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Julia Pardoe (1806–1862)

Pardoe, Julia. An English historical and miscellaneous writer; born at Beverly, Yorkshire, 1806; died in London, Nov. 26, 1862. She was a most voluminous writer, among her works being: ‘Traditions of Portugal’ (1833); ‘City of the Sultan,’ etc. (1837); ‘Louis XIV. and the Court of France’ (1847); ‘The Jealous Wife’ (1847–58); ‘The Court and Reign of Francis I.’ (1849); ‘Marie de’ Medici’ (1852); ‘Episodes of French History, during the Consulate,’ etc. (1859); ‘A Life Struggle’ (1859).