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George Hughes Hepworth (1833–1902)

Hepworth, George Hughes. A prominent American clergyman and journalist; born at Boston, Feb. 4, 1833; died in New York City, June 7, 1902. He was first a Unitarian, afterward a Presbyterian, minister, and finally took an editorial position on the New York Herald. He published: ‘The Whip, Hoe, and Sword’ (1864); ‘The Criminal, the Crime, the Penalty’ (1865); ‘Starboard and Port’ (1876); a book entitled ‘! ! !’; ‘Rocks and Shoals’; ‘Brown Studies’; ‘Hiram Golf’s Religion’; ‘They Met in Heaven’; etc.