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remarkably congenial spirit . We must add , with a sigh of regret , that it was the fate , i O | ; these illustrious men to resemble each other in another circumstance : on ( account , of ; their religious opinions the I onje , fwa ^ deprived pf his fellowship , and the other excluded from the Professors '
cn ^ uy Should what I have written draw forth . any information from your able correspondents , it will give much satisfaction to your obedient servant , K . L .
Joseph Yallowley , Esq . 1828 . Sept 25 , suddenly , Joseph Yallowi ey , Esq ., aged 53 , a gentleman well known and highly respected among the Dissenters of the metropolis . He was connected with most of their public trusts and charities , and had very recently been chosen one of the Trustees of Dr . Williams ' s estate . For many years he was an active member of the Court of Common Council . As Trear
surer of the Presbyterian Congregation in Jewin Street , he had long rendered most efficient and valuable service to that respectable' Society . " f We have been allowed to ektrSet the following estimate of his tmttfic ^ Wd ' private character from
the di 6 cdtfrs £ d&iVeto ? & by his |) astor , the Kev * i > . Ba ^ sfeW ,, ^ iie Sunday after the interment . : * Thi ^ ^ p / dbfiate ; and vei ^ imprefesivfe ^ tifitiftit vtfiu be speedily pub - lished . May ' it niiriistef consolation to the f rfeiilfe * of 4 e afe ^ ed , arid b ^ ing hom ^ m ^\ t * f hear * the ^ bnitprV fact thatih ^ mWm 6 % IWM ai-e ih death !
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exemplification of the spirit of Chnsti-r auity . He had long enjoyed amongst his fellow-citizens a well-merited respect . His best exertions were ever at the service of the cause of humanity and truth ; He had no illiberal , no sectarian views , and whether his needy brother was of one party or another , if he possessed those moral qualifications which entitled him to consideration , he was ever ready to extend his hand . He was in this
respect eminently a Christian . He partook largely of the character of the benevolent Samaritan , whose conduct was so highly commended by our Saviour , when be desired those who waited on , his teaching to go and , imitate his example . He regarded the whole rational creation
as the great family of ( Jp . d , and those rights , liberties , privileges , and blessiiigs which he himself enjoyed , he longed to see extended to the whole race of man . The time , I trust ,, will come , when such principles , at least , will be , universal , when the blessings 5 of Itnowledge ,
civjji-Ration , and religJQp ^ w | lji be cp-j ^ xtensiye ^ ith the habitatiions pf men , , a | id al * ^ will qnjqj » r | hai frieecjoitn w ' ^ c ^^^ p 'itupt ^ % \ x e Jiappihess aq ^ tt ^ pour P ^ iflan , , ai ^ d which PfWlft ^ W W - i ^ S ^ . lu ^ W PfeiJV /^ vW ^ . Hw ^ ties Ih Which he engaged ,, he was D 9 % mpre ' : $ ^ i % mm wmtf f ^ - 'tjose ^ i aha i ) fph $ i } $ pl $ ixve p ( n \ y designs , 1 |( ian W , ^ e m ] Mf | n < jlep ^ p | depce with Hyhich * m laboured to promote them . " lie mri ^^ yiWm e ^ erl lipns . r ^ e \ uQPmJ $ & ^ liHil ^ w mj mto . oftt ? m ** : 'W ^ A M ^ fW ^ 1 ^^ , rr TOlBWfflWW ^ . ^ Wim . p ^ w-
788 Obituary , —Joseph * Yalldwley s Esq \ t ' *¦
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Nov. 2, 1828, page 788, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2566/page/60/