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Caroline Bowles Southey (1786–1854)

Southey, Caroline Ann (Bowles) (south’y or suTH‘y). An English poet, wife of Robert Southey; born at Lymington, Hampshire, Dec. 6, 1786; died there, July 20, 1854. A collection of her poems published in 1820 brought her to the notice of the world of letters. ‘The Pauper’s Death-Bed’ is well known. She is the author of ‘Ellen Fitz-Arthur,’ a poem (1820); ‘The Widow’s Tale, and Other Poems’ (1822); ‘The Birthday’ (1836); ‘Tales of the Factories,’ in verse (1847).