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

Herman Charles Merivale (1839–1906)

Merivale, Herman Charles. An English dramatist, novelist, and poet, son of Herman; born in London, 1839; died on Jan. 15, 1906. A lawyer for fifteen years, he withdrew from practice in 1879. He wrote the plays ‘All for Her’ (1874); ‘Forget Me Not’ (1879), etc.; the stories ‘Faucit of Balliol’ (1882) and ‘Binko’s Blues’ (1884); the volume of poems ‘The White Pilgrim’ (1883); ‘Florien’ (1884).