A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature/Heraud, John Abraham
Heraud, John Abraham (1799-1887). -- Poet, b. in London, of Huguenot descent, he contributed to various periodicals, and pub. two poems, which attracted some attention, The Descent into Hell (1830), and The Judgment of the Flood (1834). He also produced a few plays, miscellaneous poems, books of travel, etc.