In 1811, Harriet Browne wrote some original verse on folded sheets of paper, the subject being Deganwy Castle. Her Liverpool family moved to Denbighshire, and Harriet married a clergyman. She is hardly known in the history of literature, but her sister, Felicia Hemans, is. Harriet worked on Felicia’s complete poetical works and also wrote music. […]
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