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Basil King (1859–1928)

King, [William] Basil. An American Episcopal clergyman and author; born in Charlottetown, Canada, Feb. 26, 1859; died in 1928. He wrote: ‘The Daily Song’; ‘Thoughts on the Offices for Morning and Evening Prayer’; ‘Griselda’; ‘The Giant’s Strength’ (1907); ‘Inner Shrine’ (1909); ‘Wild Olive’ (1910); ‘Street Called Straight’ (1912); ‘The Way Home’ (1913).