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William Kennedy (1799–1871)

Kennedy, William. A Scottish writer of prose and verse; born at Dublin, 1799; died in Paris in 1871. He resided many years in Galveston, TX, serving there as British consul. He published: ‘My Early Days’ (1826); ‘The Arrow and the Rose’; with ‘Other Poems’ (1830); ‘The Rise, Progress, and Prospects of the Republic of Texas’ (2 vols., 1841).