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BRADLEY, Warren Ires, author, born in Forrestville, Bristol, Connecticut, 20 March, 1847; died there, 15 June, 1868. His uncle, Prof. Newton Nanross, under whose tuition he made rapid progress in literature and science, educated him. Before he was twenty-one years of age he wrote numerous articles for papers and magazines, and published, under the pen name of Glance Gaylord books for children. These include "Boys at Dr. Murray's" (Boston, 1866); "Gilbert Start and his Lessons" (1866); "Uncle Donnie's Home" (1866); "Culm Rock, the Story of a Year," for which he received a prize of f350 over seventy-two competitors (1867); "Gay Cottage" (1867); "Gilbert's Last Summer at Rainsford, and what it Taught" (1867); "Will Rood's Friendship" (1867); "After Years" (1868); "Donald Dearie and his Cross" (1868); "Jack Abercrombe; the Story of a Waif" (1868); "Miss Patience Hathaway" (1868); and "Mr. Pendleton's Cup" (1869).
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