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Watson, Henry Clay 1831-1869 Author; born in Baltimore, Md., in 1831; removed to Philadelphia, Pa., and engaged in journalism; was connected with the North American, and the Evening journal; later removed to Sacramento, where he edited the Times. He wrote Camp-fires of the Revolution; Nights in a Block-house; Old Bell of Independence; The Yankee Teapot; Lives of the Presidents of the United States; Heroic women of history, etc. He died in Sacramento, Cal., July 10, 1869.