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Y/ the appended list of pseu--aohyms which lifts the mask from many of our most enjoyable writers : Arthur Sketchley, George Rose ; A. L. 0.E., (A lady of England), Miss Charlotte Tucker; Aunt Mary, Mrs Mary A. Lathbury ; Bon Gaultier, Professor W. E. Aytoun and Theodore Martin, collaborateurs ; Barry Cornwall, Byran Waller Proctor ; Currer Bell, Charlotte Bronte ; Cuthbert Bede, Rev. Edward Bradley; Country Parson, Rev. A. K. H. rßoyd; Dr. Syntax, . William Coombe; Elizabeth Wetherell, Susan 1!, Warner; Fanny Forrester, Mrs : Emily Chubbuck Judson ; Fanny Fern, Sarah Pay son Willis Parton ; Frank Forester, isoiHenfy William Herbert; George Sand, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dadevant; Grace Greenwood, Mrs Sarah Jane Clark Lippincott; George Eliot, Marion ‘ ‘Evans Lewes Cross; Holme Lee, Mrs Harriett Parr; Josh Billings, Henry , jy. Shaw ; Kirk White, Henry Kirk "" White; Monk Lewis, Matthew Gregory Lewis; Mrs Markham, Mrs Elizabeth .Penrose’; Mark |Twain, Samuel |Langhorne Clemens; Nimrod, Charles J. tj: i Apperley; Old Hum phrey, George Mogridge; Owen Meredith, Hon. Edward R. Bulwer-Lytton; Orpheus C. Kerr (office seeker), R. H. Newell; Paul Creighton, J. T. Trowbridge; Peter Pindar, John Wescott; Sophie May, Miss R. S. Clark; Sara Slick, Judge Thomas G. Hailburton ; Stonehenge. John H. Walsh; Timothy| Titcomb, Josiah Gilbert Holland; Trusta (anagram), Elizabeth Stuart Phelpis; Zadkiel, Lieutenant Richard J. Mom-

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LITERARY PSEUDONYMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 519, 27 December 1881

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LITERARY PSEUDONYMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 519, 27 December 1881

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