See also:Frank Forester "1 (1807-1858),
See also:English novelist and writer on
See also:sport, son of the Hon. and Rev .
See also:Herbert, dean of Manchester, a son of the first
See also:earl of Carnarvon, was
See also:born in
See also:London on the 3rd of
See also:April 1807 . He was educated at
See also:Eton and at Caius
See also:College, Cambridge, where he graduated B.A. in 1830 . Having become involved in
See also:debt, he emigrated to
See also:America, and from 1831 to 1839 was teacher of Greek in a private school in New
See also:York . In 1833 he started the
See also:American Monthly
See also:Magazine, which he edited, in conjunction with A . D . Patterson, till 1835 . In 1834 he published his first novel, The
See also:Brothers: a
See also:Tale of the
See also:Fronde, which was followed by a number of others which obtained a certain degree of popularity . He also wrote a series of
See also:historical studies, including The Cavaliers of England (1852), The Knights of England, France and Scotland (1852), The Chevaliers of France (1853), and The Captains of the Old
See also:World (1851); but he is best known for his
See also:works on sport, published under the pseudonym of " Frank Forester." These include The
See also:Field Sports of the
See also:United States and
See also:British Provinces (1849), Frank Forester and his Friends (1849), The
See also:Fish and Fishing of the United States (1850), The
See also:Young Sportsman's
See also:Manual (1852), and The
See also:Horse and
See also:Horsemanship in the United States and British Provinces of
See also:North America (1858) . He also translated many of the novels of
See also:Eugene Sue and Alexandre
See also:Dumas . Herbert was a man of varied accomplishments, but of somewhat dissipated habits . He died by his own
See also:hand in New York on the 17th of May 1858 .
GEORGE HERBERT (1593-1633)
SIR THOMAS HERBERT (1606-1682)
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