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Edith Sichell

  • I find Lady Ponsonby, the wise judge, the firm Liberal, more and more delightful; at last one feels she is getting old — she is eighty-two. She is like a fine flame kindled by sea-logs and sandalwood — good to watch and good to warm the mind at, and the heart too.

    • Edith Sichell,
    • 1914, in Ethel Smyth, Impressions That Remained ()

Edith Sichell

(1862 - 1914)

Full name: Edith Helen Sichell.