Account book, 1769-1812.
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Benjamin Clarke was a brazier in Boston, Ma. Born on Jan 1, 1730, he was the son of Benjamin and Miriam (Kilby) Clarke. He graduated from Harvard in 1750 and settled in Boston. He served as a constable and later, clerk of the market. Clarke was a prosperous businessman. Although described as a merchant, he specialized in brasses. In 1764, he was a member of the Society for Encouraging Trade and Commerce; in 1768, he signed the merchants' non-importation agreement, and the next year he signed the...