Helps, Sir Arthur

Helps, Sir Arthur, essayist and historian, born in Surrey; for a time held official posts in connection with the government of the day, and finally that of Clerk to the Privy Council, in which capacity he was brought into connection with the Queen, which led to his being appointed editor of the “Principal Speeches and Addresses of the late Prince Consort” and Her Majesty's “Leaves from a Journal of our Life in the Highlands”; he is the author of “Friends in Council,” published one series in 1847 and a second in 1859, which dealt with a variety of subjects, and was, along with “Companions of my Solitude,” very popular; he did also plays and romances as well as historical sketches (1817-1875).

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

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