Percy Addleshaw

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Title page from Happy Wanderer (1896)

Percy Addleshaw (b. 1866 Bowdon, Cheshire; d. 1916) was an English barrister and writer.

A graduate of Christchurch, Oxford, Addleshaw was called to the bar in 1893. He was an admirer and friend of Roden Noel.[1] He wrote articles, poems and reviews for various publications and, under the pseudonym of Percy Hemingway published Out of Egypt,[2] a volume of short stories (1894) and The Happy Wanderer and other Poems (1895).[3]


  1. ^ The Literary World, Volume 57, (1898) James Clarke & Co., London
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Further reading[edit]

  • A Victorian Anthology, Houghton, Mifflin and Company (1895)

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