Archer Clive

Standard Name: Clive, Archer

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Family and Intimate relationships Caroline Clive
At the age of thirty-nine, at Bayton near Shakenhurst, Caroline Meysey-Wigley married the Reverend Archer Clive in defiance of the expectations of those around her.
Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder, 1908.
Mitchell, Charlotte. Caroline Clive, 1801-1873, A Bibliography. Victorian Fiction Research Unit, Department of English, The University of Queenland, 1999.
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Oliphant, Margaret, Eliza Lynn Linton, Edna Lyall, Adeline Sergeant, Charlotte Yonge, Louisa Parr, Katharine S. Macquoid, Mrs Alexander, and Emma Marshall. Women Novelists of Queen Victoria’s Reign. Hurst and Blackett, 1897.
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Family and Intimate relationships Caroline Clive
According to one source, Caroline Meysey-Wigley fixed her affections on the Rev. Archer Clive , who was tall, strong, healthy, good-looking, intelligent, cultivated, travelled, musical, honest, sensible, well-off and well-connected.
Clive, Caroline. Caroline Clive. Clive, MaryEditor , Bodley Head, 1949.
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The general consensus was...
Family and Intimate relationships Caroline Clive
Letters between CC and her husband reveal an affectionate and caring relationship. In a letter to her dated May 1840 he writes: You are rather a shabby correspondent. I have, however, got you Balzac and...
Family and Intimate relationships Caroline Clive
In a letter Florence Nightingale wrote of CC : She is now married and has two children and I never saw happiness so stamped on any human creature's face. I liked her exceedingly and admire...
Health Caroline Clive
CC and her husband were occasionally separated; while he was away she was often ill and anxious. During one of her confinements she wrote: I was afflicted with bad dreams till we got into our...
Intertextuality and Influence Caroline Clive
She kept writing. By 1832 she was showing her manuscripts to the Rev. Archer Clive , whom eight years later she was to marry.
Mitchell, Charlotte. Caroline Clive, 1801-1873, A Bibliography. Victorian Fiction Research Unit, Department of English, The University of Queenland, 1999.
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She occasionally contributed to periodicals. October 1844 saw the publication...
Travel Caroline Clive
In July 1840, Caroline again travelled abroad and while there was joined by Archer Clive . Her great-grandson's wife Mary Clive noted that any reader who has preconceived ideas of how the Early Victorians behaved...

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