Born and raised in England, Thomas Butler Gunn first worked as an illustrator for the famous British satirical journa
Covers the period from January 1852 to the end of July 1852.
Gunn mentions seeing William North in the Lantern office on three occasions: April 22, May 20, and July 1, 1852. On all three occasions, Fitz-James O'Brien was also there (95, 121, 154). The April 22nd meeting may have been Gunn's first encounter with North, as he states, "[p]resently came in one North, writer, Democrat, Metaphysician and World-Betterer" (95). On May 20th, Frank Bellew also accompanied North and O'Brien (121).
Gunn provides his opinion of O'Brien: "North & O'Brien at the Office. O'Brien's a snob (154)."
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