Strawberry Hill Press

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Friends, Associates Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach
She was an ornament of high society and sought out literary friends. She was, for instance, a long-term friend and correspondent of Horace Walpole , who published her writings on his private press at Strawberry Hill
Occupation Horace Walpole
The Strawberry Hill Press was active for decades. Its first publication, Two Odes by Walpole's friend Thomas Gray , appeared on 8 August.
Publishing Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach
Horace Walpole published at his home-basedStrawberry Hill Press a 75-copy edition of The Sleep-Walker by Lady Craven (later EMA ), a translation and adaptation of Antoine de Fériol de Pont-De-Veyle 's French comedy La...
Publishing Hannah More
Horace Walpole printed HM 's Bishop Bonner 's Ghost in an edition of 200 copies from his Strawberry Hill Press .
Walpole, Horace. The Letters of Horace Walpole. Toynbee, Mrs PagetEditor , Clarendon, 1925.
1: lv; 14: 145, 155

Timeline

8 August 1757
Thomas Gray published his Two Odes (the Pindarics The Bard and The Progress of Poesy).