Essence of Parliament Shirley Brooks Hand Written Letter JG Autographs COA

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Essence of Parliament Shirley Brooks Hand Written Letter JG Autographs COA

Essence of Parliament Shirley Brooks Hand Written Letter JG Autographs COA
This item is certified authentic by JG Autographs and comes with their Certificate of Authenticity. Charles William Shirley Brooks. (29 April 1816 23 February 1874) was a journalist and novelist. He began his career in a solicitor’s office. Shortly afterwards he took to writing, and contributed to various periodicals. In 1851 he joined the staff of. To which he contributed “Essence of Parliament, ” and on the death of. In 1870 he succeeded him as editor. He published a few novels, including. Brooks was the son of William Brooks, architect, who died on 11 Dec. 1867, aged 80, by his wife Elizabeth, the eldest daughter of William Sabine of. He was born at 52. London, 29 April 1816, and after his earlier education was. On 24 April 1832, to his uncle, Mr. For the term of five years, and passed the Incorporated Law Society’s examination in November 1838, but there is no record of his ever having become a solicitor, for the natural bent of his genius impelled him, like. To lighter studies, and he forsook law for literature. During five sessions he occupied a seat in the reporters’ gallery of the. As the writer of the parliamentary summary in the. In 1853 he was sent by that journal as special commissioner to inquire into the questions connected with the subject of labour and the poor in. His letters from these countries were afterwards collected and published in the sixth volume of the Travellers’ Library, under the title of the Russians of the South. In early times, 1842, he signed his articles which were appearing in Ainsworth’s Magazine Charles W. His second literary signature was C. Shirley Brooks , and finally he became Shirley Brooks. His full Christian names were Charles William Shirley, the latter being an old name in the family. His first magazine papers, among which were A Lounge in the il de Buf, An Excursion of some English Actors to China, Cousin Emily, and The Shrift on the Rail, brought him into communication with. And other well-known men, and he soon became the centre of a strong muster of literary friends, who found pleasure in his wit and social qualities. As a dramatist he frequently achieved considerable success, without, however, once making any ambitious effortsuch, for example, as producing a five-act comedy. His original drama, The Creole, or Love’s Fetters, was produced at the Lyceum 8 April 1847 with marked applause. A lighter piece, entitled Anything for a Change, was brought out at the same house 7 June 1848. Two years afterwards, 5 Aug. 1850, his two-act drama, the Daughter of the Stars, was acted at the New Strand Theatre. The exhibition of 1851 gave occasion for his writing The Exposition: a Scandinavian Sketch, containing as much irrelevant matter as possible in one act, which was produced at the Strand on 28 April in that year. He supplied to the Olympic, 26 Dec. 1861, an extravaganza, which had the sensational heading Timour the Tartar, or the Iron Master of Samarkand, the explanatory letterpress significantly stating that a trifling lapse between the year 1361 and the year 1861 occasionally occurs. Amongst his other dramatic pieces may be mentioned the Guardian Angel, a farce, the Lowther Arcade, Honours and Tricks, and Our New Governess. Brooks was in his earlier days a contributor to many of the best periodicals. He was a leader writer on the. To which journal at a later period he furnished a weekly article under the name of Nothing in the Papers. 18589, and edited Home News after the death of. To a volume edited by. In 1849, called Gavarni in London, he furnished three sketches The Opera, The Coulisse, and The Foreign Gentleman; and in companionship with. He published A Story with a Vengeance in 1852. At thirty-eight years of age he began to assert his claim to consideration as a popular novelist by writing Aspen Court: a Story of our own Time. Conscious, as he must have been, of his first success of a substantial kind as an imaginative writer, he nevertheless allowed five years to elapse before he made his second venture as a novelist. He did so then as the author of a new serial fiction, the Gordian Knot, in January 1858; but this work, although illustrated by. And consisting of twelve numbers only, remained unfinished for upwards of two years. The item “Essence of Parliament Shirley Brooks Hand Written Letter JG Autographs COA” is in sale since Saturday, April 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Other Political Autographs”. The seller is “historicsellsmemorabilia” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 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Essence of Parliament Shirley Brooks Hand Written Letter JG Autographs COA