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Mary Bayard Clarke (1827–1886)

Clarke, Mary Bayard. An American poet and prose-writer; born in Raleigh, NC, in 1827; died in 1886. While living in Cuba, she published verses signed “Tenella.” After her return in 1855 she wrote ‘Reminiscences of Cuba’ for the Southern Literary Messenger. Among her works are war lyrics and translations from Victor Hugo; also prose articles signed “Stuart Leigh.” In 1870 was published her poem ‘Clytie and Zenobia, or the Lily and the Palm’; and ‘Wood Notes,’ a compilation of North Carolina verse.