Mitford, Mary Russell (17861855)

Mitford, Mary Russell, authoress, born at Alresford, Hants, lived with her father, an extravagant physician, at Lyme Regis and London; she published poems in 1810-11-12, but, forced to earn a living, took to dramatic work; “Julian,” “The Foscari,” and “Rienzi” were successful if ephemeral tragedies; her best work was “Our Village,” sketches of homely English life written with much care, and after appearing in the London Magazine, published in 5 vols., 1824-32 (17861855).

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

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Mishna
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Missal
Mississippi
Mississippi River
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Mitford, Mary Russell
Mitford, William
Mithras
Mithridates the Great
Mitrailleuse
Mivart, St. George
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