Haldane, Robert

Haldane, Robert, born in London, and James, born in Dundee, brothers; entered the English navy, and after distinguishing themselves in it, left the service, and devoted their time and their wealth to evangelistic labours and the building of “tabernacles,” as they were called, for religious worship in connection eventually with the Baptist body; they both contributed to theological literature in the Calvinistic interest; Robert died in 1842, being born in 1764, and James in 1851, being born in 1766.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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