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

Sarah Tytler (1827–1914)

Tytler, Sarah (Henrietta Keddie). An English novelist and miscellaneous writer; born in 1827; died in 1914. She is the author of several graceful and readable stories, the best known being: ‘Days of Yore’ (1864); ‘Citoyenne Jacqueline’ (1865); ‘Noblesse Oblige’ (1869); ‘French Janet’; ‘Blachall Ghosts.’ Of her miscellaneous works, designed chiefly for juvenile readers, may be noticed: ‘Children of a Hundred Years Ago’ (1876); ‘Marie Antoinette’ (1883); ‘Three Men of Mark’; ‘The Machinations of Janet.’