Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Loveday, Samuel
LOVEDAY, SAMUEL (1619–1677), baptist minister, born in 1619, was son of William Loveday, and died on 15 Dec. 1677. He wrote: 1. ‘An Answer to the Lamentation of Cheapside Crosse; together with the reasons why so many doe desire the downfall of it, and all such Popish Reliques; also the downfall of Antichrist,’ 4to, London, 1642, in doggerel verse. 2. ‘The Hatred of Esau and the Love of Jacob unfoulded, being a brief and plain exposition of the 9 chapter of Pauls Epistle to the Romanes,’ 12mo, London, 1650. 3. ‘Personal Reprobation reprobated: being a plain exposition upon the nineth chapter to the Romans,’ 8vo, London, 1676, a different work from the above. He published also two sermons on Matthew xxv. and Revelation iii., and discourses on Isaiah iii.
[Loveday's Works; Elegy on his death in the Luttrell Collection, Brit. Mus.]