Lady Barbara Montagu

Standard Name: Montagu, Lady Barbara

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Sarah Scott
Scott had been appointed sub-preceptor in November 1750 to Prince George , who next year became Prince of Wales. After their marriage, SS and her husband moved into a house in Leicester Fields, London...
Family and Intimate relationships Anna Miller
Her mother, born Margaret Pigott , came from a long-established Shropshire family and probably had literary interests, since she was a member of the circle of independent-minded women formed around Sarah Scott and Lady Barbara Montagu
Family and Intimate relationships Sarah Scott
Sarah Robinson (later SS ) first met Lady Barbara Montagu during a visit to Bath with her sister Elizabeth .
Rizzo, Betty, and Sarah Scott. “Introduction”. The History of Sir George Ellison, University Press of Kentucky, 1996, p. ix - xlv.
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Family and Intimate relationships Sarah Scott
Sarah Robinson (later SS ) moved into Lady Barbara Montagu 's house in Trim Street in Bath.
Rizzo, Betty, and Sarah Scott. “Introduction”. The History of Sir George Ellison, University Press of Kentucky, 1996, p. ix - xlv.
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Family and Intimate relationships Sarah Scott
Two years after leaving her husband, SS moved with Lady Barbara Montagu to a farmhouse at Batheaston near Bath, to practise their ideal of community and benevolence.
Rizzo, Betty, and Sarah Scott. “Introduction”. The History of Sir George Ellison, University Press of Kentucky, 1996, p. ix - xlv.
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Family and Intimate relationships Sarah Scott
SS and Lady Barbara made the short move from their home at Batheaston to settle themselves at Bath.
Rizzo, Betty, and Sarah Scott. “Introduction”. The History of Sir George Ellison, University Press of Kentucky, 1996, p. ix - xlv.
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Family and Intimate relationships Sarah Scott
SS 's friend and companion Lady Barbara Montagu died at Bath.
Rizzo, Betty, and Sarah Scott. “Introduction”. The History of Sir George Ellison, University Press of Kentucky, 1996, p. ix - xlv.
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Friends, Associates Susan Smythies
It sounds as if SS knew or was known to Samuel Richardson and some members of his circle. He and all his family subscribed to her last novel, and correspondence relating to Smythies passed between...
Friends, Associates Sarah Fielding
Socially speaking, Bath was a good choice for her, putting her within reach of, for instance, James Leake and Ralph Allen , as well as many friends visiting from London. The group comprising her, Scott
Friends, Associates Anna Miller
Anna Riggs (later ALM) grew up among the Bath community women: that is, Sarah Scott , Barbara Montagu , Mary Arnold , and Elizabeth Cutts . Margaret Mary Ravaud , who lived with...
politics Sarah Scott
The Bath Road also runs close to Elizabeth Montagu's country house at Sandleford. SS modelled this community on the one she had imagined in Millenium Hall, which in turn is closely related to the...
politics Sarah Scott
SS became part of a community of single women centred on herself and Lady Barbara Montagu , devoted to writing, good works, and study.
Rizzo, Betty, and Sarah Scott. “Introduction”. The History of Sir George Ellison, University Press of Kentucky, 1996, p. ix - xlv.
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Publishing Sarah Scott
It was published anonymously. The French original was current in England at this time, since the Duchess of Somerset (patron and poet, formerly Lady Hertford) read and enjoyed it in the year before Scott's translation...
Publishing Sarah Fielding
The work was dedicated to Lady Pomfret . Its 440 subscribers included many prominent people, reflecting the bluestockings' range of influence as well as SF 's local and family connections: Ralph Allen , Lord Chesterfield
Textual Features Sarah Trimmer
This use of instruction cards was innovative, at least in England. ST may or may not have known of the cards issued by Sarah Scott and Lady Barbara Montagu in April 1759 (which failed as...

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