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Michael George Mulhall (1836–1900)

Mulhall, Michael George. A British statistician; born at Dublin, Sept. 29, 1836; died in London, Dec. 13, 1900. Having removed to South America, he founded the Buenos Ayres Standard (1861), the first English daily paper printed in South America. He published: ‘Handbook of the River Plata’ (5th ed. 1885), translated into Spanish; ‘Progress of the World’ (1880); ‘Dictionary of Statistics’ (new ed. 1892); etc. His wife, Mrs. Marion Mulhall, published ‘Between the Amazon and the Andes’ (1883).