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Bryan Waller Procter (Barry Cornwall) (1787–1874)

Procter, Bryan Waller [“Barry Cornwall”]. An English poet and man of letters; born at Leeds, Nov. 21, 1787; died at London, Oct. 4, 1874. He wrote: ‘Dramatic Scenes and Other Poems’ (1819); ‘A Sicilian Story’ (1820); ‘Mirandola,’ a tragedy (1821); ‘The Flood of Thessaly’ (1823); ‘English Songs’ (1832). His chief prose writings are: ‘Life of Edmund Kean’ (1835); ‘Essays and Tales’ (1851); ‘Charles Lamb: a Memoir’ (1866). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).