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D'Arblay, Frances (1752-1840), novelist

Fanny D'Arblay (Also known as)
Frances Burney (Maiden name)
Fanny Burney (Also known as)

GB/NNAF/P144208   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P7419)

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Record ReferenceBerg collection
Other referencesee JL Clifford, From Puzzles to Portraits, 1970
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Record ReferenceHilles
ScopeConsolatory Extracts ... at the Sudden and Tragical Loss of My Beloved Susan
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Other referencesee Guide to Literary MSS 1979
Scope1777-1807: letters to Hester Piozzi
RepositoryManchester University: University of Manchester Library
Record ReferenceEng MS 545
Scopeletters (51) to Hester Lynch Piozzi (copies)
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Record ReferenceRP5318
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