Author Information At the Circulating Library
Author: Thomas Litchfield (1796–1872)
Biography: Thomas Litchfield was born in 1796. He studied medicine at Edinburgh and Middlesex Hospital and recieved a medical degree in 1817. He held a number of surgical posts and contributed to medical literature. In addition, he wrote three works of fiction: Tales of Four Nations (1829), Warkworth Castle (1851), and The Coldstreams and the Musqueteers (1856). He died in 1872 in Twickenham.
References: British Census (1871); Lancet (7 September 1872)