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MOULTON, Louise Chandler, author, born in Pomfret, Connecticut, 5 April, 1835. She was educated at Mrs. Emma Willard's seminary in Troy, New York Miss Chandler began to contribute to periodicals under the name of "Ellen Louise" at the age of fifteen, published at nineteen her first book, which was very successful, and after her marriage in 1855 to William U. Moulton, a publisher of Boston, Massachusetts, continued to write for the magazines, was long the Boston correspondent on literary topics of the New York "Tribune," and sent letters on society and literature to newspapers from London and Paris. Her published works are "This, That, and the Other," stories, essays, and poems (Boston, 1854);" Juno Clifford," a novel, which was issued anonymously (New York, 1855); "My Third Book," containing short stories (1859) ; "Bed-Time Stories," a book for children (Boston, 1873) ; " Some Women's Hearts" (1874) ; "More Bed-Time Stories" (1875) ; "Poems" (1877) ; "Swallow-Flights and Other Poems" (1878) ; "New BedTime Stories" (1880); "Random Rambles" (1881) ; "Firelight Stories" (1883) ; and "Ourselves and Our Neighbors: Short Chats on Social Topics" (1887). In 1887 she edited and prefaced with a biographical sketch the "Garden Secrets" of Philip Bourke Marston.
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