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Charlotte Elizabeth (1790–1846)

Tonna, Charlotte Elizabeth Browne [“Charlotte Elizabeth”]. An English religious writer; born in Norwich, Oct. 1, 1790 (or 1792); died on July 12, 1846. In her childhood she lost her sight, and regained it. She wrote: ‘Judah’s Lion’; ‘Judæa Capta’; ‘Principalities and Powers’; ‘Personal Recollections’ (1841).