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

Hyde Clarke (1815–1895)

Clarke, Hyde. An English writer of miscellaneous prose; born in London, 1815; died there, March 1, 1895. In diplomacy, civil engineering, and scholarship he was equally at home, his versatility being conspicuous in ‘Theory of Railway Investment’; ‘Colonization in our Indian Empire’ (1857); ‘Comparative’ Philology’ (1858); and ‘Examination of the Legend of Atlantis’ (1886). He compiled a useful abridged English Dictionary.