Vaughan, Robert Alfred
Vaughan, Robert Alfred an Independent minister, son of Dr. Robert Vaughan, was born at Worcester, England, March 18,1823. He graduated at London University in 1842, and at the Lancashire Independent College in 1846, then studied theology at Halle. He was colleague of Rev. William Jay as pastor of Argyle Chapel, Bath, 1848-50, and pastor at Birmingham, 1850-55. He died in London, Oct. 26,1857. He published, The Witch of Endor and Other Poems (1844): — Hours with the Mystics, a Contribution to the History of Religious Opinions (1856, 2 vols.): — Essays and Remains (posthumously, with a Memoir by his father, 1858, 2 vols.).