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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

William Henry Rideing (1853–1918)

Rideing, William Henry. An English-American miscellaneous writer; born in Liverpool, Feb. 17, 1853, resided in New York; died in 1918. His books include: ‘Pacific Railways Illustrated’ (1878); ‘A-Saddle in the Wild West’ (1879); ‘Stray Moments with Thackeray’ (1880); ‘Boys in the Mountains’ (1882); ‘A Little Upstart’ (1885); ‘The Boyhood of Living Authors’ (1887); ‘In the Land of Lorna Doone’; ‘The Captured Cunarder’; ‘How Tyson Came Home’ (1904).