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Thomas Starr King (1824–1864)

King, Thomas Starr. An American essayist; born in New York, Dec. 17, 1824; died in San Francisco, March 4, 1864. He was a Unitarian clergyman and a popular lecturer, and wrote: ‘The White Hills: their Legends, Landscape, and Poetry’ (1859); ‘Patriotism and Other Papers’ (1864).