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    Bliss, Henry (male) 1797 - 07/31/1873 Canadian King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia

    Author, lawyer, and provincial agent; went to England in 1824; admitted to English Bar and served as Queen's Counsel; wrote pamphlets on colonial questions; wrote verse plays State trials (1838); Cicero; a drama (1846); Philip the second; a tragedy (1849) and others under the pseudonym Nicholas Thirning Moile. See Boase I: 313, Dictionary of Canadian Biography,

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