, and on them he spoke with decision and authority." See (Lond.) Cong. Yearbook, 1867, page 313.