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Henry William Herbert (1807–1858)

Herbert, Henry William [“Frank Forester”]. An American miscellaneous writer; born in London, England, April 7, 1807; died in New York City, May 17, 1858. He graduated from Oxford, and came to this country in 1830, rising to eminence as a writer and scholar of decided versatility. His works include: ‘Cromwell’; ‘Marmaduke Nyvil’; ‘The Puritans of New England’; ‘The Fronde’; ‘Sherwood Forest’; and other historical novels. His histories comprise ‘Captains of the Old World’; ‘Cavaliers of England’; ‘Captains of the Great Roman Republic’; etc. Over the pseudonym “Frank Forester” he published: ‘Field Sports of the United States and British Provinces’; ‘Frank Forester and his Friends’; ‘Manual for Young Sportsmen’; etc.