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 Eastlake, Sir Charles LockEdwards, Amelia Blandford 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Edgeworth, Maria
 
(b. Hare Hatch, Berkshire, January 1st, 1767; d. Edgeworthstown, Longford, Ireland, May 21st, 1849). “Collected Works” in 1825. The edition of 1856 includes “Moral Tales,” “Popular Tales,” “Belinda,” “Castle Rackrent,” “Essay on Irish Bulls,” “The Noble Science of Self-Justification,” “Eunice,” “The Dun,” “Tales of Fashionable Life,” “Patronage,” “Comic Dramas,” “Leonora,” “Letters for Literary Ladies,” “Harrington,” “Thoughts on Bores,” “Ormond,” and “Ellen.” Besides these Miss Edgeworth published “Early Lessons for Children;” “The Parent’s Assistant; or, Stories for Children;” “Harry and Lucy;” “Little Plays for Young People;” and “Orlandino;” and concluded the Memoirs of her father, Richard Lovell Edgeworth. See her Memoir by Mrs. Edgeworth (1867); also “Life and Letters” by A. J. C. Hare (1894).   1
 


 Eastlake, Sir Charles LockEdwards, Amelia Blandford 

 
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