Jay, Harriett. A Marriage of Convenience. F.V. White.
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The original London edition (in three volumes) says that she had the help of J. E. C. Bodley in this project.
Malot's novel has by now been several times translated...
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under John Edward Courtenay Bodley
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Beyond Pardon proved popular enough to be published in many editions, under names that included Bertha M. Clay, Charlotte M. Braeme, and The Author of Dora Thorne. London editions came from W. Nicholson
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Jay, Harriett. A Marriage of Convenience. G. Munro, 1884.