Francis, Anne. Charlotte to Werther. A Poetical Epistle. T. Becket, 1787.
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CL performed this difficult task under pressure of financial need. Her husband helped by compiling the index. When she had finished the work she appealed to Andrew Millar for support: Alexander spent three weeks hiding...
|Publishing||Anna Maria Mackenzie||
The publisher Dodsley advertised as published the first, two-volume novel by the recently widowed Anna Maria Cox (later Mackenzie), whose identity was in any case concealed as a Lady: Burton-Wood. In a Series of...
Her title-page bore her name and of Bignor Park, Sussex.
The volume was dedicated to William Hayley , who, with Bryan Edwards , had helped her with the complicated and anxious business of reaching...
Hilbish, Florence. Charlotte Smith, Poet and Novelist. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1941.
|Textual Production||Anne Francis||
AF published, again through Dodsley , The Obsequies of Demetrius Poliorcetes : A Poem, based on a story in Plutarch .
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
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|Textual Production||Charlotte Lennox||
An anonymous translation from Voltaire , The Age of Lewis XIV, published by Dodsley , has been thought to be by CL ; her biographer Susan Carlile denies this.
Isles, Duncan. “The Lennox Collection”. Harvard Library Bulletin, No. 4, pp. 317 - 44.
Carlile, Susan. Charlotte Lennox. An Independent Mind. University of Toronto Press, 2018.
|Textual Production||Judith Cowper Madan||
This is apparently a revised and expanded version of the text from early 1721 which Ashley Cowper copied in 1747 into The Family Miscellany. This first printing adds an extra forty lines, and several...
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Moody||
Her lament was incorporated in the preface to Lovibond's Poems on Several Occasions, published by James Dodsley in 1785. The same volume includes with her permission a verse answer written to Lovibond several years...
|Textual Production||Laetitia Pilkington||
LP issued through Robert Dodsley her first publication, The Statues; or, The Trial of Constancy, a narrative poem.
Pilkington, Laetitia. Memoirs of Laetitia Pilkington. Elias, A. C.Editor , University of Georgia Press, 1997.
|Textual Production||Radagunda Roberts||
This time she used two leading London publishers: Dodsley and Cadell . She mentioned her previous translation on the title-page, and expressed the hope that this book would become a textbook for girls' schools.
English Short Title Catalogue.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
|Textual Production||Sarah Scott||
R. and J. Dodsley issued Agreeable Ugliness by SS , a translation of La Laideur Aimable by Pierre Antoine de La Place .
Rizzo, Betty, and Sarah Scott. “Introduction”. The History of Sir George Ellison, University Press of Kentucky, 1996, p. ix - xlv.
|Textual Production||Frances Sheridan||
She had written it after fleeing to Blois in France with her family after a theatre riot greeted a performance of Voltaire 's Mahomet, and had intended it to be the first of a...
|Textual Production||Maria Susanna Cooper||
She identified herself on the title-page as the Authoress of the Exemplary Mother, and used Dodsley , her usual publisher. She dedicated her novel in its new form to Letitia, Lady Beauchamp-Proctor (wife of the...