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Edward Edwards (1812–1886)

Edwards, Edward. An English librarian and writer on library lore; born in London (?), 1812; died at Niton, Isle of Wight, Feb. 10, 1886. In the ‘Memoirs of Libraries’ (1859), ‘Lives of the Founders of the British Museum’ (1870), and ‘Sir Walter Raleigh’ (1885), the latter an experiment in biography, his mastery of his subjects is authoritative.