TIMOTHY SHAY ARTHUR
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An American author; born at Newburg, N. Y., in 1809; died at Philadelphia, Pa., March 6, 1885. In 1852 he founded Arthur's Home Magazine. He was a voluminous writer of tales of domestic life. His works are over 100 in number, and have had a large sale in England as well as in this country. His most popular work was the famous "Ten Nights in a Bar-Room". Among his other publications were: "Tales for Rich and Poor"; "Tales of Married Life"; "Lights and Shadows".
By Charles Dudley Warner
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