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    Blackie, John Stuart (male) 07/28/1809 - 03/02/1895 Scottish University of Edinburgh

    Professor of Greek at Edin. Univ.; wrote for Blackwood's Magazine and Foreign Quarterly Review; translated Goethe's Faust and dramas of Aeschylus; author of Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece and many other books. See Boase IV: 415-416, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Browning, Elizabeth Barrett (female) 03/06/1806 - 06/29/1861 English

    Born Elizabeth Barrett, married Robert Browning, author of many poems including Aurora Leigh, lived many years in Florence. See Boase I: 447, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Burton, John Hill (male) 08/22/1809 - 08/10/1881 Scottish

    Barrister; manager of Perth prison; contributor to Blackwood's Magazine; historiographer royal of Scotland; wrote books on bankruptcy and criminal trials; wrote biography of David Hume; wrote history of Scotland, other works. See Boase I: 494-495, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Gore, Catherine Frances (female) 02/17/1798 - 01/29/1861 English

    Fashionable novelist, she wrote a dozen plays which appeared on the London stage and contributed hundreds of articles to a variety of periodicals. See Boase I: 1184, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Horne, Richard Henry (male) 12/31/1802 - 03/13/1884 English

    Naval midshipman, edited the Monthly Repository (1836-1837), spent much time in Australia; wrote poems, dramas, histories; editor / author of A New Spirit of the Age (1844). See Boase I: 1539, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    White, James (male) 1803 - 03/26/1862 Scottish Pembroke College, Oxford; University of Glasgow

    Curate and Vicar, author of The Village poorhouse (1832), The adventures of Sir Frizzle Pumpkin (1836), several dramas including The Mousetrap, various histories. Retired to Bonchurch, Isle of Wright; contributed to several periodicals. See Boase III: 1313, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Wilkinson, Charlotte A. M. (female) 1821 English

    Published My Sister Dagmar (1867), Poems (1868), Wayland Well (1871); wrote under the initials C.A.M.W. See Worldcat, 1861 census.

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