Louisa Henrietta Sheridan
Louisa Henrietta Sheridan (? – 1842, London) was an English writer and illustrator. Her most well-known work, published by Smith, Elder & Co., is the literary annual, The Comic Offering, for which she served as editor and contributor from 1831 to 1835.
Louisa Henrietta Sheridan was the only daughter of Captain William B. Sheridan. She married Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Henry Wyatt in 1841. She died one year later from consumption.
- Hunt, Tamara L., "Louisa Henrietta Sheridan's "Comic Offering" and the Critics: Gender and Humor in the Early Victorian Era", Victorian Periodicals Review, 1996
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