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KELLOGG, Samuel Henry, clergyman, born in Westhampton, New York, 6 September, 1839. He was graduated at Princeton in 1861. Entered the Theological Seminary there, was ordained an evangelist in 1864, and, under an appointment of the board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian church, sailed for India in December of that year, arriving in Calcutta, 5 June, 1865. In 1872 he removed to Alla-Habad, and became instructor in the theological training school there. Resigning his office as missionary, he returned to the United States in 1876, the next year was elected pastor of a Presbyterian Church in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, in 1879 was chosen professor of didactic and polemic theology, and lecturer on comparative religion in western theological seminary, and since 1886 has been pastor of St. James Square Church, Toronto. In 1872 he was elected corresponding member of The American Oriental Society, and in 1885 became an associate of the Philosophical Society of Great Britain. Princeton gave him the degree of D. D. in 1877. He has translated the larger catechism of the Presbyterian church into Hindi, rendered valuable service in the revision of the scriptures, and published "A Grammar of the Hindi Language" (Calcutta and London, 1876)" "The Jews, or Prediction and Fulfilment" (New York, 1883)" "The Light of Asia and the Light of the World" (1885)" " From Death to Resurrection" (1885)" "Are Premillen-Nialists Right" (Chicago, 1885).
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