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Elizabeth Berkeley, Lady Craven (1750–1828)

Craven, Elizabeth Berkeley, Lady, subsequently Margravine of Ansbach. An English descriptive prose- and verse-writer; born in 1750; died at Naples, Jan. 13, 1828. She produced various sentimentalities in verse and in prose fiction; a meritorious record of travel, ‘Journey through the Crimea to Constantinople’ (1789); and very readable ‘Memoirs of the Margravine of Ansbach, Formerly Lady Craven, Written by Herself’ (1825).