(Philadelphia: Press of Harper & Brother Company, 1905). 8vo, original printed blue-green wrappers, 24 pages. Wrappers split along about a third of the spine; some fading and soiling; a very good copy. Item #11714
Clark, who appears to have been a Baptist minister in Manassas, Va., here weighs in with poems celebrating the valor of Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee, incidents of the battlefield, and criticisms of contemporary life ("Idolatry vs. I-dollar-try"). With other miscellaneous pieces, including praise for the recently-deceased Oom Paul Kruger. Irish 1132.