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Theodore Sedgwick Fay (1807–1898)

Fay, Theodore Sedgwick. An American poet, story-writer, and essayist; born in New York, Feb. 10, 1807; died in Berlin, Nov. 17, 1898. He served with ability in the United States diplomatic service, and wrote: ‘Dreams and Reveries as a Quiet Man’ (1832); ‘The Countess Ida’ (1841), a tale; ‘Ulric’ (1851), a poem; ‘The Three Germanys’ (1889); ‘Great Outlines of Geography’; ‘History of Switzerland’; various volumes of verse, travel, description, etc.