George Clayton

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George Clayton Jr. was an otherwise unknown American writer, whose sole legacy appears to be Angelology: Remarks and Reflections Touching the Agency and Ministration of Holy Angels (New York: Henry Kernot, 1851), with original illustrations and dedicated to a departed George C. Morgan.

The book received a negative review in the Literary Gazette, revealing nothing about its author.[1]


  1. ^ The Literary gazette 1851 "Mr. Clayton's book contains some strange fancies, but we are not disposed to speak severely of one who tells the public in his preface, that "his mind is environed by an accumulation of uncontrollable evils, aggravated by the cureless ..."