TO MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON BY OTHER AUTHORS
A number of authors dedicated works to Braddon, including those shown below.
The Pretty Jane! The Cruel Squire!! and Robin the Ploughman!!!
A Very Tragical Richardsonian and Keymerian Tragedy
A comedy in one act by John Smith, published by Thomas Hailes Lacy in 1865
John Smith dedicated his play to several people, including Braddon.
The Wandering Heir: A Matter of Fact Romance by Charles Reade.
Shown here in the Tauchnitz edition of 1877.
Reade's dedicate page:
'I dedicate this narrative to my friend, M. E. Braddon, as a slight mark of respect
for her private virtues and public talents.'
Words by the novelist Hugh Conway and music by Milton Wellings.
Sung by Madame Enrique and published by Enoch & Sons of London.
'The music composed and dedicated to Mrs. J. Maxwell, Lichfield House.'
John Maxwell published a number of Conway's works.
Mr. Sillifant Suckoothumb and Other Oxford Yarns by Compton Reade
Published by R.A. Everett & Co. in 1904.
Compton Reade had been a regular contributor to Belgravia.
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