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

Anne Marsh-Caldwell (1791–1874)

Marsh, Mrs. Anne (Caldwell). A popular English novelist; born in Staffordshire, 1791; died there, Oct. 1874. She published most of her works anonymously. Among them were: ‘Two Old Men’s Tales’ (1834); ‘Mount Sorel’ (1845); ‘Emilia Wyndham’ (1849); ‘Norman’s Bridge’ (1849). She wrote also the historical work ‘The Protestant Reformation in France’ (1847).