EYRE EVANS CROWE (son of David Crowe, captain in H.E.I. Co's army). b. Redbridge, Southampton 20 March 1799; ed. at Carlow and Trin. coll. Dublin; Paris correspondent of Morning Chronicle 1832-44, joined staff of Daily News 1846, editor 1849-51; author of The pleasures of Melancholy, and a Saxon tale 1819; To-day in Ireland 1825; Yesterday in Ireland 1829; The History of France 3 vols. 1830-31 and Lives of Foreign Statesmen 1833 both in Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopoedia; Connemara 1843; Charles Delmer, a story of the day 1853; The Greek and the Turk or powers and prospects in the Levant 1853; History of the reigns of Louis xviii and Charles x 2 vols. 1854; The History of France 5 vols. 1858-68. d. 56 Beaumont st. Marylebone, London 25 Feb. 1868.