See also:born at
See also:Cork on the 16th of
See also:January 1800 . He was educated at Trinity
See also:Dublin, where he was one of the founders of the Dublin
See also:Historical Society . In . 1828 he `settled in
See also:London, where he edited a weekly paper, the
See also:Atlas, and until 1841 was engaged in journalism, and afterwards in
See also:work . He died on the 12th of
See also:April 1867 . His most important work is his annotated edition of the
See also:English Poets (24 vols., 1854-i857; new ed., 29 vols., 1866), the
See also:works of each poet being prefaced by a memoir . For
See also:Lard ner's,
See also:Cabinet Cyclopaedia he wrote:
See also:History of Russia (3 vols., 1836-1838); Lives of English Poets (2 vols., 1839); a continuation, with W .
See also:Wallace, of
See also:Mackintosh's History of England (vols. iv.-x., 1830-1840); and the fifth
See also:volume (1840) of the Lives of the
See also:British Admirals, begun by R .
See also:Southey . He was a director of the Royal Literary Fund, and well known for his open-hearted generosity to
See also:fellow men of letters .
JOHN BELL (1797-1869)
SIR CHARLES BELL (1774—1842)
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