See also:English journalist, was
See also:born at
See also:Waterford on the 9th of May ',Soo, the son of an army officer . In 1821 he went to
See also:London, and in 1823 became a
See also:parliamentary reporter . From 1826 to 1837 he was editor of a
See also:great number and variety of public prints, and in 1839 he founded and edited The
See also:Art Journal . His exposure of the
See also:trade in bogus " Old Masters " earned for this publication a consider-able reputation .
See also:Hall resigned the editorship in 188o, and was granted a
See also:List pension " for his long and valuable services to literature and art." He died in London on the 16th of
See also:March 1889 . His wife, Anna Maria
See also:Fielding (1800-1881), became well known as Mrs S . C . Hall, for her numerous novels, sketches of Irish
See also:life, and plays . Two of the last, The Groves of
See also:Blarney and The French Refugee, were produced in London with success . She also wrote a number of
See also:children's books, and was practically interested in various London charities, several of which she helped to found .
ROBERT HALL (1764-1831)
SIR JAMES HALL (1761-1832)
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