James Montgomery

Standard Name: Montgomery, James

Connections

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Anthologization Ann Taylor Gilbert
ATG contributed to James Montgomery 's anthology The Chimney-Sweeper's Friend, and Climbing-Boy's Album.
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Gilbert, Ann Taylor. Ann Taylor Gilbert’s Album. Stewart, Christina DuffEditor , Garland, 1978.
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Dedications Ann Taylor Gilbert
Young Josiah had the idea for this volume when he had been staying with the Taylors, and his father, Thomas Conder , was the book's publisher.
Armitage, Doris Mary. The Taylors of Ongar. W. Heffer and Sons, 1939.
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The young authors dedicated it both to James Montgomery
Education Mary Howitt
Her sister Ann had become a pupil at this school the previous year. Kilham involved the girls in visiting the poor, and her friendship with the poet James Montgomery first awoke Mary's interest in the...
Family and Intimate relationships Jemima Tautphoeus
James Montgomery , JT 's father, was a landowner and gentleman.
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Sutherland, John. The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction. Stanford University Press, 1989.
The headnote to her anonymous novel The Initials states that the author's father was the Lord High Chancellor of England, but no other source confirms this.
Tautphoeus, Jemima. The Initials. T. B. Peterson and Brothers, 1879.
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Friends, Associates Hannah Kilham
As a Quaker she met William Allen , president of the African Association , who interested her in the welfare of the black colony at Sierra Leone. She was also a friend of James Montgomery
Friends, Associates Sarah Pearson
The thousand subscribers to SP 's first publication suggest that she had an impressive circle of friends and contacts in Sheffield and also in the Channel Islands. She and her writings were well known...
Friends, Associates Lucy Aikin
In her memoirs LA claims to have been acquainted with all the notable literary women of her time. She was a close friend of Joanna Baillie and Elizabeth Ogilvy Benger . Another important friend and...
Intertextuality and Influence Barbara Hofland
The title-page quotes James Montgomery . The story, set in the seventeenth century, opens as Iwanowna marries Frederic Moldovani on her nineteenth birthday. News of his death closes the first volume; but tragedy is held...
Intertextuality and Influence Christina Rossetti
The volume, dedicated to her mother and taking from James Montgomery its epigraph—A day's march nearer home
Rossetti, Christina. Time Flies. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; E. and J. B. Young, 1902.
title page
notes for each day the observances of the Anglican Church calendar, sometimes directly engaging...
Literary responses Ann Taylor Gilbert
Those who left a record of their enthusiasm for these little books included Robert Southey , Dr Thomas Arnold of Rugby School, and Archbishop Whately . James Montgomery and Maria Edgeworth were particularly appreciative of Ann.
Armitage, Doris Mary. The Taylors of Ongar. W. Heffer and Sons, 1939.
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Publishing Elizabeth Ogilvy Benger
It appeared jointly with James Montgomery 's West Indies, A Poem and James Grahame 's Africa Delivered. The volume has engravings by Robert Smirke .
Benger, Elizabeth Ogilvy, James Montgomery, and James Grahame. “A Poem, Occasioned by the Abolition of the Slave Trade, in 1806”. Poems on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, R. Bowyer, 1809.
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Publishing Barbara Hofland
James Montgomery , editor of the Sheffield paper the Iris, helped with encouragement and advertising. He printed the poetry volume at the Iris office in Sheffield, with a ruined-abbey frontispiece and a title-page...
Publishing Barbara Hofland
BH began as she meant to go on. In the same year as her first short novel for children, 1809, she also produced La Fete de la Rose; or, The Dramatic Flowers. A Holiday Present...
Reception Charlotte Lennox
Among modern scholars, Duncan Isles called this the fullest and probably most reliable biography, and Susan Carlile regrets that it has not been more used.
Carlile, Susan. “Expanding the Feminine: Reconsidering Charlotte Lennox’s Age and The Life of Harriot Stuart”. Eighteenth-Century Novel, edited by Albert J. Rivero and George Justice, pp. 103 - 37.
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This year three magazines ran articles about CL (a...
Textual Production Sarah Pearson
In 1825 SP dreamed of publishing another volume of poetry. She consulted James Montgomery , but received a very discouraging response. Books of this kind had no hope of success, wrote Montgomery, irrespective of their...

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