Schwoerer, Lois. Lady Rachel Russell: "One of the Best of Women". Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988.
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|Friends, Associates||Sarah Green|
|Friends, Associates||Emmeline Pankhurst|
|Health||Queen Elizabeth I|
|Occupation||Philip Dormer Stanhope, fourth Earl of Chesterfield|
|politics||Lady Rachel Russell|
|politics||Queen Elizabeth I|
|Textual Production||Queen Victoria||
Victoria's first publication was Leaves from the Journal of Our Life in the Highlands. The idea for publishing selections from her journal arose when the queen showed editor Arthur Helps extracts of the memoirs...
|Textual Production||Anne Whitehead||
They both set their names on the title-page, but Elson is said inside to be the author of one short passage only. Their fuller title was An Epistle for True Love, Unity, and Order in...
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Cellier||
The printing of EC 's famous pamphlet, Malice Defeated, her account of the false accusation laid against her in the Meal Tub Plot, was halted by the Privy Council .
Gardiner, Anne Barbeau, and Elizabeth Cellier. “Introduction”. Malice Defeated and The Matchless Rogue, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, 1988, p. iii - xiv.
|Textual Production||Queen Elizabeth I||
QEI wrote a letter to a member of her Privy Council and another civil servant, to authorise the use of torture in extracting intelligence from suspected plotters.
Elizabeth I, Queen. Elizabeth I: Collected Works. Marcus, Leah S., Janel M. Mueller, and Mary Beth RoseEditors , University of Chicago Press, 2000.
|Textual Production||Sarah Green|
|Wealth and Poverty||Elizabeth Clinton, Countess of Lincoln||
After a dozen years of marriage, however, her parents-in-law were being pressed by the Privy Council (at the behest of Queen Elizabeth ) to provide suitable accommodation for the young couple and their growing family.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.