Cary, Phoebe an American authoress, sister of Alice, was born near Cincinnati, O., Sept. 4, 1824, and died at Newport, R. I., July 31,1871. When quite young; she contributed largely to periodicals. Her writings were chiefly poetical. Her earliest poem of special worth was Near Rome, written in 1842. 'Her published works, besides the contributions to the volume issued in conjunction with her sisters were, Poems and Parodies (1854): —Poems of Faith, Hope, and Love (1868); and a large portions of the Hymns for all Christians, compiled by the Rev. Dr. Deems in 1869. She wrote a beautiful tribute to her sister's memory, which was published in the Ladies' Repository a few days before her own death.