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William Edwards Tirebuck (1854–1900)

Tirebuck, William Edwards. An English journalist, novelist, and miscellaneous writer; born in Liverpool, in 1854; died there, Jan. 22, 1900. At first connected with the Liverpool Mail and Yorkshire Post, he later devoted himself to writing novels; the most popular are: ‘Saint Margaret’ (1888); ‘Dorrie’ (1891); ‘Sweetheart Gwen’ (1893); ‘Miss Grace of All Souls’ (1895). His other writings include ‘Dante Gabriel Rossetti’ (1882), and ‘Great Minds in Art’ (1888).