Chandler, Mary. A Description of Bath. James Leake, 1733.
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This comedy was printed the next month, with an illustration of one of its scenes, and a dedication to Princess Anne , daughter of the future George II —a sound Whig choice.
Monthly Catalogue, 1714 - 1717. Bernard Lintot.
Bowden, Martha F., and Mary Davys. “Introduction”. The Reform’d Coquet; or, Memoirs of Amoranda; Familiar Letters Betwixt a Gentleman and a Lady; and, The Accomplish’d Rake; or, Modern Fine Gentleman, University Press of Kentucky, 1999, p. ix - xlix.
|Other Life Event||Mary Barber|
EH 's political allegiance may have been dictated by the need to make a living, or by taking a satirical view of successive centres of political enthusiasm. She wrote opportunistic satire on George II while...
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|Textual Features||Mary Latter||
Here the solitary, sorrowing Muse is roused by beams of light and a seraphic vision announcing that This Day—illustrious George becomes a Sire!
The Muse duly announces a blessing on a coming line of...
Latter, Mary. A Lyric Ode. C. Bathurst, 1763.
|Textual Features||Charlotte McCarthy||
CMC here uses a jaunty six-line stanza to complain of corrupt politicians. She also uses some scurrility.
She tells Bedford that if, as expected, he becomes Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (as he did on 15...
Feminist Companion Archive.
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The omission was itself a political statement: the epilogue is a poem in praise of the then German prince who in due course became George II , which also dwells on recent politically-caused friction between...
|Textual Production||Mary, Countess Cowper||
She spared the part covering the first two years, and what she had written for 1720 (mostly the months of April and May).
She must have preserved the latter as evidence that she...
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Mary, Countess Cowper,. “Introduction”. Diary, edited by Charles Spencer Cowper, John Murray, 1864, p. v - xvi.
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