Reeve, Clara (17251803)

Reeve, Clara, an English novelist, born, the daughter of a rector, at Ipswich; the best known of her novels is “The Champion of Virtue,” afterwards called “The Old English Baron,” a work of the school of Mrs. Radcliffe and of Walpole (17251803).

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

Reeve * Reeves, John Sims
Redesdale
Redeswire, Raid of the
Redgauntlet
Redgrave, Richard
Reding, Aloys von
Redoubt Kali
Redruth
Red-tape
Rees, Abraham
Reeve
Reeve, Clara
Reeves, John Sims
Referendum
Reform
Reformation
Reformation, Morning Star of the
Reformatories
Reformed Church
Refraction
Regalia
Regeneration, the