\kˈɪnɐhˌan kˈɔːnwəlˌiz], \kˈɪnɐhˌan kˈɔːnwəlˌiz], \k_ˈɪ_n_ɐ_h_ˌa_n k_ˈɔː_n_w_ə_l_ˌi_z]\
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An English-American journalist, novelist, etc.; born in England, 1839. He came to America about 1860. He has written: "Yarra Yarra. or the Wandering Aborigine" (5th ed. 1855), in verse; "Howard Plunkett" (1857); "My Life and Adventures" (1860); "Pilgrims of Fashion" (1862); "The Gold Room and the New York Stock Exchange" (1879); "The War for the Union" (1899).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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