George Thomason

Standard Name: Thomason, George

Connections

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Publishing Anne Bradstreet
AB 's brother-in-law the Rev. John Woodbridge , having travelled to London in 1647, entered her poems with the Stationers' Register . They appeared in print as The Tenth Muse on (according to George Thomason ) 5 July.
English Short Title Catalogue.
Bradstreet, Anne. “The Introduction”. The Complete Works of Anne Bradstreet, edited by Joseph R. McElrath and Allan P. Robb, Twayne, 1981, p. xi - xlii.
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Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Textual Production Margaret Fell
MF set her initials to A Loving Salutation to the Seed of Abraham among the Jewes, also probably printed in 1656 as its title-page says, and re-issued by a different publisher in 1660.
OCLC WorldCat.
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Textual Production Anna Hume
Evan Tyler , the King's Printer at Edinburgh, issued, with her name, AH 's The Triumphs of Love: Chastitie: Death: Translated out of Petrarch.
The date comes from George Thomason 's annotation. Since...
Textual Production Susanna Parr
SP defended herself in Susanna's Apologie against the Elders, when Lewis Stucley , minister of her former Independent congregation in Exeter, excommunicated her as climax of a prolonged mutual enmity.
The day and...
Textual Production Hester Shaw
HS issued a second pamphlet, Mrs. Shaws Innocency Restored, according to collector George Thomason .
English Short Title Catalogue.
Textual Production Hester Shaw
The full date was supplied on his copy by collector George Thomason . The title-page date is 1649, and the date of the fire is given as 4 January 1649: according to Old Style, January...
Textual Production Anna Trapnel
AT 's pamphlet Strange and Wonderful Newes from White-Hall was assigned to this date by the collector of ephemeral writing George Thomason .
Trapnel, Anna. “Introduction”. The Cry of a Stone, edited by Hilary Hinds, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2000, p. xiii - xlvii.
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Textual Production Anna Trapnel
Thomason assigned to this date AT 's A Legacy for Saints, another look at the stirring events of this year.
Trapnel, Anna. “Introduction”. The Cry of a Stone, edited by Hilary Hinds, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2000, p. xiii - xlvii.
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Textual Production Elizabeth Warren
Its fuller title is The Old and Good Way Vindicated: In a Treatise, Wherein Divers Errours, (Both in Judgement and Practice, Incident to These Declining Times) are Unmasked, for the Caution of Humble Christians...
Textual Production Elizabeth Warren
The fuller title is Spiritual Thrift; or, Meditations Wherein Humble Christians (as in a Mirrour) May View the Verity of Their Saving Graces, and May See How to Make a Spirituall Improvement of All Opportunities...
Textual Production Elizabeth Warren
The fuller title is A Warning-Peece from Heaven, Against the Sins of the Times, Inciting Us to Fly from the Vengeance to Come; or, Mournfull Meditations of Revealed Wrath, Appearing in the Progresse of our...
Textual Production Hester Biddle
HB issued her two first tracts on the same day: the almost identical Wo to thee City of Oxford and Wo to thee Towne of Cambridge.
The date comes from George Thomason , an...
Textual Production Katherine Chidley
The collector George Thomason , who wrote the date on his copy of this tract, also expanded C. to Chidley at the foot of the title-page.
English Short Title Catalogue.
This text is available online from Women Writers Online, www.wwp.northeastern.edu/wwo/.
Textual Production Margaret Fell
This is the date given by George Thomason , in his contemporary collection of tracts, to MF 's anonymous For Manasseth ben Israel : The Call of the Jewes out of Babylon.
Thomason uses...

Timeline

9 June 1645
James Strong , a local clergyman calling himself a Batchelour, published, apparently at London, Joanereidos: or, Feminine Valour: Eminently Discovered in Westerne Women, celebrating the military skills of west-country women in the English Civil War.
2 January 1646
According to collector George Thomason , this was the publication date of Poems of Mr. John Milton , both English and Latin. Compos'd at several times, which was dated 1645. It included the paired...
5 January 1649
An English widow named Johanna Cartwright , resident in Amsterdam with her son Ebenezer , presented to General Sir Thomas Fairfax a pamphlet whose lengthy title begins The Petition of the Jewes.
2 January 1651
Charles Gerbier published a formal defence of women: Elogium Heroinum: Or, The Praise of Worthy Women.
By November 1651
Anna Weamys , aged about twenty, published as a young gentle-woman, Mrs. A.W., A Continuation of Sir Philip Sydney 's Arcadia.
25 June 1652
Eliza's Babes, or The Virgins-Offering, a book of poetry, was published now (according to George Thomason ): the work of an anonymous Lady, who onely desires to advance the glory of God, and not her own.
2 October 1653
According to George Thomason , William Harvey published this day the first English version of his pioneering work on the circulation of the blood.
October 1658
The Whole Duty of Man appeared: a hugely influential guide to religious living, ascribed generally to Richard Allestree but sometimes to others, notably Dorothy, Lady Pakington .