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Hugh Conway
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Born in Bristol, Bristol
Born on 26th of December 1847
Died on 15th of May 1885

Born 1847. Died 1885 - English novelist.

Pseudonym of Frederick John Fargus. Greatest success was Called Back (1883), a melodrama. Other works include A Lifeís Idyll and other Poems (1879) and the novels Dark Days (1884) and Living or Dead (1886).

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