Brick, Daniel a Congregational minister, was a native of Boston. He graduated from Princeton College, became chaplain in the army and accompanied Porter's regiment to Canada, and shared in the hardships of that campaign. He was present in the attack upon Quebec. After the war he visited the North-west Territory, and delivered the first sermon ever preached on the spot where Marietta, Ohio now stands. He died in Vermont in 1845. Mr. Brick was a man of high Christian character. See Alexander, Princeton College in the 18th Century.