British Library Catalogue.
Standard Name: Kippis, Andrew
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Reprints and anthologies since this edition have maintained AS 's place in the American hymn tradition; the biographical material accompanying them has spread the impression of her as an exaggeratedly pious ideal. Editions include Hymns...
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Andrew Kippis included a hymn by HMW —My God! All nature owns Thy sway—in his very popular Collection of Hymns and Psalms for Public and Private Worship.
Gentleman’s Magazine. Various publishers.
65 (1795) 321
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She came from the professional class. Her family tradition was Scottish and Covenanting on her mother's side, Welsh with some Huguenot blood on her father's. She was brought up a Rational Dissenter and attended a...
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The Critical Review began its notice with a brief sketch of HMW 's life-story, emphasising the circumstances which had kept her in ignorance of the literary scene which she was now entering. It made some...
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In a humble preface Williams invokes her mentor Kippis . The poems, in many genres (many treating of history, and of the sufferings caused by poverty and war), include a sentimental treatment of Mary, Queen of Scots
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Literary historian Antonia Forster believes that this was probably an invitation to write for The Library; or, Moral and Critical Magazine, which was launched the following month, edited by Andrew Kippis and published by...
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Andrew Kippis wrote a preface for this poem. He had probably persuaded her to move to London to arrange its publication.
Kelly, Gary. Women, Writing, and Revolution 1790-1827. Clarendon, 1993.
The first edition of the Biographia Britannica (a ground-breaking collection of national biography) appeared.