One fact may be added to this record of a most remarkable family group. Another son of Henry Richard Vizetelly, Frank Horace Vizetelly, the lexicographer and writer of New York City, not having succeeded in his effort to go to South Africa as a war correspondent, did achieve the distinction of visiting the Boer prisoners of war at the detention camps in Bermuda. He was the only civilian whom the British authorities permitted to inspect the camps and narrated his observations in the Illustrated London News, the New York Independent, and various dailies.