spices have most commonly been conducted.
Mr. Clark was descended from a family which in all its faithful friend of all my advancing years.
Dr. Clark published three excellent sermons On the Natwere a collection of detached aphorisms; and Dr. Clark has sometimes committed it, but not, perhapsfor health in a warmer climate, he entrusted Mr. Clark, at the early age of twenty-three, with the rmanently to supply his place, they rejected Mr. Clark, and appointed a successor of much more rigiticular system or creed.
In the year 1757 Mr. Clark quitted the academy on being invited to beco of his friend Dr. Aikin.
However competent Mr. Clark might have been, his refusal could hardly beilent, considering that God hath done it.
Mr. Clark, it is believed, published nothing, except aofessor James Robertson of Edinburgh, and Mr. Samuel Clark, the subject of the preceding article, ob the death of Dr. Taylor, and the refusal of Mr. Clark, Mr. Aikin was unanimously chosen to fill th[11 more...]