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John Fellows (1760–1844)

Fellows, John. An American prose-writer; born in Sheffield, MA, in 1760; died in New York City, Jan. 3, 1844. His publications include ‘The Veil Removed’ (1843); ‘Exposition of the Mysteries or Religious Dogmas and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians, Pythagoreans, and Druids’; ‘Mysteries of Free-Masonry’; and a work on the authorship of the Junius Letters.