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Henry David Inglis (1795–1835)

Inglis, Henry David (ing’lz). An English descriptive prose-writer; born in Edinburgh, 1795; died in London, March 20, 1835. From mercantile life he drifted into literature traveling widely, and under the pseudonym of “Derwent Conway,” writing: ‘Tales of the Ardennes’ (1825), a very popular book, followed by ‘Solitary Walks through Many Lands’ (1828), ‘Rambles in the Footsteps of Don Quixote’ (1837), and similar studies.