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James Clement Moffat (1811–1890)

Moffat, James Clement. An American miscellaneous writer; born in Glencree, Galloway, Scotland, May 30, 1811; died in Princeton, NJ, June 7, 1890. He contributed numerous articles to periodicals, and published: ‘A Rhyme of the North Countrie’ (1847); ‘Life of Dr. Thomas Chalmers’ (1853); ‘Song and Scenery; or, A Summer Ramble in Scotland’ (1874); ‘Church History in Brief’ (1885); ‘The Story of a Dedicated Life’ (1887).