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Thomas Adolphus Trollope (1810–1892)

Trollope, Thomas Adolphus, elder brother of Anthony; born April 29, 1810; died at Clifton, Nov. 11, 1892. He was a constant contributor to English periodicals, and was Italian correspondent of the New York Tribune. Among his many books are: ‘A Summer in Brittany’ (1840); ‘A Summer in Western France’ (1841); ‘La Beata’ (1861); ‘Marietta’ (1862); ‘Beppo the Conscript’ (1864); ‘Lindisfarn Chase’ (1864); ‘History of the Commonwealth of Florence’ (4 vols., 1865); ‘Dream Numbers’ (1868); ‘A Siren’ (1870); ‘Life of Pius IX.’ (1877); ‘Sketches from French History’ (1878); ‘What I Remember’ (1887–89).