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George Washington Bungay (1818–1892)

Bungay, George Washington. An American journalist and poet; born in Walsingham, England, July 22, 1818; died on July 10, 1892. He came to this country in 1827. For some time he was connected with the New York Tribune. He was employed in the Custom House from 1873 to 1877. Among his numerous poems the best known is ‘The Creed of the Bells.’ His other works include: ‘Abraham Lincoln Songster’; ‘Pen Portraits of Illustrious Abstainers’ (1881).