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Robert Shelton Mackenzie (1809–1880)

Mackenzie, Robert Shelton. An American miscellaneous writer; born at Drews Court, County Limerick, Ireland, June 22, 1809; died in Philadelphia, Nov. 30, 1880. He came to the United States in 1852. He wrote: ‘Lays of Palestine’ (1828); ‘Titian: A Venetian Art-Novel’; ‘Life of Guizot’ (1846); ‘Life of Charles Dickens’ (1870); and ‘Sir Walter Scott: The Story of his Life’ (1871). He also edited the ‘Noctes Ambrosianæ’ (5 vols., 1854).