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Anne Pratt (1806–1893)

Pratt, Anne (Mrs. John Pearless). Born at Strood, Dec. 5, 1806; died in London, July 27, 1893. An English nature-writer, whose books achieved great popularity. Among them are: ‘Flowers and their Associations’ (new ed. 1840); ‘Field, Garden, and Woodland’ (for the young, new ed. 1843); ‘Chapters on Common Things of the Seaside’ (1850); ‘Green Fields, their Grasses’ (1852); ‘Our Native Songsters’ (1852); ‘Wild Flowers’ (1853); ‘Flowering Plants, Grasses, and Ferns of Great Britain’ (1854); etc.