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Arthur M. Binstead

(1861—1914) journalist and author


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(1861–1914) married——. Born in London and educated there in private schools, he was co-editor of the Sporting Annual, and contributed to the Sporting Times a long series of sketches as ‘Pitcher’, collected in such volumes as Pitcher in Paradise (1903). He also founded and edited Town Topics in 1912. Other works include Gal's Gossip (1899), More Gal's Gossip (1901), and Mop Fair: Some Elegant Extracts from the Private Correspondence of Lady Viola Drumcree (1905). His Collected Works were published in two volumes (1927).

From The Oxford Companion to Edwardian Fiction in Oxford Reference.

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