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 Clarke, Mrs. Mary Cowden,Clayden, Peter William 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Clarke, Samuel, D.D.
(b. Norwich, October 11th, 1675; d. May 17th, 1729). “Sermons” (including those on “The Being and Attributes of God” and “The Evidences of Natural and Revealed Religion”); “A Paraphrase of the Four Evangelists,” “Three Practical Essays on Baptism, Confirmation, and Repentance,” “An Exposition on the Church Catechism,” “A Letter on the Immortality of the Soul,” “Reflections on Toland’s ‘Amyntor,’” “The Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity,” “Several Tracts Relating to the Subject of the Trinity,” “Papers on the Princíples of Natural Philosophy and Religion,” “A Letter on Velocity and Force in Bodies in Motion.” all included in the collected edition of Clarke’s “Works,” published in 1738 under the editorship of Benjamin Hoadley, Bishop of Winchester. See the “Lives” by Hoadley and by Whiston (1748)   1

 Clarke, Mrs. Mary Cowden,Clayden, Peter William 


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