Payn, James (18301899)

Payn, James, English novelist, born at Cheltenham; edited Chambers's Journal and Cornhill Magazine; his novels were numerous and of average quality, “Lost Sir Massingberd” and “By Proxy” among the most successful (18301899).

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

Paxton, Sir Joseph * Payne, John
Paulding
Pauli, Reinhold
Paulicians
Pauline
Paulinus
Paulus, Heinrich
Pausanias
Pausanias
Pavia
Paxton, Sir Joseph
Payn, James
Payne, John
Peabody, George
Peace Society
Peacock, Thomas Love
Pearson, John
Peasant War
Pechili, Gulf of
Pecksniff
Pecock, Reginald
Pedro I.