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Deacon, William Frederick, 1799-1845


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  • Variants

    • Editor of a quarterly review, 1799-1845
    • Bacon, William Frederick, 1799-1845
    • Bacon, William Frederick
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1799-07-26
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1845-03-18
    • Birth Place

        London (England)
    • Death Place

        Islington (London, England)
    • Gender

        Males
    • Associated Language

        English
    • Occupation

        (itoamc) Authors
          (itoamc) Editors
            (itoamc) Journalists
              (itoamc) Poets
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          • Earlier Established Forms

            • Bacon, William Frederick
          • Sources

            • found: His Warreniana, 1824:t.p. (editor of a quarterly review)
            • found: His The exile of Erin; or, The sorrows of a bashful Irishman, 1835(name not given)
            • found: DNB(Deacon, William Frederick, 1799-1845; journalist; author; editor; poet; studied at St. Catharine Hall, Cambridge, but did not graduate; abandoned the intention of taking holy orders and began a literary career; published the poem Hacho, or the Spell of St. Wilten; editor of The Déjeuné, or Companion for the Breakfast Table; with failing health he retired to Wales; in 1823 published The Innkeeper's Album, and in 1824 his Warreniana, with Notes, Critical and Explanatory; author of November tales; worked briefly as a school assistant at Dulwich; contributor to the Sun newspaper and Blackwood's magazine; author of The Exile of Erin, or The sorrows of a bashful Irishman, 1835; at his death left behind the manuscript of the novel Annette, which was published in 1853; b. London, 26 July 1799; d. Malvern Terrace, Islington, 18 Mar. 1845, in his forty-sixth year)
            • found: Checklist of American imprints(William Frederick Bacon [sic]; author of The exile of Erin, 1835)
            • found: MWA/NAIP files, Jan. 27, 2020(access point: Deacon, William Frederick, 1799-1845; note: his surname is incorrectly given as Bacon in the Checklist of American imprints entry for his 1835 novel, The exile of Erin; this novel is sometimes incorrectly attributed to Miss (Elizabeth) Gunning, 1769-1823, who published an entirely different novel under the title The exile of Erin, London, 1808)
          • Change Notes

            • 1991-03-15: new
            • 2020-03-08: revised
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