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Definitions of LEGH RICHMOND
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An English religious writer; born at Liverpool, Jan. 29, 1772; died at Turvey, Bedfordshire, May 8, 1827. He was the author of three famous tales of village life, circulated as tracts in many languages. They are entitled: "The Dairyman's Daughter", "The Negro Servant", and "The Young Cottager", and were printed under the title of "Annals of the Poor" (1814). He also edited "The Fathers of the English Church" (1807-11).
By Charles Dudley Warner