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Caroline Elizabeth Sarah (Sheridan) Norton (1808–1877)

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah. An English poet and miscellaneous prose-writer; born in 1808; died in 1877. She was a granddaughter of Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Her first book of poetry, ‘The Sorrows of Rosalie’ (1829), was published when she was seventeen. Her ‘The Undying One’ (1830), a poem; ‘A Voice from the Factories’ (1836); ‘The Dream, and Other Poems’ (1840); and ‘Aunt Carry’s Ballads’ (1847), contain much-admired verse. She also wrote ‘Stuart of Dunleith’ (1847), a novel, and ‘Lives of the Sheridans.’