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William Elliott (1788–1863)

Elliott, William. A miscellaneous writer; born in Beaufort, NC, April 27, 1788, died there, Feb. 1863. He was educated at Yale; devoted himself mainly to agriculture and rural sports. His contributions to the Southern Review were numerous. His published works include an ‘Address before the St. Paul’s Agricultural Society’ (1850); ‘Fiesco,’ a tragedy (1850); and ‘Carolina Sports by Land and Water’ (1856).