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Edmund Yates (1831–1894)

Yates, Edmund. An English journalist and novelist; born at Edinburgh, 1831; died on London, May 20, 1894. He was a contributor to All the Year Round for several years, and from 1874 till his death conducted the London society journal, The World. He wrote: ‘My Haunts and their Frequenters’ (1854); ‘Black Sheep’ (1867); ‘Wrecked in Port’ (1869); ‘Dr. Wainwright’s Patient’ (1871); ‘The Yellow Flag’ (1873); ‘Personal Reminiscences and Experiences’ (2 vols., 1884).