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Sir Henry Yule (1820–1889)

Yule, Sir Henry. An Anglo-Indian writer and scholar; born at Inveresk, Midlothian, Scotland, 1820; died in 1889. He entered the East India Company’s military school, and later was employed in India on public works; but finally retired and went to Italy. His chief books are: ‘Mission to the Court of Ava’ (1856); ‘Cathay and the Way Thither’ (1866); ‘The Book of Ser Marco Polo’ (edited: 1891); ‘The Diary of William Hedges’ (1886); etc.