D'Arblay, Madame (17521840)

D'Arblay, Madame, a distinguished novelist, daughter of Dr. Burney, the historian of music; authoress of “Evelina” and “Cecilia,” the first novels of the time, which brought her into connection with all her literary contemporaries, Johnson in chief; left “Diary and Letters” (17521840).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Dapsang * Darboy, Georges
Dante Alighieri
Danton, Georges Jacques
Dantzig
Danube, The
Danubian Principalities
Danville
D'Anville
Daphne
Daphnis
Dapsang
D'Arblay, Madame
Darboy, Georges
Darby and Joan
Darbyites
Dardanelles
Dardanus
Darfur
D'Argens, Marquis
D'Argenson, Comte
Daric
Darien, Gulf of