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William Carew Hazlitt (1834–1913)

Hazlitt, William Carew. An English compiler and author, grandson of William; born Aug. 22, 1834; died in 1913. He was a lawyer, but did not follow his profession, and either wrote or edited a large body of literature on archæological and popular subjects. He is the author of ‘The History of the Venetian Republic’ (4 vols., 1860), and is the editor of the works of Henry Constable, Richard Lovelace, Robert Herrick, William Hazlitt, Charles Lamb, and others; ‘Old English Jest-Books’ (1864); ‘Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England’ (1864–66); ‘Bibliographical Collections and Notes’ (1876–82); ‘Venetian Republic: Rise, Growth, Fall’ (1900).