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Kinahan Cornwallis (writer)

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Kinahan Cornwallis (né Albert McKenzie Russell Kinahan; 1837–1917) was a British / American poet, writer, editor, and lawyer. Biography Early life From his marriage certificates, it appears that Cornwallis's father was William Baxter Kinahan and his mother Elizabeth, but his early life is not well-documented. Biographers have unquestioningly accepted Cornwallis's writings as factual when they are questionable at best. A volume titled My Life and Adventuires; An Autobiography is a work of fiction. He appears to have been born in London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and attended school in Liverpool. He states that he had studied for the ministry and medicine before leaving England for Australia. On his arrival in Melbourne, Australia in 1853 (when his age is stated as 32) he sought employment as a clerk in a mercantile house and by July had been named as a customs clerk in the colonial government. He later claimed continued employment in the Br
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