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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Florence Montgomery (1843–1923)

Montgomery, Florence. An English novelist, daughter of Sir Alexander Montgomery; born in 1843; died in 1923. She wrote: ‘A Very Simple Story’ (1867); ‘Thrown Together’ (1872); ‘Thwarted’ (1874); ‘Wild Mike and his Victim’ (new ed. 1878); ‘Seaforth’ (1878); ‘Transformed’ (1886); ‘The Fisherman’s Daughter’ (1888); ‘Prejudged’; ‘An Unshared Secret’; ‘Behind the Scenes in a Schoolroom’ (1914).