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Anna Maria Porter (1780–1832)

Porter, Anna Maria. An English novelist; born at Durham, 1780; died in 1832. Sister of Jane and Sir R. K.; she wrote: ‘Artless Tales’ (1793–95), which was succeeded by a long series of novels, among them: ‘Walsh Colville’ (1797); ‘The Lakes of Killarney’ (1804); ‘The Hungarian Brothers’ (1807); ‘The Recluse of Norway’ (1814); ‘The Knight of St. John’ (1817); ‘The Fast of St. Magdalen’ (1818); ‘Roche Blanche’ (1822); ‘Honor O’Hara’ (1826); ‘Barony’ (1830); also ‘Ballads, Romances, and Other Poems’ (1811).