Beeching, Rev. Henry Charles

   D.Litt.
(b. 1859)
   Miscellaneous writer. In a Garden and other Poems (1895), Pages from a Private Diary (1898), various vols. of sermons, etc., including Seven Sermons to Schoolboys (1894), The Grace of Episcopacy (1906); has ed. A Paradise of English Poetry (1892), Lyra Sacra (1894), and various English classics, etc.

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