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Frederick William Shelton (1814–1881)

Shelton, Frederick William. An American clergyman, and humorous and satirical writer; born in Jamaica, NY, 1814; died at Carthage Landing, NY, June 20, 1881. His publications include: ‘The Trollopiad, or Traveling Gentleman in America,’ a satirical poem (1837); ‘Salander and the Dragon,’ a romance (1851); ‘Up the River,’ a series of rural sketches on the Hudson (1853); ‘Peeps from a Belfry; or, Parish Sketch-Book’ (1855); ‘Use and Abuse of Reason’; ‘The Gold Mania’; etc.