British Library Catalogue.
Standard Name: Gibbons, Thomas
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Her work was again reprinted in volume 2 of Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women, Who Were Ornaments to Their Sex, Blessings to Their Families, and Edifying Examples to the Church and the World, edited...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Lucy Hutton||
From 1770 William Hutton also kept a record of parish affairs in large folio in the church vestry, which he called the Repository. He marked his second wedding day in 1771 by repositing this...
|Friends, Associates||Phillis Wheatley||
Her enumeration of those she met in London is impressive, including several noblemen, Benjamin Franklin , the scientist Daniel Solander , the religious poet and hymn-writer Thomas Gibbons , the abolitionist Granville Sharp (who took...
EW was included in Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women, 1804 (first edited by Thomas Gibbons in 1777, re-issued with a second volume by George Jerment ).
|Textual Features||Mary Matilda Betham||
MMB also has strong coverage of writers, scholars, and activists, like Anne Askew , Mary Astell (whose uncle she credits with having generously tutored her), and Ann Bacon . She seems to have excluded the...
By August 1777
The Rev. Thomas Gibbons published Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women, addressed to parents of present-day women or girls, and dedicated to the Countess of Huntingdon .