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George Edward Rice (1822–1861)

Rice, George Edward. An American verse-writer; born in Boston, July 10, 1822; died at Roxbury, MA, Aug. 10, 1861 or 1863. His publications include: ‘An Old Play in a New Garb’ (1852), a fanciful adaptation of ‘Hamlet’; ‘Ephemera’ (1852), poems, written in conjunction with John Howard Wainwright; ‘Myrtilla: A Fairy Extravaganza’ (1853); ‘Blondel: A Historic Fancy’ (1854); and ‘Nugamenta’ (1859), a book of verse.