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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Anna Maria Fielding Hall (1800–1881)

Hall, Anna Maria Fielding, Mrs. An Irish writer of fiction, wife of Samuel C.; born at Dublin, Jan. 6, 1800; died on Jan. 30, 1881; At one time her novels and short stories of Irish life enjoyed great popularity. Besides the works written in collaboration with her husband (for which see his name) he published: ‘Sketches of Irish Character’ (1829); ‘The Buccaneer’ (1832); ‘Lights and Shadows of Irish Life’ (1838); ‘Tales of the Irish Peasantry’ (1840). Of her dramas the most successful was ‘The French Refugee,’ produced in 1837.