Clarke, W Augustus

Clarke, W. Augustus, an English Baptist minister, was ordained by a Greek bishop, but joined the Baptists, and in 1773 became pastor at Red-cross Street. In 1780 he was opposed by the papists, and had to remove to a room in Bunhill Row. He then fled to Ireland, next to America; but returned to London in 1797, and in 1799 resumed preaching in Bunhill Row, where he still was in 1801; See Gadsby, Hymn writers, p. 39; Wilson, Dissenting Churches, iv, 431.

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