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date: 11 August 2020

Horne, Richard Henry (later restyled Hengist) (1805–84), after an adventurous youth, became a prolific poet, journalist, author, and familiar figure in literary circles. 

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Oxford Reader's Companion to Dickens
Author(s):
Philip CollinsPhilip Collins

For the Children's Employment Commission in 1841 he wrote a notable report, which Dickens admired. In 1843 he published his ...

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