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George Henry Calvert (1803–1889)

Calvert, George Henry. An American writer of prose and verse; born in Baltimore, MD, Jan. 2, 1803; died in Newport, RI, May 24, 1889. He was a great grandson of Lord Baltimore. After graduating at Harvard (1823), he studied in Germany; then returning to Baltimore, became editor of the American, and a contributor to various periodicals. His published books include: ‘Poems’ (1847); ‘Joan of Arc’ (1860); ‘Goethe, his Life and Works’ (1872); ‘Brief Essays and Brevities’ (1874); and ‘Wordsworth: a Biographic Æsthetic Study’ (1875).