Ritchie, Mrs. Anne Isabella (Thackeray)

(b. 1837)
   Novelist, etc. The Story of Elizabeth (1863), The Village on the Cliff (1865), To Esther (1869), Old Kensington (1873), Blue Beard's Keys (1874), Miss Angel (1875), Mrs. Dymond (1885), etc.

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