In her early forties AF
published her first book, through Dodsley
, by subscription, with her name (spelled Ann): A Poetical Translation of the Song of Solomon, from the Original Hebrew, with a Preliminary...
changed publishers from Dodsley
when she added to the voices raised in response to Goethe
in Charlotte to Werther. A Poetical Epistle.
Francis, Anne. Charlotte to Werther. A Poetical Epistle. T. Becket.
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...
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.
Hilbish, Florence. Charlotte Smith, Poet and Novelist. University of Pennsylvania Press.
The volume was dedicated to William Hayley
, who, with Bryan Edwards
, had helped her with the complicated and anxious business of reaching...
thirty pounds for her second novel, Emily Montague.
Catto, Susan J. Modest Ambition: The Influence of Henry Fielding, Samuel Richardson, and the Ideal of Female Diffidence on Sarah Fielding, Charlotte Lennox, and Frances Brooke. University of Oxford.
Isles, Duncan. “The Lennox Collection”. Harvard Library Bulletin, Vol.
, No. 4, pp. 317-44.
Carlile, Susan. Charlotte Lennox. An Independent Mind. University of Toronto Press.
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...
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...
issued through Robert Dodsley
her first publication, The Statues; or, The Trial of Constancy, a narrative poem.
Pilkington, Laetitia. Memoirs of Laetitia Pilkington. Editor Elias, A. C., University of Georgia Press.
This time she used two leading London publishers: Dodsley
. 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. http://estc.bl.uk/.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Rizzo, Betty, and Sarah Scott. “Introduction”. The History of Sir George Ellison, University Press of Kentucky, p. ix - xlv.
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...
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...
By June 1753: Thomas Gray's Poems were published by Dodsley,...