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A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature/Stoddard, Richard Henry

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Stoddard, Richard Henry (1825-1903). -- Poet, b. at Hingham, Mass., worked in a foundry, and afterwards in New York Custom House, wrote a Life of Washington, but is chiefly known as a poet, his poetical works including Songs in Summer (1857), The King's Bell, The Lions Cub, etc.