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Elizabeth Tipper, an obscure late-seventeenth-century writer, was an accomplished poet (as her single collection shows) and worked for John Dunton as a regular periodical contributors: that is, a journalist.
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ET's place and date of birth are unknown. She does not sound like a young woman, so she may well have been born before the Restoration.
1698 ET published with her name a volume of poetry entitled The Pilgrim's Viaticum; or, The Destitute, but not Forlorn. Bibliographic Citation link.
The date of ET's death is unknown; no more is heard of her after her book was published.
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