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Inglis, Henry Davidlocked

(1795–1835)
  • W. C. Sydney
  • , revised by Elizabeth Baigent

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Inglis, Henry David (1795–1835), traveller and writer, the only son of a Scottish advocate, was born in Edinburgh. He was educated for commercial life, but, finding it uncongenial, turned to travel writing. As Derwent Conway, he published his first work, Tales of the Ardennes...

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R. Chambers, ed., (1832–5) [1st edn; many edns to 1875]
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