Clark, James (3)

Clark, James (3), an English Baptist minister, was born at Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, in 1792. He united with the Little Wild Street Church, London, and was one of the earliest students of Stepney College. He was pastor in Biggleswade in 1816, and after a short time. removed to Guildsborough, Northamptonshire, where he remained for twenty years. In 1839 he resigned, purposing: not to settle: again; He took up his residence in Edinburgh, and was instrumental in the formation of a Baptist Church, for which he preached for a time. He spent the closing years of his Life in Bristol and Leamington. During this period he published a work entitled Outlines of Theology, in 3 vols. He died Aug. 26, 1862. See' (Lond.) Baptist Handbook, 1863, p. 113. (J. C. S.)

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