Standard Name: Boyd, Elizabeth
Birth Name: Elizabeth Boyd
Pseudonym: E— B—
Pseudonym: Bartholomew Broadbottom
Used Form: E. B.
Used Form: Eliz. Boyd
was a versatile, ususally satirical author in the earlier half of the eighteenth century. Writing for her livelihood, she undertook a remarkable number of genres, many of which she hybridized or otherwise experimented with. Her poetry includes fantasy and political comment as well as compliments to patrons: she also wrote romance, ballad-opera, masque, and riddles..
Boyd, Elizabeth. Admiral Haddock. Sold by Elizabeth Boyd, 1740.
Boyd, Elizabeth. Altamira’s Ghost. Charles Corbett, 1744.
Boyd, Elizabeth. Don Sancho. Printed for the author, 1739.
Boyd, Elizabeth. The Happy-Unfortunate. Thomas Edlin, 1732.
Boyd, Elizabeth. The Humorous Miscellany. S. Slow, 1733.
Boyd, Elizabeth. The Snail. 1745.
Boyd, Elizabeth. The Vision; or, The Royal Mourners. 1737.
Boyd, Elizabeth. Truth. Printed and sold by the author, 1740.
Boyd, Elizabeth. Variety. T. Warner and B. Creake, 1727.