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Allingham, William, 1824-1889

LC control no.n 79144634
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR4004.A5
Personal name headingAllingham, William, 1824-1889
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Variant(s)Allingham, W. (William), 1824-1889
Allinghame, William, 1824-1889
W. A., 1824-1889
See alsoFor works by this author written under other names, search also under: Giraldus, 1824-1889 Walker, Patricius, 1824-1889 Pollux, D., 1824-1889
Alternate identity: Giraldus, 1824-1889
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Alternate identity: Pollex, D., 1824-1889
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Alternate identity: Walker, Patricius, 1824-1889
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Associated countryEngland Ireland Northern Ireland
LocatedRamsey (Isle of Man) Donegal (Ireland) Ballyshannon (Ireland) Coleraine (Northern Ireland) New Ross (Ireland) London (England)
Birth date1824-03-19
Death date1889-11-18
Place of birthBallyshannon (Ireland)
Place of deathHampstead (London, England)
Field of activityPoetry Editing
AffiliationPre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
Profession or occupationPoets Editors
Special notePseudonyms not found in OCLC: Eastern Hermit, One Who Loves and Honours English Poetry, P. W., Unus de Multis
Found inCampbell, T. The poetical works ...
Child, L. Correspondence between Lydia Maria Child and Gov. Wise and Mrs. Mason, of Virginia, 1860: p. 28 (William Allinghame)
Oxford dictionary of national biography, January 12, 2017 (Allingham, William; poet; b. March 19, 1824, in Ballyshannon, Ireland; d. Hampstead on November 18, 1889; associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood; lived in Donegal, Ireland; Ramsay on the Isle of Man; Coleraine; New Ross in Wexford, Ireland; and London)
Dictionary of literary pseudonyms in the English language, 2015: page 253 (Allingham, William (1824-1889); also published as Eastern Hermit; One who Loves and Honours English Poetry; P. W.; Unus de Multus; W. A. (first 6 used in Fraser's magazine); Giraldus (Nightingale valley); D. Pollex (Blackberries); Patricius Walker (Fraser's magazine and Rambles))
Associated languageeng
Invalid LCCNn 79089116