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February 29, 2008

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Arnold

A few addenda. I haven't got time to put in the links, but all of these should be available in full view on Google Books.

C.M. Davies, Philip Paternoster (1858)
W.E. Heygate, Godfrey Davenant (1847), William Blake, or the English Farmer (1848)
Richard King, Alice Lisle: A Tale of Puritan Times (1860)
F.G. Lee, Clinton Maynyard: A Tale of the World, the Flesh and the Devil (1862)

Mr Punch

On this side of the Atlantic, Henry Ward Beecher's novel Norwood (1867) is available. His sister Harriet, also the daughter and wife of clergymen, published a better novel of New England life, with more religious content, two years later (Old Town Folks).

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