The New Student's Reference Work/Napier, William Francis Patrick

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Napier, William Francis Patrick, K. C. P., brother of Sir Charles, was born near Dublin, Dec. 17, 1785. He served in the Peninsular campaign and retired as a lieutenant-general. He also wrote a famous History of the War in the Peninsula, The Conquest of Scinde and the Life of Sir Charles Napier. He died at Clapham, London, Feb. 10, 1860. See his Life and Letters, edited by Bruce.