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Henry Harland (1861–1905)

Harland, Henry [“Sidney Luska”]. An American novelist; born at St. Petersburg, 1861; died at London, Dec. 19, 1905. He is author of: ‘As It was Written’ (1885), a musician’s story; ‘Mrs. Peixada’ (1886); ‘The Land of Love’ (1887); ‘My Uncle Florimond’ (1888); ‘The Yoke of the Thorah’ (1887); ‘Mr. Sonnenschein’s Inheritance’ (1888); ‘A Latin Quarter Courtship’; ‘The Cardinal’s Snuff Box.’