Leland, Charles (b. 1824)

Leland, Charles, an American writer, born at Philadelphia; bred to the bar, but left law for literature, and contributed to the journals; has taken interest in and written on the industrial arts, social science, folk-lore, the gypsies, &c.; his works are numerous, and of a humorous or burlesque character, and include “The Poetry and Mystery of Dreams,” “The Legends of Birds,” “Hans Breitmann's Ballads,” &c.; (b. 1824).

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

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