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Crow, Mrs.

Mrs. Louisa A. Crow, a popular English female writer of the last half of the nineteenth century, had but one of her novels reprinted by Beadle. She wrote for Bow Bells (London) from 1866 on, and poetry for Once a Week as early as 1864. Among her novels were "By Order of Queen Maud," "Venus at School," "The Rose and Shamrock," "The Yellow Diamond," "Lestelle," "The Cost of a Secret," "Two Pearls," "Golden Fairy," "Woman's Wiles," and "Held in Thrall." She died of influenza, after forty years of productivity, early in 1895.

REFERENCE: Athenaeum, No. 3518, March 30, 1895.

Fireside Library. No. 32

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