Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Felicia Hemans was an English poet.
Felicia Heman's paternal grandfather was George Browne of Passage, co. Cork, Ireland; her maternal grandparents were Elizabeth Haydock Wagner (d. 1814) of Lancashire and Benedict Paul Wagner (1718–1806), wine importer at 9 Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool. Family legend gave the Wagners a Venetian origin; family heraldry an Austrian one. The Wagners' country address was North Hall near Wigan; they sent two sons to Eton College. Of three daughters only Felicity married; her husband George Browne joined his father-in-law's business and succeeded him as Tuscan and imperial consul in Liverpool.
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- A Spirit's Return
- The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers in Ne...
- Properzia Rossi
- Bring Flowers
- A Parting Song
- Address To Fancy
- A Voyager's Dream Of Land
- A Domestic Scene
- Alaric In Italy
- A Monarch's Death-Bed
- Indian Woman's Death-Song
- Flight of the Spirit
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