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John Edward Jenkins (1838–1910)

Jenkins, Edward. An English political pamphleteer; born in Bangalore, India, 1838, and educated at McGill University, Canada, and the University of Pennsylvania; died at London, June 1910. He wrote on social and political questions in satirical vein; his ‘Ginx’s Baby’ (1870), ‘Lord Bantam,’ ‘Little Hodge,’ and other efforts, have had great currency.