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Alfred Henry Forrester, whose nom de plume was “Alfred Crowquill,” was born in London, 1806. He practised as a Notary, which his family had followed for years. Early in life he began to furnish articles for the Magazines, and soon became the illustrator of his own works.
He contributed to Punch upon its first commencement, and to the Illustrated London News.
Among his works may be named, “Comic English Grammar,” “Comic Arithmetic,” “The Wanderings of a Pen and Pencil,” &c., &c. He died May 26, 1872.