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Theodore Tilton (1835–1907)

Tilton, Theodore. An American journalist, verse-writer, editor, and lecturer; born in New York City, Oct. 2, 1835; died in 1907. He was long editor of the New York Independent (1856–72). Besides numerous essays and fugitive pieces, he published: ‘The Sexton’s Tale, and Other Poems’ (1867); ‘Sanctum Sanctorum; or, An Editor’s Proof Sheets’ (1869); ‘Tempest-Tossed,’ a romance (1873); ‘Thou and I’ (1880); ‘Suabian Stories’ (1882).