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Frances Cashel Hoey (1830–1908)

Hoey, Mrs. Frances Sarah. An Irish novelist and translator; born at Bushy Park, in Rathfarnham, County Dublin, Feb. 15, 1830; died in 1908. She is the author of the popular novels: ‘A House of Cards’ (1863); ‘A Golden Sorrow’ (1872); ‘Out of Court’ (1874); ‘The Blossoming of an Aloe’ (1874; new ed. 1880); ‘The Lover’s Creed’ (1884); ‘A Stern Chase’ (1886). Among her translations from the French are ‘Memoirs of Madame de Rémusat’; ‘The King’s Secret’; ‘The Last Days of the Consulate.’