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SADLIER, Mary Anne (MADDEN), author, born in Cootehill, County Cavan, Ireland, 31 December, 1820. After receiving a private school education she contributed to London magazines, and in 1844 emigrated to Montreal, Canada, where she published by subscription " Tales of the Olden Time." In 1846 she married James Sadlier, then of the publishing firm of D, and J. Sadlier and Co., of New York and Montreal, and became connected editorially with the Roman Catholic press. She has translated several religious works, tales, and dramas from the French, and is the author of stories for Roman Catholic Sunday-schools, and several novels. Her works include " Alice Riodan, or the Blind Man's Daughter" (Boston, 1851); " New Lights, or Life in Galway" (New York, 1853);" The Blakes and Flanagans" (1855); " The Confederate Chieftains, a Tale of the Irish Rebellion of 1641 " (1859); " Bessy Conway, or the Irish Girl in America" (1862); " The Daughter of Tyreonnell" (1863); " Maureen Dhu, the Admiral's Daughter" (1870): and " Purgatory, Doctrinal, Historical, and Political" (1886).--Her daughter, Anna Theresa, author, born in Montreal, Canada, 19 January, 1854, was educated partially in New York city, and graduated at the convent of Villa Maria, near Montreal, in 1871. She has contributed largely to the Roman Catholic press, has translated numerous tales and poems from the French and Italian, and is the author of " Seven Years and Mair" (New York, 1878); " Ethel Hamilton, and other Tales" (1877); " The King's Page" (1877) . "Women of Catholicity" (1885); and "The Silent Woman of Alood" (1887). She has also published a compilation entitled " Gems of Catholic Thought" (1882).
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