1815-1867; niece of Countess; ed. keepsake, 1851-57; author of novels,
Evelyn Forrester, a womans story (London 1856), The
Foresters, a novel, 2 vols. (london 1857); The Letters of A Betrothed
(London 1858); Nelly Carew, 2 vols. (London 1859); Virginas
Hand (London 1860); Sweethearts and Wives, 3 vols. (2nd ed.
London 1861); Arabian Days and Nights, or Rays from the East (London
1863); and much poetry. Called by ODonoghue one of the best
poetesses of her day. ODNB PI IF SUTH.
Stephen Brown, Ireland in Fiction (Dublin: Maunsel 1919), lists
Nelly Carew (1859); sentimental romance about a girl [Irish landlords
dg.: SUTH] forcibly married to a roué [ie., the type of her famous
John Sutherland, The Longman Companion
to Victorian Fiction (Longmans 1988; rep. 1989), notes that Power
edited Keepsake; also write a long narrative poem, Virginias
Hand, ded. to Dickenss friend John Forster and earned praise;
The Letters of A Betrothed (1858), by Honoria, among
other novels of which six in the British Library.