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Bayle St. John (1822–1859)

St. John, Bayle. An English miscellaneous writer, son of James A.; born at London, Aug. 19, 1822; died on Aug. 1, 1859. Among his works are: ‘Eccentric Love: A Novel’ (1845); ‘Adventures in the Libyan Desert’ (1849); ‘Views of the Oasis of Siwah’ (1850); ‘Purple Tints of Paris’ (1854); ‘Travels of an Arab Merchant in Soudan’ (1854); ‘The Sub-Alpine Kingdom’ (1856); ‘Martineto: A Story of Adventure’ (1856); ‘Legends of the Christian East’ (1856).