Standard Name: Lindsay, Caroline
Caroline Lindsay collected and illustrated an anthology which Routledge published nine years later as About Robins: Facts, Songs and Legends, under her married title of Lady Lindsay, although she was separated from her husband.
By 24 November 1888
After separating from her husband Sir Coutts Lindsay , Caroline Lindsay published her first novel, entitled Caroline.
Lyrics, and Other Poems, the first successful publication by Caroline Lindsay , had a first and second printing this year under her married title, Lady Lindsay.
Caroline Lindsay published her three-volume novelBertha's Earl.
Lady Lindsay(Caroline) , issued A Tangled Web, a novel of an heiress who sets out to see the world but falls in love with her cousin.
Caroline Lindsay 's collection of poems The King's Last Vigil, and other Poems, appeared. It includes To My Own Face, which has been often anthologised.
Caroline Lindsay included a narrative poem sequence, Lucinda's Letters, in her poetry collection The Flower-Seller, published this year.
28 June 1899
Caroline Lindsay read her pamphletThe Art of Poetry with Regard to Women Writers to the Women's International Congress for their literary meeting.
By mid-December 1903
Caroline, Lady Lindsay published, with illustrations by Clara Montalban , a poetry volume entitled From a Venetian Balcony,and other poems of Venice and the near lands. It had a first-edition run of five hundred copies.
Poems of Love and Death written by Caroline Lindsay was published. It was one of the last poetry collections Lady Lindsay published.