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us: Hawks, Francis L. (Francis Lister), 1798-1866

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    • us: Hawks, F. L. (Francis Lister), 1798-1866
    • us: Protestant Episcopalian, 1798-1866
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        New Bern, N.C.
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        New York, N.Y.
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        (itoamc) Clergy
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                (itoamc) Legislators (State government)
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                Hawks, Francis Lister, 1798-1866
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              • found: His A digested index of the reported cases adjudged in the courts of North-Carolina, 1826: t.p. (Francis L. Hawks, Esq. of Hillsborough, counsellor at law)
              • found: His The monuments of Egypt, 1854: t.p. (Francis L. Hawks, D.D., LL.D)
              • found: His History of North Carolina, 1857: t.p. (Francis L. Hawks)
              • found: His A letter to the Right Rev. L. Silliman Ives, 1846: t.p. (A Protestant Episcopalian)
              • found: Fontaine, J. A tale of the Huguenots, 1838: t.p. (F.L. Hawks, D.D.; author of introduction)
              • found: Wikipedia, via WWW, Jan. 11, 2013 (Dr. Francis Lister Hawks; an American priest of the Episcopal Church; politician in North Carolina; historian; editor; author; wrote some 9 titles under the pseudonym "Uncle Philip" for the publishers Harper & Brothers for their Harper's Boy's and Girl's Library imprint series; grad. Univ. of N.C., 1815 and practiced law; rep. for New Bern in N.C. House of Commons, 1821; entered Episcopal ministry, 1827; held livings New Haven, Philadelphia, New York, New Orleans, and many other places; b. 10 June 1798, New Bern, N.C.; d. 26 Sept. 1866)
              • found: America's Historical Newspapers, via WWW, Jan. 11, 2013: New York evening post, 9-27-1866 (Doctor Francis Lister Hawks; prominent divine of the Protestant Episcopal Church; died this morning at his residence in New York, in his 69th year)
              • found: DAB (Hawks, Francis Lister (June 10, 1798-Sept. 27, 1866), Protestant Episcopal clergyman, historian; his works include a number of children's books)
              • found: Tryon, W. The cost books of Ticknor & Fields, 1949: p. 12 (Francis L. Hawks; suggested by Cushing and Sabin as the author of the Lambert Lilly series, but no proof provided; the author may also have been Samuel G. Goodrich, but the true authorship of the series is uncertain)
              • found: Weeks, S.B. A bib. of the historical lit. of N.C., 1895: p. 25 (attributes Hints on the internal improvement of North Carolina to Francis Lister Hawks)
              • notfound: Hints on the internal improvement of North Carolina, 1854: t.p. (a North Carolinian)
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              • [Cannot be positively identified as Lambert Lilly.]
              • [Cannot be positively identified as North Carolinian, author of Hints on the internal improvement of North Carolina, which some sources credit to him.]
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              • 1980-07-09: new
              • 2013-05-26: revised
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