Ehrman Syme Nadal

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Ehrman Syme Nadal, A.M. (1843–1922) was an American author, born at Lewisburg, West Virginia. He graduated from Yale in 1864. His employment included serving as second secretary of the United States Legation at London in the 1870s, being on the staff of the New York Nation for several years in the 1880s, and lecturing on English composition at Columbia in 1892-1893. His publications include: Impressions of London Social Life (1875); Essays at Home and Elsewhere (1882); and Zwieback: Notes of a Professional Exile (1895).