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Hasell, E. J. (Elizabeth Julia), 1830-1887


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    • Elizabeth Julia
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    • Hasell, Elizabeth Julia, 1830-1887
    • Hasell, Miss, 1830-1887
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    • found: Monthly packet, 1875:new series, volume 19, part 111, page 204-206 (The voice of Jesus, [no author credited])
    • found: Internet archive, 26 December 2018(Via crucis, or, Meditations for passion and Easter tide, by the author of "Bible partings," etc. (1884); identified as written by Elizabeth J. Hasell; includes the poem "The voice of Jesus")
    • found: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, via WWW, 26 December 2018(Elizabeth Julia Hasell; born 17 January 1830; daughter of Dorothea King and Edward Williams Hasell; died at Dalemain, Penrith, 14 November 1887; wrote a large number of essays and reviews including over thirty for Blackwood's Magazine; her contributions show a wide knowledge of European literature from Homer to recently published works by English poets: her reviews in Blackwood's include Lord Derby's translation of the Iliad (April 1865), Tennyson's Idylls of the King (November 1859), Enoch Arden (November 1864), and Becket (July 1885), and William Morris's Poems (July 1869); some of her essays compare the treatment of Greek myths by dramatists of various periods; she also wrote extensively on Spanish and Portuguese authors; she compiled two volumes in the series of Foreign Classics for English Readers on Calderon (1879) and Tasso (1882); she also reviewed occasionally in The Athenaeum; Hasell gave a large portion of her time to promoting education and the general welfare of the district in which she lived, walking long distances across the hills to teach in village schools or deliver extempore addresses, in which she showed an unusual facility)
    • found: FamilySearch, 26 December 2018(1851 British Census; Elizabeth Julia Hasell; born in Dacre, Cumberland, England)
    • found: The Rock, 1867:title page (The rock, and other short lectures on passages of holy scripture, by Miss Hasell, Dalemain, authoress of "Saturday Afternoons")
    • found: Short family prayers, 1879:title page (by Miss Hasell)
    • found: Tasso, 1882:title page (by E.J. Hasell)
    • found: Calderon, 1879:title page (by E.J. Hasell)
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    • 2019-01-02: new
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