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William Henry Bishop (1847–1928)

Bishop, William Henry. An American novelist; born in Hartford, CT, Jan. 7, 1847; died in 1928. He is the author of several novels, including: ‘Detmold’ (1879); ‘The House of a Merchant Prince’ (1882); ‘A Pound of Cure: A Story of Monte Carlo’ (1894); ‘Old Mexico and her Lost Provinces’ (1884); ‘Fish and Men in the Maine Islands’; ‘A House-Hunter in Europe’; ‘Writing to Russia,’ a story; ‘The Golden Justice’; ‘Choy Susan, and Other Stories’; ‘The Brown-Stone Boy and Other Queer People’; and ‘The Yellow Snake’ (1902).