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Robert Bell

(1800—1867) journalist and writer


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(1800–1867) playwright; born in Cork, educated at TCD. He founded the Dublin Inquisitor (1821) before becoming a journalist in London (after 1828). He wrote the comedies, Marriage (1842), Mothers and Daughters (1843), and Temper (1847); and two novels, Hearts and Altars (1852) and The Ladders of Gold, an English Story (1850).

From The Concise Oxford Companion to Irish Literature in Oxford Reference.

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