ANNE ISABELLE RITCHIE (THACKERAY)
\ˈan ˈɪse͡ɪbə͡l ɹˈɪt͡ʃi θˈakəɹˌe͡ɪ], \ˈan ˈɪseɪbəl ɹˈɪtʃi θˈakəɹˌeɪ], \ˈa_n ˈɪ_s_eɪ_b_əl ɹ_ˈɪ_tʃ_i__ θ_ˈa_k_ə_ɹ_ˌeɪ]\
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An English miscellaneous writer, daughter of William Makepeace Thackeray; born in London in 1838. Among her writings are: "Old Kensington" (1873); "Toilers and Spinsters" (1873); "Bluebeard's Keys" (1874); "Miss Angel" (1875); "Mme. de Sevigne" (1881); "Records of Tennyson, Ruskin, and Browning" (1892); "Lord Tennyson and his Friends" (1893); and with R. Evans, "Lord Amherst and the British Advance Eastward to Burma"; "Chapters from some Memoirs".
By Charles Dudley Warner
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