Lady Huntingdon was a noble Christian woman who lived in England some years ago. She was not very rich, considering that she belonged to the nobility. Her income was about six thousand dollars a year. She lived in a very plain way, spending as little money as possible on herself, and giving away all the rest of it in doing good to others. She founded a college to educate ministers and supported it herself. She built a number of chapels in different parts of the kingdom, and supported ministers in them to preach the gospel. She was like a diamond shining brightly, and scattering abroad for the good of others the blessings that God gave to her.