Friendly faces of three nationalities.


Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1969] .

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Description xi, 293 pages illustrations, portraits 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Reprint of the 1911 edition.
Contents Baron Tauchnitz.--Matilda Betham.--Amelia Blandford Edwards.--Coventry Patmore.--Madame Bodichon.--William Allingham.--An afternoon with Lord John Russell.--Tea with Christina Rossetti.--H. B. Brabazon (Brabby).--Owen Meredith, the first Earl of Lytton.--Herbert Spencer in society.--George MacDonald.--General Booth.--Vidi tantum: Charles Dickens.--Une grande dame: Mme. (Blanc) Th. Bentzon.--A group of French friends.--A great-nephew of Danton.--Anecdotical: Sir Joseph Hooker. M. Brunetière at home. W. J. Fox, the Norwich weaver boy. Lord Houghton. Dr. Matineau. Takers all, Sir Edwin Arnold and the Rev. W. H. Channing.--Ex-Empress Eugénie.--A trio of pioneers.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00005873
(OCoLC)5873
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WorldCat Identities Betham-Edwards, Matilda, 1836-1919.
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