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An Account of the Life of Adam Clarke

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   Introduction - Written By One [Adam Clarke Himself] Who Was Intimately Acquainted With Him From His Boyhood To The Sixtieth Year Of His Age Edited By The Rev.
   Preface - There are some circumstances respecting the succeeding Memoirs which require explanation, and others which need statement. "If these Memoirs were writ
   Book 1 - Man may be considered as having a twofold origin -- natural, which is common and the same to all -- patronymic, which belongs to the various families
   Book 2 - I come now to the most important part of A. C.'s life; that in which he began to perceive the importance of pure and undefiled Religion: and in which
   Book 3 - We have seen, from the preceding statement, that young Clarke had already frequently given public exhortations in different country places -- but in n
   Book 4 - BRADFORD (WILTS) CIRCUIT, 1782-3 This circuit extended into three counties, Wilts, Somerset, and Dorset, and contained at that time the following p

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