Hanway, Mary Ann (c. 1755–c. 1823)

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Hanway, Mary Ann (c. 1755–c. 1823)

British novelist. Name variations: Mary Anne Hanway. Born c. 1755; died c. 1823 in London, England; m. Hanway Balack Hanway, 1788.

Wrote A Journey to the Highlands of Scotland With Occasioned Remarks on Dr. Johnson's Tour, by a Lady (1776), Ellinor, or the World as It Is: A Novel in Four Volumes (1798), Andrew Stuart, or the Northern Wanderer: A Novel in Four Volumes (1800), Falconbridge Abbey: A Devonshire Story in Five Volumes (1809), and Christabelle, the Maid of Rouen: A Novel Founded on Facts in Four Volumes (1814).

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