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Mitford

[mit-ferd] /ˈmɪt fərd/
noun
1.
Mary Russell, 1787–1855, English novelist, poet, playwright, and essayist.
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  • Miss Mitford says that Haydon, above all, sympathised with her love for a large canvas.

    Our Village Mary Russell Mitford
  • It is difficult to bear, with any patience, her praises of Dr. Mitford.

    Our Village Mary Russell Mitford
  • Dr. Mitford would have certainly disapproved had he been still alive.

    Our Village Mary Russell Mitford
  • Miss Mitford says somewhere,—to no one better than to herself does this apply.

    Our Village Mary Russell Mitford
  • Ah, poor thing,” said Mitford; “then she died and he married again?

    The Coxswain's Bride R.M. Ballantyne
  • Mitford seemed to think any remark superfluous, for he only groaned.

    The Coxswain's Bride R.M. Ballantyne
  • This silver alarum watch is still treasured in the Mitford family.

    Chats on Old Clocks Arthur Hayden
  • To-morrow I leave this with Captain Mitford for his country seat.

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