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1873 ; The Connectioii of the Lan- guages of India and Africa" j " Pre- historic Comparative Philology," 1875; "The Khita and Khita- Peruvian Epoch," 1877; "The Mediterranean Populations from Autonomous Coins/' 1882. He first identified the Khita or Hamath inscriptions, on which he has pub- lished several essays. He is a member of numerous learned so- cieties, and has received many honours from foreign governments.

CLABKE, James Fkesman, D.D., bom at Hanover, New Hampshire, April 4, 1810. A.B. (Harvard), 1829. He ipraduated from the Cam- bridge Divmity School in 1833, and had charge of a Unitarian Church at Louisville, Kentucky, from 1833 to 1841. In 1841 he became pastor of the Church of the Disciples, Boston, which position he still re- tains. Besides numerous contribu- tions to periodical literature, he has translated De Wette's " Theodore," 18^10 J and has published " Service and Hymn Book for the Church of the Disciples," 184i; "Life and Military Services of Gen. William Hull," 1848; "Eleven Weeks in Europe," 1851 ; " Christian Doc- trine of Forgiveness," 1852 ; in con- nection with Channing and Emer- son, "Life of Margaret Fuller Ossoli," 1852; "Christian Doctrine of Prayer," 1854 ; " The Hour which Cometh and Now is," 1862 ; " Ortho- doxy," 1866; "Steps of BeUef," 1870 ; " The Ten Great Religions of the World," 1870 ; " Common Sense in Religion," 1873 ; " Exotics," 1874 ; "Go Up Higher," 1877; "How to Find the Stars," 1878; "Memorial and Bio^phical Sketches," 1878 ; " Essentials and Non-Essentials in Religion," 1878; "Self-Culture," 1880; "Legend of Thomas Didy- mus," 1881 ; ■ and " Events and Epochs in Religious History," 1881.

CLARKE, Thb Rbv. John Ebs- KiNE, M.A., born in 1827, was edu- cated at Wadham College, Oxford, where he graduated B.A. in 1850, and proceeded M.A. in 1853. He

was ordained in 1851 by Bishop Longley, of Ripon, and having held the curacy of St. Mary's Low Har- rogate, and afterwards that of St. Mary's Lichfield, each for two years, he was appointed vicar of St. Mi- chael's, Derby, in 1856. In 1868 he resigned the vicarage of St. Mi- chael's, and tmdertook the care of a new church, St. Andrew's Lit- church, in a suburb of Derby, which church was an offshoot &om St. Michael's, and was chiefly built at great cost by the shareholders of the Midland Railway Company. In. 1869 he was appointed a prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral, but resigned his stall in 1872 on being appointed vicar of Battersea. He became an Honorary Canon of Winchester in 1875, and was elected Proctor for the clergy of the archdeaconries of Southwark and Kingston on the re- arrangement of the diocese of Rochester. He is the editor of The Parish Magazine, from 1859 ; Church BelU, from 1871 ; Chatterbox, from 1867; The Children's Prize, from 1863 ; Charch Folks' Home Magazine, from 1880 ; and the author of "Plain Papers on the Social Economy of the People," "Common Life Ser- mons," "Heart Music: a Poetry Book for Working People : " and "Hearty Staves: a Song-book for Workmen."

CLARKE, John S., comedian, bom in Maryland, U.S., in 1835, began his first regular engage- ment at the Old Chesnut Thea&, Philadelphia, as Soto, in "She Would and She Would Not," Aug. 28, 1852. In the following January he became the leading comedian in that theatre, where he remained till 1854, when he appeared at Balti- more as first comedian of the Front Street Theatre. In 1855 he became a member of the Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia, where he was the leading comedian until 1858, when he becamejoint lessee and manager with Mr. WiUiam Wheatley, making occasional " starring " visits to the Southern cities. Having retired