Sir Andrew Clarke (Lieutenant-General) (b. 27 July 1824, Southsea, Hampshire, England – d. 29 March 1902, Bath, England) was the second Governor of the Straits Settlements, serving between 4 November 1873 to 7 May 1875. Sir Andrew Clarke was known for signing the famous Pangkor Treaty in 1874, which established British indirect rule over the Malayan States. In that same year, he successfully enforced a check on the abuse of coolies with the support of the Chinese and European merchants. Clarke Quay is named after him.