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Craven Langstroth Betts (1853–1941)

Betts, Craven Langstroth. An American poet and story-writer; born in St. John, New Brunswick, April 23, 1853; died in 1941. Besides translating ‘Songs from Béranger’ in the original metres, he wrote: ‘The Perfume Holder, a Persian Love Poem’; and with A. W. H. Eaton, ‘Tales of a Garrison Town’ and ‘A Garland of Sonnets.’