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Emilie Flygare-Carlén återvände till Strömstad, för att därefter bosätta sig på säterihemmanet Gillanda i ... Av sin bror vice häradshövding Edvard Smith fick hon ämnet till den roman som blev hennes litterära ..... Eslöv: B. Östlings bokförl.

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Meriter. 1. Emilie Flygare-Carlén, f. Smith, f. 8 aug. 1807 i Strömstad, d. 5 febr. ..... 1888); B. Schöldström, Lefnadsteckning (i E. F.-C:s Efter-skörd, 1888); dens., ...