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Seymour, Aaron Crossley Hobart, the son of an English clergyman, was born in County Limerick December 19, 1789. His parents were intellectual people, and he enjoyed the advantages of a thorough education. While yet a youth he heard a plain gospel sermon at one of Lady Huntingdon's chapels, and became an earnest Christian. He was the author of several valuable books, among them The Life and Times of the Countess of Huntingdon, in two volumes 435 (octavo), 1839. This is the standard life of Lady Huntingdon, a very valuable work. He died in October, 1870.

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