Initials and Pseudonyms; A Dictionary of Literary Disguises Volume 2

Initials and Pseudonyms; A Dictionary of Literary Disguises Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ... use of granite. By... In the "Cornish Mag.," 1828, pp. 10711. Zethar. Francis Harcey. The autobiography of... Natal, 1808. Zoflm, Migdol. Israel Pick. 1855, '50. Zoophilus. Edward Blyth. His signature in " Land and Water," and in the "Field." INITIALS AM). PSEUDONYMS. Part II. Abbe, Cleveland, 1838-. The Director. An American meteorologist; b. in New York City; educ. at the New York Free Acad.; director of the Cincinnati observatory, 1867-71; in the United States Signal Service at Washington since 1871. Abbey, Edwin Austin, 1852-. The Chestnut. An American artist; b. in Philadelphia; illustrator of books and periodicals; resident chiefly in New York City; but since 1883 in London. Abbot, Ezra. E. A. See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 325. Abbott, Charles, 2d Baron Colehester, 1798-1807. A Member of Parliament. An English naval officer; educ. at Westminster School; entered the Royal Navy, 1811; admiral on the retired list, 1804. Abbott, Rev. Edward, 1841-. Uncle Paul; Channiny; lillery; Windsor. An American clergyman; b. at Farmington, Me.; Univ. of New York City, 1800; Andover Theol. Sem., 1800-62; Episcopal minister at North Cambridge, 1880-87; and for several years editor of the "Literary World." Abbott, Rev. Edwin Abbott, 1838-. A Square. See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 325. Abbott, Mrs. Sarah F. Selina. An American religious writer for the young. A Beckett, Gilbert Abbott, 1811-50. The Perambulatiny Philosopher; Sieekhead. An English comic writer; b. in London; educ. at Westminster School; wrote for the London " Times," " Morning Herald," etc.; d. at Boulogne-sur-Mer. Abel, Mrs. Peter E. Hilda. An American writer of the day, of Philadelphia. Aberncthy, John, ...show more

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  • 1236596048
  • 9781236596048