BEVAN, LLEWELYN DAVID: Congregationalist; b. at Llanelly (15 m. s.e. of Carmarthen), Carmarthenshire, Wales, Sept. 11, 1842. He studied at New College, London (BA., University of London, 1861; LL.B., 1866), and after being assistant minister to Thomas Binney (q.v.) at the King’s Weigh-House Chapel, London (1865-69), held pastorates at Tottenbam-Court Road Chapel, London (1869-76), the Brick Presbyterian Church, New York City (1876-82), and Highbury Quadrant Church, London (1882-86). Since 1886 he has been pastor of the Collins Street Congregational Church, Melbourne, Victoria. While in England, he was associated with F. D. Maurice (q.v.) in the Workingmen's College, London, and was for several years a professor in New College.