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Augusta Webster (1837–1894)

Webster, Julia Augusta (Davies). An English poet and dramatist; born at Poole, Dorsetshire, Jan. 30, 1837; died at Kew, Sept. 5, 1894. She wrote: ‘Blanche Lisle and other Poems, by Cecil Home’ (1860); ‘A Woman Sold,’ etc. (1867); ‘In a Day’ (1882); dramas and translations of Greek tragedies, etc.