(Julia) Augusta Webster, née Davies (1837- 1894) was an English poet and translator. She was born in Poole, Dorset. She married Thomas Webster who was a solicitor. She wrote some of her books under the pen name Cecil Home, among which are: Blanche Lisle and Other Poems (1860) and Lilian Gray (1864). She authored several books of poetry, including: Dramatic Studies (1866), Portraits (1870) and A Book of Rhyme (1881); and some dramas, including: The Auspicious Day (1874), Disguises (1879) and The Sentence (1887). She also made translations of Prometheus Bound and Medea.