George Newenham Wright
George Newenham Wright (c. 1794–1877) was an Irish writer and Anglican clergyman. He was born in Dublin; his father, John Thomas Wright was a doctor. He graduated B.A. from Trinity College in 1814 and M.A. in 1817. He married Charlotte Mulock in 1819.
By 1851, he was a teacher of classics, resident in Windsor with his wife. In 1861 he noted having a number of pupils boarding with him at Frome. By 1863 he was master of Tewkesbury Grammar School.
He died on 24 March 1877 at Pierrepont Street, Bath.
From the 1820s to the 1840s some minor topographical works and schoolbooks on subjects ranging from the Greek language to biography and philosophy by Wright were published . There were several on Ireland, two of which have illustrations by George Petrie.
- 1821: An Historical Guide to Ancient and Modern Dublin (Petrie, George, illustrator). London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy (2nd ed 1825)
- --do.-- An Historical Guide to the City of Dublin. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1980 (Facsim of: 2nd edition published London: Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, 1825)
- 1822: A Guide to the Lakes of Killarney
- 1827: A Guide to the County of Wicklow
- 1831: Ireland Illustrated
- 1833: Scenes in North Wales. London: T. T. & J. Tegg; reissued: ISBN 978-0-217-54512-9
- 1843: China (Allom, Thomas, illustrator) London: Fisher, Son & Co.
- --do.-- The Chinese Empire illustrated. London : London Printing & Publishing Co., [1858, 59.].
- --do.-- --do.-- (reissued) Hong Kong: John Nicholson, 1988.
- 1851: Belgium, the Rhine, Italy, Greece, and the shores and islands of the Mediterranean: illustrated in a series of ... engravings ... (text by) G. N. Wright & L. F. A. Buckingham. 2 vols. London: Peter Jackson