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

James Roberts Gilmore (1822–1903)

Gilmore, James Roberts [“Edmund Kirke”]. An American miscellaneous prose-writer; born in Boston, Sept. 10, 1822; died on Nov. 16, 1903. He wrote: ‘Among the Pines’; ‘My Southern Friends’; ‘Down in Tennessee’; ‘Life of Garfield’; ‘Among the Guerillas’; ‘Adrift in Dixie’; ‘On the Border’; ‘Patriot Boys’; ‘The Rear-Guard of the Revolution’; ‘John Sevier as a Commonwealth Builder’; ‘The Advance-Guard of Western Civilization’; etc.