Alexander Clark

CLARK, Alexander. b. near Steubenville, Ohio, 10 March 1834; d. Atlanta, Georgia, 6 July 1879. Clark was a Methodist Episcopal Church minister. He was at some time at Union Chapel, Cincinnati, Ohio. He is referred to as ‘DD’ in Sacred Songs and Solos, in which two of his hymns appeared: Heavenly Father, bless me now* Make room for Jesus! room, sad heart! He edited The Methodist Reporter, published in Pittsburgh, from 1870 to 1879. Among his several books were The Old Log School House; furnitured with incidents from school life, notes of travel, poetry, hints to teachers and pupils, and miscellaneous sketches (Philadelphia, 1861), The Gospel in the Trees: with opinions of common...

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