THE PRESENT PRACTICE OF SINKING AND BORING WELLS;
With Geological Considerations and Examples of Wells Executed.
Member of the Society of Engineers; of the Franklin Institute;
of the Iron and Steel Institute; and of the Geologists' Association.
Symonds was born on 4 September 1860, in St-Mary-in-the-Marsh parish, Sprowston, near Norwich, England. She was the niece of John Addington Symonds, the respected English poet and literary critic. During her writing career, she became close friends with another eminent literary critic, Arnold Bennett.
She died in her home, shortly after her seventy-sixth birthday, of apparent heart failure. [mehr][weniger]