Clarke, John (2), Dd

Clarke, John (2), D.D., a Congregational minister, was born at Portsmouth, N. H., April 13,1755, and graduated from Harvard College in 1774.- He was ordained pastor of the First Church in Boston, as colleague of Rev. Dr. Chauncy, and for nine years the relation was sustained with mutual respect aid affection. His connection with the Church as sole pastor: continued until his sudden death, April 2, 1798. He was a faithful and learned minister of the gospel.'" He published a number of Discourses:-a work in answer to the question, "Why are you a Christian?":-Letters to a Student at College: (12mo). A volume of his Sermons and Discourses to Young Persons appeared after his death. See Mass. Hist. Collection, vi, 1-9.- (J. C. S.)

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