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Ernest Charles Jones (1819–1869)

Jones, Ernest Charles. An English poet, novelist, and agitator; born in Berlin, Jan. 25, 1819; died at Manchester, Jan. 26, 1868. He became a leader in the Chartist agitation, to which he sacrificed a large fortune. His prose and poetry were inspired by his political opinions; ‘The Lass and the Lady’ (1854) and ‘Lord Lindsay’ being his best fictions, and ‘The Battle Day and Other Poems’ (1855) containing his most popular songs.