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James Hannay (1827–1873)

Hannay, James. An English novelist and essayist; born at Dumfries, Scotland, Feb. 17, 1827; died near Barcelona, Spain, Jan. 9, 1873. He was a midshipman for some years. His contributions to Edinburgh periodicals, since collected, have been widely read; and his novels ‘King Dobbs,’ ‘Singleton Fontenoy,’ and ‘Eustace Conyers,’ went through more than one edition.