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William Carew Hazlitt

William Carew Hazlitt (22 August 1834 - 8 September 1913) was an English lawyer, bibliographer, editor, and writer. The son of barrister and registrar William Hazlitt, grandson of essayist and critic William Hazlitt, and great-grandson of Unitarian minister and author William Hazlitt, Hazlitt was educated at the Merchant Taylors' School and was called to the bar of the Inner Temple in 1861.

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William Hazlitt - Bibliography - Selected Posthumous Collections
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William Carew Hazlitt - Works
... He published further contributions to the subject in Bibliographical Collections and Notes on Early English Literature made during the years 1893-1903 (1903), and a Manual for the Collector and Amateur of Old English Plays.. ... (1892) ...

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