William Samuel Lilly

Barrister, writer, born near Exeter, England, 1840; died Geneva, Switzerland, 1919. Educated at Cambridge, he was appointed under-Secretary to the government of Madras, 1869, and secretary to the Catholic Union of Great Britain (1874-1919). His writings include: "Ancient Religion and Modern Thought," 1884; "A Century of Revolution," 1889; "The Claims of Christianity," 1894; "First Principles in Politics," 1899; and "Studies in Religion and Literature," 1904.

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