Trollope: Interviews and Recollections by R. C. Terry

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Trollope's reminiscences stressed Frances's concern for all her children. Certainly Tom and Henry, being the eldest sons, were in the forefront of her attention. Her correspondence was chiefly with Tom at Winchester and Oxford and clearly she preferred Tom's company; Anthony took a back seat until he began to prove himself. There is, however, no denying her joy at his appointment in the Post Office, his marriage and consequent success in life. One of her finest letters on this count, written when she was almost eighty ( 1856), said: 'Tom and I agree in thinking that you exceed in this respect [his industry] any individual that we have ever known or heard of- and I am proud of being your mother - as well for this reason as for sundry others.

Anthony helped beat the bailiffs by driving his father in the family gig to board a boat for Ostend and then selling the equipage. In the late sixties he showed Frith's daughter 'with many chuckles where there had been a hole in the hedge' through which he had smuggled china and silver Uane Panton, Leaves From a Life ( 1908) p. 202). 6. , ii). Henry died in Dec 1834, his father in Oct 1835. 7. Elizabeth Lynn Linton (1822-98): 'She was in no sense a poseuse, but just a vulgar, brisk and good-natured kind of well-bred hen wife, fond of a joke and not troubled with squeamishness' (My Literary Life (1899) p.

Postal mission to west of England and Channel Islands. In course of time his recommendations lead to pillar letter boxes being tried out in Jersey, later installed throughout all Great Britain. Begins The Warden (publ. 1855). Begins Barchester Towers (publ. 1857). Postal mission to Egypt, followed by others in Scotland, England and West Indies (until 1859). Settles at Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire Framley Parsonage begins in Cornhill Magazine (book publ. 1861) which establishes him as novelist. First postal mission to the United States.

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