Joseph Collyer

Standard Name: Collyer, Joseph,, the elder

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death Mary Collyer
MC died of a lingering illness which her husband attributed to agitation of mind
Marivaux, Pierre de. “Introduction”. The Virtuous Orphan; or, The Life of Marianne, Countess of *****, edited by William Harlin McBurney and Michael F. Shugrue, translated by. Mary Collyer, Southern Illinois University Press, 1965, p. xi - xliv.
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brought on by her translation from Gessner .
Marivaux, Pierre de. “Introduction”. The Virtuous Orphan; or, The Life of Marianne, Countess of *****, edited by William Harlin McBurney and Michael F. Shugrue, translated by. Mary Collyer, Southern Illinois University Press, 1965, p. xi - xliv.
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Family and Intimate relationships Mary Collyer
Mary Mitchell married, at a City of London church, Joseph Collyer , who worked as a bookseller and an author, and had bought the marriage licence that same day.
Culshaw, Geoff. Geoff’s Genealogy.
Publishing Mary Collyer
The full title was Felicia to Charlotte. Being Letters from a Young Lady in the Country, to Her Friend in Town. Containing a series of the Most Interesting Events, Interspersed with Moral Reflections, Chiefly Tending...
Textual Production Mary Collyer
Joseph Collyer completed this unfinished work after his wife died. Like her previous translation, it was described on its title-page as Attempted from the German.
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It went through a large number of editions. In 1821...
Textual Production Mary Collyer
MC 's translation from the German of Frederick Klopstock 's The Messiah was posthumously published by her husband .
Feminist Companion Archive.
British Library Catalogue.

Timeline

1749
Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock published Der Messias, a religiouspoem in three cantos.
January 1761
Joseph Collyer , husband of the writer Mary Collyer , published The Parents & Guardians Directory, and the Youth's Guide, in the Choice of a Profession or Trade.