Doyle, Dr. Conan (b. 1859)

Doyle, Dr. Conan, novelist, nephew of Richard and grandson of John, born in Edinburgh; studied and practised medicine, but gave it up after a time for literature, in which he had already achieved no small success; several of his productions have attracted universal attention, especially his “Adventures” and his “Memoir of Sherlock Holmes”; wrote a short play “A Story of Waterloo,” produced with success by Sir Henry Irving; (b. 1859).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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