adams, francis william lauderdale



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adams, francis william lauderdale - Adams, francis william lauderdale (1862-93);
adams, francis william lauderdale - British revolutionary poet. Son of Professor Leith Adams, a Scottish scientist and army surgeon, he was born in Malta, Sept. 27, 1862, and spent his brief, unhappy life in England, Canada, and Australia, beset by physical infirmity and poverty. He was on the staff of The Sydney Bulletin, in which many of his verses appeared. He died at Margate, Sept. 4, 1893. Among his works are Henry and other Tales; a Volume of Poems, 1884; Australian Essays, 1886; Poetical Works, 1886: Songs of the Army of the Night, 1888.

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