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 Porson, RichardPorter, Jane 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Porter, Anna Maria
 
(b. 1780, d. Bristol, June 21st, 1832). “Artless Tales” (1793); “Octavia” (1798); “The Lakes of Killarney” (1804); “A Sailor’s Friendship and a Soldier’s Love” (1805); “The Hungarian Brothers” (1807); “Don Sebastian” (1809); “Ballads, Romances, and Other Poems” (1811); “The Recluse of Norway” (1814); “Walsh Colville” (1819); “The Feast of St. Magdalen” (1818); “The Village of Mariendorpt” (1821); “The Knight of St. John” (1821); “Roche Blanche” (1822); “Tales Round a Winter Hearth” (in conjunction with her sister Jane); “Honor O’Hara” (1826); “Barony” (1830); and other works.   1
 


 Porson, RichardPorter, Jane 

 
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