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Thomas Wemyss Reid (1842–1905)

Reid, Thomas Wemyss. An English journalist; born at Newcastle on Tyne in 1842; died in 1905. He contributed largely to English reviews and magazines, and published: ‘Cabinet Portraits: Sketches of Leading Statesmen of Both Parties’ (1872); ‘Charlotte Brontë: A Monograph’ (1877); ‘Politicians of To-day’ (1879); ‘The Land of the Bey’ (1882); ‘Gabrielle Stuart’ (1883); ‘A Memoir of John Deakin Heaton’ (1883); ‘Gladys Fane: A Story of Two Lives’; ‘Mauleverer’s Millions’; ‘Life of William Edward Forster’; ‘Life of William Black.’