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An American journalist and author; born in Virginia in 1863. He served as special correspondent for the New York Herald in the Bulgarian-Servian War, also in Macedonia, in Morocco and in Cuba. He was in the diplomatic service of the United States in Peking, Madrid, Tokio and Korea (1890-96). Among his works are: "Morocco as It is", "The Real Condition of Cuba", "The Fight for Santiago".; "The Golden Horse Shoe".
By Charles Dudley Warner
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