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ROE, Azel Stevens, author, born in New York city, 16 August, 1798 ; died in East Windsor Hill, Connecticut, 1 January, 1886. He received an academic education, and, after serving as a clerk in a mercantile house in New York, became a wine-merchant in that city He finally retired from business and settled at Windsor, Connecticut Having lost most of his property by freely indorsing for persons that subsequently failed, he applied himself successfully to literature He published "James Montjoy, or I've been Thinking" (New York, 1850); "To Love and be Loved" (1852); "Time and Tide, or Strive and Win" (1852) ; "A Long Look Ahead" (1855) ; "The Star and the Cloud" (1856), " True to the Last" (1859); "How could lie Help it?" (1860); "Looking Around" (1865); "Woman our Angel" (1866); "The Cloud in the Heart" (1869); and "Resolution, or the Soul of Power" (1871). Most of his works were republished in London.
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