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Eliza Parsons (c. 1811)

Parsons, Mrs. Eliza. An English novelist and dramatist; born at Plymouth; died at Leytonstone in Essex, Feb. 5, 1811. She wrote the farce ‘Intrigues of a Morning; or, An Hour at Paris’ (1792), an adaptation of Molière’s ‘Monsieur de Pourceaugnac’; the novels: ‘History of Miss Meredith’ (1790); ‘The Castle of Wolfenbach’ (1793); ‘The Peasant of Ardennes Forest’; ‘The Mysterious Visits’; and others.