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Joseph Clay Neal (1807–1847)

Neal, Joseph Clay. An American journalist and humorist; born at Greenland, NH, Feb. 3, 1807; died at Philadelphia, July 18, 1847. He was editor of the Pennsylvanian from 1831 to 1844, when he founded the Saturday Gazette. His works are: ‘Charcoal Sketches’ (1837); ‘Peter Ploddy and Other Oddities’ (1844).