Clark, Joseph (1), Dd

Clark, Joseph (1), D.D., a Presbyterian minister,: was born near: Elizabeth, N. J., Oct. 21,1751. In his twentieth year he began a course of study, graduated from Princeton College, and was licensed to preach by the New Brunswick Presbytery: April 23, 1783. In 1788 he accepted a call to the Presbyterian Church at Allentown, where he remained;, performing' his work faithfully and earnestly, until 1796, when he removed to New Brunswick, and remained until the close of his life, Oct. 19, 1813. See Sprague, Annals of the Amer. Pulpit: iii, 446.

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