Pickering and Chatto

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Anthologization Alice Thornton
The editor named on this volume, C. J. (Charles Jackson ) took over the transcription, selection, and arrangement (to achieve a clearer chronological sequence, while claiming to retain everything of interest to readers) from...
Anthologization Charlotte Forman
Pickering and Chatto included CF 's letters to Wilkes in the third volume (Autobiographical Writings) of their Depression and Melancholy, 1660-1800, 2012.
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Anthologization Elisabeth Wast
The title is the same one given to the posthumous memoirs of Catharine Colace Ross , published eleven years later. The National Library of Scotland holds a copy of this edition, of which most standard...
Anthologization Elizabeth Freke
The combined text contained in both commonplace-books has had two editions during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Mary Carbery , a descendant by marriage, published at Cork in Ireland in 1913 Mrs. Elizabeth Freke: Her...
Anthologization Helen Maria Williams
This is reprinted in Pickering and Chatto 's 8-volume set Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation: Writings in the British Romantic Period, 1999.
Anthologization Ann Taylor Gilbert
Forty of the rhymes were by Ann.
Gilbert, Ann Taylor. Ann Taylor Gilbert’s Album. Stewart, Christina DuffEditor , Garland, 1978.
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The volume includes Jane's Twinkle, twinkle, little star (The Star). For this Darton and Harvey paid the sisters twenty pounds, so that, with their earnings...
Anthologization Jane Wiseman
The price was sixpence.
Monthly Catalogue, 1723-1730. Gregg Press.
It is included in Pickering and Chatto 's Eighteenth-Century English Labouring-Class Poets, 1700-1740.
Anthologization Elizabeth Carter
She occupies volume two in Pickering and Chatto 's series Bluestocking Feminism: Writings of the Bluestocking Circle, 1738-1790, 1999, general editor Gary Kelly . This volume includes her Epictetus, her two Rambler essays...
Anthologization Mary Martha Sherwood
MMS published The Re-Captured Negro (now reprinted in Pickering and Chatto 's eight-volume set Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation: Writings in the British Romantic Period 1999).
This series unfortunately includes nothing by Eliza Heyrick or Hannah Kilham
Anthologization Mary Scott
Pickering and Chatto includes published and unpublished writings by MS (as well as work by Anne Steele , her niece Mary Steele, later Dunscombe , Elizabeth Heyrick , and Maria Grace Saffery ) in the...
Anthologization Mary Martha Sherwood
MMS wrote later, It was a matter of course to me that I was to write, and also a matter of instinct. My head was always busy in inventions, and it was a delight to...
Anthologization Anna Seward
E. M. Forster presented twenty letters by AS in 1939 to the Dr Johnson Birthplace Museum in Lichfield, where they still remain.
Chisholm, Kate. “Bluestocking Feminism”. New Rambler, pp. 60 - 6.
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AS has some poems and letters included in volume four of...
Anthologization Elizabeth Cobbold
The poems are The Vizir, The Village Wake, The Return from the Crusade, The Prussian Officer, Humanity, and Atomboka and Omaza: An African Story, which last is reprinted in...
Anthologization Isabella Lickbarrow
Subscribers included Wordsworth , Southey , and De Quincey , all of them writers living in the area. Commentator Jonathan Wordsworth suggests that the subscription list, which clearly took careful fund-raising work, may have been...
Anthologization Anne Steele
Pickering and Chatto includes AS 's Miscellaneous Pieces in Verse and Prose, 1780, and Verses for Children, 1788 (as well as work by Mary Scott , Steele's niece Mary , and Maria Grace Saffery

Timeline

19 June 1725
Dorothy Stanley , née Milborne, published by subscription Sir Philip Sidney 's Arcadia Moderniz'd, in four books (coinciding with the thirteenth edition of the original romance).
English Short Title Catalogue.
February 1793
William Godwin published his Enquiry Concerning Political Justice, a radical text which was highly influential, not least for Godwin's future son-in-law Percy Bysshe Shelley .