John Morley (1838-1923)
He was an English statesman and man of letters who was educated at Oxford. He made his reputation as a journalist in London where he was editor of the liberal Fortnightly Review. He was elected to Parliament in 1883 as a strong supporter of William Gladstone. One of the best biographers of his time, Morley wrote lives of Voltaire (1872), Rousseau (1873), Richard Cobden (1881), Robert Walpole (1889), Oliver Cromwell (1900), and Gladstone (1903; perhaps his best work).
- 1885 circa 15 years
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