Philip Parkhouse

Standard Name: Parkhouse, Philip

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Dedications Hannah Cowley
HC published, with her name, a blank-verse narrative poem entitled The Maid of Arragon; A Tale, and dedicated to her father, Philip Parkhouse .
Norton, J. E. “Some Uncollected Authors XVI: Hannah Cowley 1743-1809”. The Book Collector, pp. 68 -76.
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Dedications Hannah Cowley
Included with it were two more poems, one of them on Thomas Chatterton , and a Deprecation, written three years back and dedicated to her father , complaining of harsh treatment by the reviewers...
Family and Intimate relationships Hannah Cowley
HC 's father was Philip Parkhouse , a bookseller of scholarly bent, who had been educated for the Church, a town corporator or councillor,
Mahotière, Mary de la. Hannah Cowley, Tiverton’s Playwright and Pioneer Feminist (1743-1809). Devon Books, 1997.
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an active and outspoken local politician.
Escott, Angela. The Celebrated Hannah Cowley. Pickering and Chatto, 2012.
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He was later...
Instructor Hannah Cowley
HC owed her education to her father , who had attended Blundell's School in Tiverton (founded in 1604) and whose bookshop stock was no doubt of great use to her. She later wrote that he...
Wealth and Poverty Hannah Cowley
Late in the year of HC 's first major stage success, her father Philip Parkhouse wrote to their patron Lord Harrowby to argue that her literary achievements merited a pension, or else a better position...

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