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Bartley Campbell (1843–1888)

Campbell, Bartley. An American dramatist; born in Allegheny City, PA, Aug. 12, 1843; died in Middletown, NY, July 30, 1888. He established the Evening Mail in Pittsburgh (1868); the Southern Magazine in New Orleans (1869). His first drama that met with success in New York City was ‘My Partner,’ appearing in 1879. ‘Fairfax, or Life in the Sunny South,’ and ‘The Galley Slave,’ were on the metropolitan boards during the same season. Included in his plays are: ‘Matrimony’; ‘The White Slave’; ‘Siberia’; and ‘Paquita.’