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Duncomebe and Co., ) (multiple formats at ) Mitford, Mary Russell, Our Village (Gutenberg text). Mary Russell Mitford published her sketches of village life in the ss, and they give a fascinating picture of a vanished way of life. You meet people of all classes in the rural community through the pages of Miss Mitford's articles, and feel you are participating in the social round s: The Life of Mary Russell Mitford : Related in a Selection from Her Letters to Her Friends, Volume 2 The Life of Mary Russell Mitford : Related in a Selection from Her Letters to Her Friends, Mary Russell Mitford: Author: Mary Russell Mitford: Editors: Alfred Guy Kingan L'Estrange, William Harness: Edition: 2: Publisher: R.
Bentley, MITFORD, MARY RUSSELL (–), novelist and dramatist, born at Airesford, Hampshire, on 16 Dec.was the only child of George Mitford or Midford, descended from an ancient Northumberlandshire family, and of Mary Russell, an heiress, the only surviving child of Dr.
Richard Russell, a richly beneficed clergyman, who held the livings of Overton and Ash, both in Hampshire. To Mary Mitford the appearance of 'Waverley' seems as great an event as the return of the Bourbons; she is certain that 'Waverley' is written by Sir Walter Scott, but 'Guy Mannering,' she thinks, is by another hand: her mind is full of a genuine romantic devotion to books and belles lettres, and she is also rejoicing, even more, in the spring.
Mary Russell Mitford (16 December – 10 January ) was an English author and dramatist. She was born at Alresford, Hampshire. Her place in English literature is as the author of Our Village/5(2).
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Besides the 'Life of Miss Mitford' by Messrs. Harness and Lestrange, there is also a book of the 'Friendships of Mary Russell Mitford,' consisting of the letters she received rather than of those which she wrote. It certainly occurs to one, as one looks through the printed correspondence of celebrated people, how different are.
First impression of the true first edition. Twenty-four black and white illustrations from photographs by the author and contemporary pictures, all present, as called for, including tissue-guarded sepia-tinted frontispiece of Miss Mitford's Cottage at Three Mile Cross from a Lithograph published by Mr.
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