17841864, Sep 28
an English miscellaneous writer. Eyre took Anglican orders, but later became a Unitarian. He took an interest in the movement that led to the Reform Bill of 1832, and was for some time proprietor of three liberal newspapers printed at Colchester. Afterwards he managed a large farm, but resolved to part with it at the solicitation of some members of his family. Before he had signed the transfer he committed suicide by hanging at his residence, Upper Park, Dedham, Essex. The coroner's jury found that he was temporarily insane.
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