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    Bannister, Saxe (male) 06/27/1790 - 09/16/1877 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Soldier and barrister; attorney general of New South Wales; wrote Records of British Enterprise beyond the sea (1849), Classical and prehistoric influences upon British history (1871), and other works. See Boase I: 154, ODNB.

    Bigg, John Stanyan (male) 07/14/1828 - 05/25/1865 English

    Editor and proprietor of Ulverston Advertiser; editor of the Downshire Protestant; wrote The Sea King, a metrical romance (1848), Night and the Soul, a dramatic poem (1854), other works. See Boase I: 274, ODNB.

    Browne, Charles Thomas (male) 1825 - 1868 English Trinity College, Dublin

    Born in Somerset, a barrister (Inner Temple) and journalist, died in Basingstoke. See Boase I:443 and Royal Literary Fund case 1759.

    Cupples, George (male) 08/02/1822 - 10/17/1891 Scottish University of Edinburgh

    Wrote sea stories and other works for Blackwood's, Chamber's Edinburgh Journal, Fraser's Magazine, Eliza Cook's Journal, Eclectic Review, and other periodicals; published almost 30 books. See Boase IV: 826-7.

    Grant, Alexander Henley (male) 1830 Scottish University of Edinburgh

    Wrote The Literature and Curiosities of Dreams (1865), The Church Seasons (1869); barrister; still living in 1907. Sometimes used the pseudonym Frank Seafield.

    Hewlett, Rev. John Grigg (male) 1801 - 1875 English Univ. Hesse Casssel Congregational minister. Information from Jeff Disson, Ontario, Canada, Hewlett's great greatgrandson.

    Hoppus, John (male) 1789 - 01/29/1875 English University of Edinburgh; University of Glasgow

    Philosopher and Independent minister; professor at London University; wrote Sketches on the Continent in 1835 (1836), The Crisis of popular education (1847), and many other books. See http://www.unitarianhistory.org.uk/ministerobit18004.html, Boase I: 1536, ODNB.

    Meteyard, Eliza (female) 06/21/1816 - 04/04/1879 English

    Contributed social articles and fiction to Eliza Cook's Journal, People's Journal, Tait's Magazine, other periodicals; wrote children's books and novels; wrote biography of Josiah Wedgwood. (Note that Meteyard gave her date of birth in RLF applications as 1822.) See Boase II: 858, ODNB.

    Mullens, Rev. Joseph (male) 09/02/1820 - 07/10/1879 English

    Congregational minister and missionary; Secretary of London Missionary Society; spent time in India and Africa; wrote Missions in South India visited and described (1854), Twelve months in Madagascar (1874), other works. See Boase II: 1022, ODNB.

    Price, Thomas (male) unknown

    Pringle, Hall (male) 1810 - 1886 English

    Journalist; magistrate in Jamaica.

    Stowell, William (male) 1825 - 1877 English

    Dissenting cleric; son of William Hendry Stowell. RLF case 1588.

    Thornbury, George Walter (male) 11/13/1828 - 06/11/1876 English

    Wrote for the press at Bristol; contributed to the Athenaeum, Household Words, and All the Year Round; wrote Life in Spain (1859), British Artists from Hogarth to Turner (1861), other books. See Boase III: 957, ODNB.

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