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Richard Henry Clarke (1827–1911)

Clarke, Richard H. An American prose-writer; born in Washington, DC, July 3, 1827; died in 1911. He was made president of the Society of American Authors in 1891. ‘The New Crusade of the Nineteenth Century,’ relating to the Church and slavery, was an important article. Other works of his are: ‘Socialism in America’; ‘Biography of Commodore John Barry, Founder of the American Navy’; ‘Father Sebastian Rale’; an answer to Gladstone on ‘Maryland Toleration’; and an ‘Illustrated History of the Catholic Church in the United States’; and ‘Life of Pope Leo XIII.’