Alfred Gatty

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Margaret Gatty (ne Scott) (1809–October 4, 1873), was an English writer of children's literature. She was the daughter of the Rev. A.J. Scott, D.D., a Royal Navy chaplain, who served under, and was the trusted friend of, Lord Nelson.

She married the Rev. Alfred Gatty, D.D., Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, and became a highly useful and popular writer of tales for young people. Among her books may be mentioned Parables from Nature, Worlds not Realised, Proverbs Illustrated, and Aunt Judy's Tales. She also conducted Aunt Judy's Magazine, and wrote a book on British seaweeds. Juliana Ewing was her daughter.

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Aunt Judy's Tales

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