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Aug 20, · "Edmund Yates," in Cartoon portraits and biographical sketches of men of the day, by anonymous, illustrated by Frederick Waddy, London: Tinsley Brothers () Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain . Filed under: Yates, Edmund, -- Correspondence. Letters of George Augustus Sala to Edmund Yates (Victorian Fiction Research Guides #; ), by George Augustus Sala, ed. by Judy McKenzie (HTML and PDF with commentary at Victorian Fiction Research Guides) Filed under: Yates, Edmund, -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs.
Born in Edinburgh, Edmund Yates briefly worked as a post office clerk before finding his vocation as a journalist. His first book, My Haunts and Their Frequenters, was published in , and he often contributed to Household Words and All the Year Round, both published by Charles Dickens. His friend Marie Corelli, a popular novelist of the time, called him “a frank friend, an. Yates, Edmund, -- Bibliography. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Yates, Edmund, ; Bibliography; Filed under: Yates.
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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesCited by: Yates himself had an interesting life. The son of a theatre manager, Frederick Henry Yates, and an actress, Elizabeth Yates, it wouldn’t come as a surprise to learn that Edmund would go to have a career in the arts, namely as a novelist and rafaelrvalcarcel.com clerking at the Post Office for a while, Yates entered journalism.
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Ratings: 0. Page - Walks, but I heard my friend upon the terrace hemming twice or thrice to himself with great vigour, for he loves to clear his pipes in good air, to make use of his own phrase, and is not a little pleased with any one who takes notice of the strength which he still exerts in his morning hems.
Edmund also had a separate album of 34 Dickens letters, “Selection from the Letters of Charles Dickens to Edmund Yates, to ”. This too was sold at Sotheby’s the year after his death, bringing a higher price in fact than the much larger album. The World was a British weekly paper, published from to It was founded by Edmund Hodgson Yates (–) and E.
Grenville Murray (–) and became one of the leading society papers with investigative reports, gossip and an intimate style of journalism. Among its staff and contributors were William Archer, Wilkie Collins and Bernard Shaw. Jan 31, · YATES, EDMUND (–), novelist, and founder of ‘The World,’ the son of Frederick Henry Yates (–) [q.
v.], who married, inElizabeth Brunton [see Yates, Elizabeth], was born during a theatrical tour of his father's company at Howard Place, Calton Hill. Edmund Yates. Edmund Hodgson Yates, the only child of the well-known actors Frederick Henry Yates (–) and Elizabeth Brunton Yates (–), was born in Edinburgh on 3rd July As a child he the private house over the Adelphi Theatre, of which his father was manager from to.
Edmund Hodgson Yates (3 July – 20 May ) was a British journalist, novelist and dramatist. He was born in Edinburgh to the actor and theatre manager Frederick Henry Yates and was educated at Highgate School in London from His first career was a clerk in the General Post Office, before entering journalism, working on the Court Journal and then Daily News.A Righted Wrong.
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