Arthur Hamilton Norway (1859-1938) was a British civil servant and writer. (He was the father of novelist Nevil Shute, who was born Nevil Shute Norway.) Arthur H. Norway was an eclectic author who wrote everything from the obscure History of the Post-Office Packet Service, between the years 1793-1815 to popular travel books such as Highways and Byways in Devon and Cornwall to the literary Dante; the Divine Comedy, its Essential Significance. Of interest to me is the fact that he was one of those post-Grand Tour grand tourists who wrote a book about Naples: Naples, past and present (1901. pub. Methuen & Co., London).