ANNA BROWNELL JAMESON
\ˈanə bɹa͡ʊnˈɛl d͡ʒˈe͡ɪmsən], \ˈanə bɹaʊnˈɛl dʒˈeɪmsən], \ˈa_n_ə b_ɹ_aʊ_n_ˈɛ_l dʒ_ˈeɪ_m_s_ə_n]\
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An Irish miscellaneous writer; born (Murphy) in Dublin, May 17, 1794; died in London, March 17, 1860. She was the daughter of a noted artist, and began her literary work with "The Diary of an Ennuyee" (1826). Then followed "Loves of the Poets" (1829); "Celebrated Female Sovereigns" (1831); "Characteristics of Women"; "Companion to the Public Picture Galleries of London" (1842); "Memoirs of the Early Italian Painters" (1845), edited; "Sacred and Legendary Art" (1848-52), not quite complete; etc.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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