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A short account of the life and death of Jane Newland

A short account of the life and death of Jane Newland

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Published by printed for G. Whitfield in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination12p.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22277171M

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NINE DAY QUEEN OF ENGLAND contains a few contemporary photos of locales associated with Jane's life, imprisonment, and death as well as reproductions of portrait engravings of Jane herself and a few others, all prominent Reformists who were executed by the evil Catholics/5(34).Charlotte Brontë was an English 19th-century writer whose novel 'Jane Eyre' is considered a classic of Western :   The death of Jane’s father in after a short illness placed financial strain on the three Austen women, and forced them to live with various family members and in rented flats.

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