Rice, James (18441882)

Rice, James, novelist, born at Northampton, educated at Cambridge; designed for the law, but took to literature; owned and edited Once a Week; best known as the successful collaborateur of Walter Besant (q.v.) in such popular novels as “The Golden Butterfly,” “Ready-Money Mortiboy,” &c. (18441882).

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

Riccio, David * Rich, Edmund
Rhyl
Rhymer, Thomas the
Rhys, John
Ribbonism
Ribera, Jusepe
Ricardo, David
Ricasoli, Baron
Ricci, Lorenzo
Ricci, Matteo
Riccio, David
Rice, James
Rich, Edmund
Richard I.
Richard II.
Richard III.
Richard of Cirencester
Richards, Alfred Bate
Richardson, Sir Benjamin Ward
Richardson, Charles
Richardson, Sir John, M.D.
Richardson, Samuel