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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Henry Benjamin Wheatley (1838–1917)

Wheatley, Henry Benjamin. An English philologist and bibliographer; born at Chelsea, May 2, 1838; died in 1917. He was an official of various London literary and other societies. Besides editing a number of works, he wrote: ‘Anagrams’ (1862); ‘Round About Piccadilly and Pall Mall’ (1870); ‘Samuel Pepys and the World he Lived In’ (1880); ‘Decorative Art’ (1884); ‘How to Form a Library’ (1886); ‘How to Catalogue a Library’ (1887); ‘Literary Blunders’ (1893); ‘Historical Portraits.’