Clason, Patrick, Dd

Clason, Patrick, D.D., a Scotch clergyman, was born at Dalziel; licensed to preach in 1813; presented to the living at Carmunnock in 1814; ordained in 1815; resigned in 1821; transferred to St. Cuthbert's Chapel-of-Ease, Edinburgh, in 1824; and joined the Free Secession in 1843. At the first meeting of the Free General Assembly he was chosen joint-clerk, and moderator of the Free Assembly in 1848. He published, Considerations of St. Cuthbert's Chapel-- of-Ease (1833) :--Strictures on the Statement of the Central Board of Scottish Dissenters; Two Letters (Edinburgh, 1 835): Speech in the Presbytery of Edinburgh in 1839; and three single Sermons. There is no further record of him. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticance, i, 128; ii, 59.

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