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Eliot Warburton (1810–1852)

Warburton, Eliot Bartholomew George. An Irish barrister and author; born at Aughrim, County Galway, 1810; lost in the burning of the steamer Amazon, off Land’s End, Jan. 4, 1852. His works are: ‘The Crescent and the Cross; or, Romance and Reality of Eastern Travel’ (2 vols., 1844); ‘Memoirs of Prince Rupert and the Cavaliers’ (3 vols., 1849); ‘Reginald Hastings’ (3 vols., 1850), a novel of the great rebellion; ‘Memoirs of Horace Walpole and his Contemporaries’ (2 vols., 1851); ‘Darien; or, The Merchant Prince: An Historical Romance’ (3 vols., 1851); and ‘A Memoir of Charles Mordaunt, Earl of Peterborough’ (3 vols., 1853).