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Edward Daniel Clarke (1769–1822)

Clarke, Edward Daniel. An English traveler and descriptive writer; born at Willington, Essex, June 5, 1769; died at London, March 9, 1822. He wrote: ‘Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa’ (1810–23); and a dissertation on ‘The Tomb of Alexander’ (1805).