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Stanley John Weyman (1855–1928)

Weyman, Stanley John (wī’man). An English novelist; born at Ludlow, Shropshire, Aug. 7, 1855; died in 1928. He was classical instructor in the King’s School, Chester, and a member of the bar. He published the romances: ‘The House of the Wolf’ (1890); ‘Francis Cludde’ (1891); ‘The New Rector’ (1891); ‘A Gentleman of France’ (1893); ‘Under the Red Robe’ (1894); ‘My Lady Rotha’ (1894); ‘Count Hannibal’; ‘The Long Night’; ‘The Abbess of Vlaye’ (1904); ‘Starvecrow Farm’ (1905); ‘Chippinge’ (1906); ‘Laid up in Lavender’ (1907); ‘The Wild Geese’ (1909).