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1835 Princeton Nj Stampless Letter Bishop Thomas Clark ~ Sep 9 ~ Research Needed For Sale
1835 PRINCETON NJ Stampless Letter BISHOP THOMAS CLARK ~ SEP 9!Avery well-written letterby BISHOP THOMAS MARCH CLARK that is packed with good content worthy of further research!
Thomas M.Clark- Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas March Clark(July 4, 1812–September 7, 1903) was He was born atNewburyport,Mass.; graduated atYalein 1831; and was licensed to preach as aPresbyterianin 1835. He became an Episcopalian in the following year, and wasrectorof Grace Church, Boston, for seven years, afterward holding charges inPhiladelphia,Hartford, andProvidence. In 1854 he was consecrated Bishop of Rhode Island, and in 1899, on the death ofBishop John Williams, of Connecticut, became Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal church in America. HisReminiscencesappeared in 1895; among his other works areEarly Discipline and Culture(1852), andPrimary Truths of Religion(1869). He died at age 91.
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JOHN MILTON CLAPP
John Milton Clapp, the eleventh in a family of thirteen children of Judge Orris and Phebe (Blish) Clapp, of Mentor, Lake County, Ohio, was born on January 16, 1810, and entered Yale in 1828. He taught in the academy in Waterbury, Connecticut, for about a year, and then fulfilled a similar engagement in Lowell, Massachusetts. Through his intimate friend- ship with Albert More Smith Rhett, a former classmate, he then secured a position as Principal of Beaufort Col- lege, in Beaufort, South Carolina. From Beaufort he went, about 1836, to an editorial posi- tion on the Charleston Mercury, which he held with high credit for nearly all the rest of his life. During one brief interruption of his work, he was the editor of the Southern Quarterly Review in Charleston. Failing health laid him aside for some time before his death, in Charleston, after a brief final illness, on December 16, 1857, at the age of 48. He was never married.
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1835 Princeton Nj Stampless Letter Bishop Thomas Clark ~ Sep 9 ~ Research Needed: $39