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Re: What I found on origin of usage

August 15, 2015 12:32AM
All I could find was "has its origins in the female English title once used for all women"
Didn't distinguish whether it was American English only. But I'm like you, Jane Austen used Miss and Mrs so even if it was used in England, it wasn't used by Jane Austen.

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