Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Harrison, Mary St. Leger

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HARRISON, MARY ST. LEGER (LUCAS MALET), an English novelist, daughter of Charles Kingsley, born in Eversley, Hampshire, married to the Rev. William Harrison. Her books acquired a wide popularity in England and in the United States. Among the best known are: “Colonel Enderby's Wife” (1885); “The Wages of Sin” (1891); “The Golden Galleon” (1910); and The “Wisdom of Damaris.”