Forster, John (18121876)

Forster, John, a noted English writer, born at Newcastle; was educated for the bar, but took to journalism, and soon made his mark as a political writer in the Examiner; he subsequently edited the Foreign Quarterly Review, the Daily News (succeeding Dickens), and the Examiner (1847-56); he was the author of several historical sketches, but his best-known works are the admirable biographies of Goldsmith, Landor, and Dickens (18121876).

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

Forster, Johann Reinhold * Forster, William Edward
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Forrest, Edwin
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Förster, Ernst
Förster, Friedrich Christoph
Forster, Johann George Adam
Forster, Johann Reinhold
Forster, John
Forster, William Edward
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Fortescue, Sir John
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