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

Sarah Stickney Ellis (1799–1872)

Ellis, Sarah Stickney, Mrs. An English miscellaneous writer, wife of Rev. William; born in 1799; died in 1872. For many years she was principal of a girls’ school in Hertfordshire. Of her numerous works of a moral and instructive character, the best known are: ‘The Poetry of Life’ (1838); ‘Summer and Winter in the Pyrenees’ (1841); ‘The Wives of England’ (1843); ‘The Island Queen’ (1846), a poem; ‘Fireside Tales’ (1848); and the stories ‘The Brewer’s Family’ (1863); ‘William and Mary’ (1865); ‘Northern Roses,’ descriptive of Yorkshire life.