Definition of Sir Leslie Stephen
1. Noun. English writer (1832-1904).
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1. Dictionary of national biographyby Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee by Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee (1904)
"Vols. 1-21, edited by Leslie Stephen; v. 22-26,by Leslie Stephen and Sidney Lee; v. 27-63 and Supplement, 3 vols., by Sidney Lee."
2. Representative Biographies of English Men of Letters by Frank Wilson Cheney Hersey (1909)
"THE LIFE OF LORD BYRON Sir Leslie Stephen [From the Dictionary of National Biography.] BYRON, GEORGE GORDON, sixth lord (1788-1824), poet, descended from ..."
3. An Anthology of Modern English Prose (1741 to 1892) by Annie Barnett, Lucy Dale (1911)
"Sir Leslie Stephen (1832-1904) ISAAK WALTON Walton had somehow taken for granted that there is an inherent harmony between angling and true religion, ..."