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Mackarness [née Planché], Matilda Annelocked

(1825–1881)
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Mackarness [née Planché], Matilda Anne (1825–1881), children's writer, born on 23 November 1825, was the younger daughter of the playwright James Robinson Planché (1796–1880) and of Elizabeth St George (1796–1846), also a playwright. From an early age Matilda Anne Planché wrote novels and moral tales for children. As a novelist she took ...

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