Clark, Alexander (2)

Clark, Alexander (2), a Scotch clergyman, took his degree at King's College, Aberdeen, in 1813; was licensed to preach in 1821; presented to the third charge at Inverness in 1822; transferred to the first charge in that town in 1834, and. died May 6,1852, aged fifty-five years. He was remarkably zealous and active on the popular side in all the proceedings of the Church. He published Rights of Members of the Church of Scotland (1831) :-five single Sermons (1831- 46):Present Position of the Church, and the Duty of its Members (1840) :- Dialogues, i-vii, on the Questions Agitated in the Church of Scotland (1843); five of which were translated into Gaelic. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticance, ii, 255,.259. -

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