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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Morgan, Lady
 
(b. Dublin, 1783; d. London, April 13th, 1859). “Poems” (1797); “The Wild Irish Girl” (1801); “The Novice of St. Dominick” (1806); “The Lay of an Irish Harp” (1807); “Patriotic Sketches of Ireland” (1807); “Woman; or, Ida of Athens” (1809); “St. Clair” (1810); “The Missionary” (1811): “O’Donnell” (1814); “France in 1816” (1817); “Florence MacCarthy” (1818); “Life and Times of Salvator Rosa” (1824); “Absenteeism” (1825); “The O’Brians and the O’Flahertys” (1827); “The Book of the Boudoir” (1829); “France in 1829–30” (1830); “Dramatic Scenes from Real Life” (1833); “The Princess” (1835); “Woman and Her Master” (1840); “The Book without a Name” (in conjunction with her husband, Sir T. C. Morgan, M.D., 1841); “Luxima, the Prophetess” (1859); and “Passages from my Autobiography” (1859). See W. J. Fitzpatrick’s “Lady Morgan” (1860).   1
 


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