Haggard, Rider (b. 1856)

Haggard, Rider, novelist, born in Norfolk; after service in a civic capacity in Natal, and in partly civil and partly military service in the Transvaal, adopted the profession of literature; first rose into popularity as author in 1885 by the publication of “King Solomon's Mines,” the promise of which was sustained in a measure by a series of subsequent novels beginning with “She” in 1887; (b. 1856).

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

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Häfiz
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Hagen
Hagenau
Hagenbach, Karl
Haggadah
Haggai
Haggard, Rider
Haggis
Hagiographa
Hague, The
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Hahnemann, Samuel
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Haileybury College
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