Porter, Jane

Porter, Jane,

1776–1850, Scottish novelist. Her historical novels, particularly Thaddeus of Warsaw (4 vol., 1803) and Scottish Chiefs (5 vol., 1810), were exceptionally popular in their day. Anna Maria Porter, 1780–1832, her sister, wrote The Hungarian Brothers (3 vol., 1807) and other novels.
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Angela Porter, Jane Schofield, Julie Neimantas and Rachel Ledgard at the Jingle Belle Ball for Macmillan
* Elected the following directors to three-year terms: Betsy Ashton, Fred Brown, Geimann, Porter, Jane Kirtley, and Don Maynard.