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John Ruikln haa ddgaUed himself as "KataPhuslD," and W. S. Gilbert onoa figured aader the title "Totnline Lttoae/

Ik will sarpriae mmy to know that the Intrepid explorer and journtliit, Mfl, M. Stanley," did not find Llrlositooe. The honor ah ;uld have been credited fcp John Rowlands. "Max O'Rell" la the literary designation of Paul Blooet. L When "reverondi" leave thepujpltemd write fof the preea they eometimea diagulao tbomaelves. The Rev Edward Bradley figored ao "Oathbecfc Bade' 1 when he wrote his delightful novel " Verdant Green," and tbe many thoucund admlren of <• Alice In vVonderbnd," by " Lewl« Oarroll," moat count themselves parlshtonera of the Rev 0. L. Dddgion. "logoldaby," as everybody kaowsV Is the Rev R. H. Barham, and M Pa'Hon Lot" li tbe Rev Obattea Klngstay. "Arthur Sketohley," io the nomde plumt taken by the Rev George Uoae. ' When writers who dwell "In klogt 1 palaoea" wander Into literature theysomatlmei lay aside their titles of. honor. The Q aeen of Sweden wrote nbyeli lot the Stookholm presi under the pseudonym of " Annie Arden." Qaaen Bitztbeth of Koam&nla writes under the name of '* Oarmen Sylpa." The Oonnteas d'Agoul wrltea aa "Daniel Hedl," tbe Oouotesi do la Roooa as " Oaoallle Henry," and the . Daohoaa of Saxony as (( Ama!ia Better. "

" Mrlrrlog'a" real aacna is J.H. Brodrlbb, and should any reader be Inclined to hoap bleSiinga on the head of "Zadklel," ho ought to remember tbat Jjlelit. Ri J. ' Morrison Is entitled to that honor.

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ASSUMED NAMES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2176, 18 July 1889

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ASSUMED NAMES Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2176, 18 July 1889

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