3 edition of Bertha the Beauty: A Story of the Southern Revolution found in the catalog.
by Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger
Written in English
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(Ireland) Severely admonished; castigated. February 16, Sarah Johnson Cogswell Whittlesey, “Bertha the beauty: A story of the southern revolution”, in The Field and Fireside, page 2: I don't approve of petticoat government, as a general thing, but I'll be shot with a shovel if it ain't necessary with fellows like Stanhope.
Cathy Kelly. Sarah Johnson Cogswell Whittlesey Smith, or, as she generally signed her poems, Sarah J. Whittlesey, was born in Williamston, Martin County, North Carolina, inand died in Alexandria, Virginia, in She attended La Vallie Seminary in Halifax County, North Carolina, and was graduated in.
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Bertha and Henry were married in and had two children, Bartha and Jim. In an April affidavit, discussed in the following edited extract, Bertha alleged that Henry was habitually drunk and cruel.
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Bertha May Crawford (June 20, - May 26, ) was a Canadian opera singer. She built an international reputation as a lyric coloratura soprano in the early 20th century in eastern Europe, performing prima donna roles with opera companies in Russia and Poland between and Dynasty continues Rubicon's story, opening where that book ended: with the murder of Julius Caesar.
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