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 Trollope, AnthonyTrollope, Thomas Adolphus 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Trollope, Mrs. Frances
 
(b. Heckfield, 1779; d. Florence, October 6th, 1863). Wrote “Domestic Manners of the Americans” (1832); “The Refuge in America” (1832); “The Abbess” (1833); “The Adventures of Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw” (1836); “The Vicar of Wrexhill” (1837), “A Romance of Vienna” (1838); “Tremordyn Cliff” (1838); “Widow Barnaby” (1838); “Michael Armstrong, or, the Factory Boy” (1839); “One Fault” (1839); “The Widow Married” (1840); “The Blue Belles of England” (1841); “Charles Chesterfield” (1841); “The Ward of Thorpe Combe” (1842); “Hargrave” (1843); “Jessie Phillips” (1843); “The Laurringtons” (1843); “Young Love” (1844); “Petticoat Government,” “Father Eustace,” and “Uncle Walter” (1852); and “The Life and Adventures of a Clever Woman.”   1
 


 Trollope, AnthonyTrollope, Thomas Adolphus 

 
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