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Elizabeth Hamilton (1758–1816)

Hamilton, Elizabeth. An Irish miscellaneous writer; born at Belfast, 1758; died at Harrogate, England, 1816. Her first serious work, ‘The Letters of a Hindoo Rajah’ (2 vols.), appeared in 1796. ‘The Modern Philosophers’ (1800) was followed by ‘Memoirs of Agrippina’ and ‘Letters to the Daughters of a Nobleman.’ The best of her works, ‘The Cottagers of Glenburnie,’ was published in 1808.