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George William Bagby (1828–1883)

Bagby, George William. An American physician, journalist, and humorist; born in Buckingham County, VA, Aug. 14, 1828; died at Richmond, VA, Nov. 29, 1883. He wrote under the pseudonym “Mozis Addums.” He was editor of the Lynchburg Express (1853) and Southern Literary Messenger (1859), State Librarian of Virginia (1870–78), and contributor to various magazines. He wrote: ‘John M. Daniel’s Latch-Key’ (1868); ‘What I Did with My Fifty Millions’ (1875); ‘Meekins’s Twinses’ (1877).