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Charles Kent (1823–1902)

Kent, William Charles Mark. An English miscellaneous writer; born in London, 1823; died in 1902. His poem ‘Aletheia, or the Condemnation of Mythology’ (1850) was praised by Lamartine. Among his prose works may be mentioned ‘The Vision of Cagliostro’ (1863). ‘The Derby Ministry,’ under the pseudonym “Mark Rochester” and ‘The Gladstone Government,’ under that of “A Templar,” consisted of sketches of prominent political personages.