CARRASCO, car-ras'co, ANTONIO: Spanish Protestant; b. in Malaga. Jan. 19, 1843; lost with the steamer "Ville du Havre" Nov. 22, 1873, while returning home from the Sixth General Conference of the Evangelical Alliance held in New York Oct., 1873. He was converted at sixteen and joined a band of Bible-readers in Malaga connected with Manuel Matamoros; was imprisoned for two years (1860-62), and then condemned to the galleys for a term of nine years, but at the solicitation of the Evangelical Alliance, supported by representations of the Prussian government, the sentence was changed to banishment (1863). He studied theology in Geneva; on the downfall of Queen Isabella in 1868 he returned to Spain and undertook the work of evangelization; at the time of his death he was pastor of the Free Church in Madrid, with a membership of 700, and president of the Protestant Synod of Spain.
BIBLIOGRAPHY: A brief sketch of his life may be found in the History, etc., of the Sixth General Conference of the Evangelical Alliance, p. 764, New York, 1874.
CARROLL, HENRY KING: Methodist Episcopalian; b. at Dennisville, N. J., Nov. 15, 1848. He was self-taught, and early entered journalism, being successively editor of the Havre Republican, Havre, Md. (1868-69), and assistant editor of The Methodist, New York (1869-70), and of the
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