Clarke, William Nash

Clarke, William Nash, an English Baptist minister, was born in London, April 21,1732. He was converted under George Whitefield, but joined the Baptists at Devonshire Square, London. He studied under Dr. S. Stennett; became pastor at Unicorn-Yard in 1761; educated several young men for the ministry; removed to Exeter in 1786, and died there, July 29, 1795. Mr. Clarke was a man of great piety and. probity, and preached against the spread of Antinomianism. He published four Sermons and Charges. See Wilson, Dissenting Churches, iv, 239.

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