Author talk:Frederic Amadeus Malleson

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Name: Frederic Amadeus Malleson
Source Citation:

  • Allibone's Critical Dictionary of English Literature: A Supplement. British and American authors. Two volumes. By John Foster Kirk. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1891. (Alli SUP)

Probate[edit]

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1861-1941 > 1897 > M > p.179
MALLESON the reverend Frederick Amadeus of Broughton-in-furness, Lancashire clerk died 14 November 1897 Probate Lancaster 10 December to Lucy Sarah Malleson widow Effects £491 12s. 4d.

Death[edit]

Deaths Dec 1897
Malleson Frederic A 78 Ulverston 8e 561 http://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/information.pl?cite=dmSiocqTdJE7Z5rX2FzqSg&scan=1

Allibones Supplement[edit]

Malleson, Rev. Frederic Amadeus, M.A., graduated at Trinity College, Dublin, 1853; ordained 1853; vicar of Broughton-in-Furness since 1870. He has edited Butler's Analogy, Paley's Evidences and Horse Paulina;, Taylor's Holy Living and Dying, and Doddridge's Rise and Progress, for the "Christian Knowledge" Series, 1876-79; also Ruskin's Letters to the Clergy on the Lord's Prayer and the Church, with Essays and Comments, 1880. 1. (Trans.) The Man-Wolf, and other Tales, by Erckmann-Chatrian, Lon., 1876. Anon. 2. (Trans.) The Wonderful Travellers: containing "A Journey to the Interior of the Earth," and " Five Weeks in a Balloon," Lon., 1877, 2 parts, Svo. 3. Jesus Christ: his Life and his Work. Illust. Lon., 1880, cr. 8vo. 4. The Acts and Epistles of St. Paul. Lon., 1881, 8vo.