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William James Stillman (1828–1901)

Stillman, William James. An American essayist; born at Schenectady, NY, June 1, 1828; died at Trinity Green, Surrey, England, July 6, 1901. He was for many years a correspondent of the London Times and the New York Evening Post, and was especially conversant with the affairs of Greece; he was consul-general to Crete, 1865–69. He wrote: ‘The Acropolis of Athens’ (1870); ‘The Cretan Insurrection’ (1874); ‘Herzegovina and the Late Uprising’ (1877); ‘On the Track of Ulysses’ (1887). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).