The New International Encyclopædia/Smalley, George Washburn
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Smalley, George Washburn
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SMAL'LEY, George Washburn (1833—). An American journalist, born at Franklin, Mass. He was graduated at Yale (1853), studied law at Harvard, practiced in Boston, became war correspondent of the New York Tribune (1861), and in 1863 was admitted to the editorial staff of that journal. He reported the Austro-Prussian War (1866), and after 1867 represented the Tribune in London, particularly distinguishing himself at the time of the Franco-German War, and at the death of William I. of Germany (1888). In 1895 he returned to America as correspondent of the London Times. He published London Letters and Some Others (1890), and Studies of Men (1895).