Entry updated 12 August 2018. Tagged: Author.
(1837-1886) UK author of nonfiction works about the origins of religion, and of What Happened After the Battle of Dorking; Or, the Victory of Tunbridge Wells (1871 chap) anonymous, a response to the grim Battle of Dorking scenario as argued so alarmingly by George T Chesney. In this case the successful reversal of Britain's defeat is placed in Tunbridge Wells, Kent; the tale is told by a participant to his grandson, fifty years hence. [JC]
Charles John Stone
born 2 March 1837
died 8 August 1886
- What Happened After the Battle of Dorking; Or, the Victory of Tunbridge Wells (London: George Routledge and Sons, 1871) anonymous [chap: pb/nonpictorial]
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