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Gabriel Ferry (1809–1852)

Ferry, Gabriel (fe-rē’), the Elder, pseudonym of Eugène Louis Gabriel Ferry de Bellemare. A French story-teller (1809–52). His stories appeared first serially in the Revue des Deux Mondes. He made repeated voyages to America: in his last voyage, to California, he lost his life in the burning at sea of the ship Amazon. Among his tales are: ‘The Woodranger’; ‘Hunting with Cossacks’; ‘Costal the Indian’; ‘Scenes of Military Life in Mexico’; ‘The Squatters.’