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Samuel Warren (1807–1877)

Warren, Samuel. An English novelist; born in Wales, 1807; died in London, 1877. He was by profession a lawyer. He contributed to Blackwood’s the story ‘Blucher’ when he was in his seventeenth year. His later works include: ‘Passages from the Diary of a Late Physician’ (1830–31); ‘Ten Thousand a Year’ (1839); ‘Now and Then’ (1847); ‘Miscellanies’ (1854). He wrote several legal works, and also an attack on the Catholic Church, entitled ‘The Queen and the Pope’ (1850).