Daniel Clark (New Hampshire)

Daniel Clark ( born October 24, 1809 in Stratham, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; † 2 January 1891 in Manchester, New Hampshire) was an American lawyer and politician ( Republican) of the State of New Hampshire in the U.S. Senate represented.

After attending the public schools sat Daniel Clark his education first at the Hampton Academy and Union College in Schenectady gone before he made his degree in 1834 at Dartmouth College in Hanover. He then studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1837 and practiced in connection initially in Epping, before he moved to Manchester in 1839.

1842 Clark moved first into the House of Representatives from New Hampshire one, where he remained until 1843. Other terms of office in this chamber of parliament followed in 1846 and 1854 to 1855. Finally, he was in 1857 elected to the U.S. Senate, where he succeeded the late James Bell. Clark remained there after a re-election of 27 June 1857 to his resignation on 27 July 1866. During this time he was between April 26, 1864, and the February 19, 1865 President pro tempore of the Senate. In addition, he was temporarily before the Committee on Claims.

After retiring from the Senate, Daniel Clark Judge of the Federal District Court for the District of New Hampshire. This office he held until his death in January 1891.