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Charles Wolcott Balestier (1861–1891)

Balestier, Charles Wolcott (bal-es-tēr’). An American journalist and novelist; born in Rochester, NY, Dec. 13, 1861; died in Dresden, Germany, Dec. 6, 1891. He engaged in publishing and in journalism, and was a writer of much promise. His novels include: ‘A Fair Device’ (New York, 1884); (and posthumously) ‘An Average Woman’ (1892); ‘Benefits Forgot’ (1894); and ‘Naulahka: a Story of East and West, in collaboration with Rudyard Kipling’ (1892).