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Julia Kavanagh (1824–1877)

Kavanagh, Julia. A popular English writer; born at Thurles, Ireland, Jan. 7, 1824; died at Nice, Oct. 28, 1877. She wrote a large number of novels, the scenes of which were almost invariably laid in France, where she had resided: among them: ‘Daisy Burns’ (3 vols., 1853); also: ‘Woman in France during the Eighteenth Century’ (2 vols., 1850); ‘A Summer and Winter in the Two Sicilies’ (2 vols., 1858); ‘French Women of Letters’ (1862).