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Daniel Wise (1813–1898)

Wise, Daniel. An editor, Methodist clergyman, and author; born in Portsmouth, England, Jan. 10, 1813; died at Englewood, NJ, Dec. 19, 1898. He was editor of Zion’s Herald at Boston, and various Sunday-school publications, and published many works on varied subjects, mostly under the pen-names of “Francis Forrester” and “Laurence Lancewood.” Among these are: ‘Personal Effort’ (1841); ‘Life of Ulric Zwingli’ (1850); ‘My Uncle Toby’s Library’ (12 vols., 1853); ‘Vanquished Victors’ (1876); ‘Heroic Methodists’ (1882); ‘Boy Travelers in Arabia’ (1885); ‘Men of Renown’ (1886); etc.