Russell, William Clark (b. 1844)

Russell, William Clark, a popular writer of nautical novels, born in New York; gained his experience of sea life during eight years' service as a sailor; was a journalist on the staff of the Daily Chronicle before, in 1887, he took to writing novels, which include “John Holdsworth,” “The Wreck of the 'Grosvenor,'” &c.; (b. 1844).

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

Russell, William, Lord * Russell, Sir William Howard
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