Augusta Hall, Baroness Llanover

Standard Name: Llanover, Augusta Hall,,, Baroness
Used Form: Lady Llanover

Connections

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Friends, Associates Mary Delany
MD continued to make new friends late in life (though she was said to have declined to meet Hester Thrale ).
Jones, Mary Gwladys. Hannah More. Cambridge University Press, 1952.
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The king and queen were remarkably attentive to her in her widowhood. Prominent...
Friends, Associates Geraldine Jewsbury
GJ 's later social circle included many writers: Sydney, Lady Morgan , who became a close friend and for whom GJ acted as amanuensis; author Lady Llanover ; author and publisher Douglas Jerrold ; and...
Friends, Associates Jane Williams
JW became a member of the literary circle of Augusta Hall, later Lady Llanover (who is known as a patron of Lady Charlotte Guest and as editor of Mary Delany 's autobiography and correspondence).
Fraser, Maxwell. “Jane Williams (Ysgafell) 1806-1885”. Brycheiniog, pp. 95 - 114.
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Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Augusta Hall
Health Jane Williams
She convalesced at Abercarn Uchaf, where Augusta Hall provided much comfort and support.
Fraser, Maxwell. “Jane Williams (Ysgafell) 1806-1885”. Brycheiniog, pp. 95 - 114.
102
Literary responses George Paston
A recent Delany scholar, Janice Farrar Thaddeus , calls this book useful, unromantic, and fairly accurate.
Thaddeus, Janice. “Mary Delany, Model to the Age”. History, Gender & Eighteenth-Century Literature, edited by Beth Fowkes Tobin, University of Georgia Press, 1994, pp. 113 - 40.
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She notes that GP 's methods are those of the professional archival historian: for this book Paston uses...
Publishing Mary Delany
Lady Llanover edited and published MD 's Autobiography and Correspondence, in two sets of three volumes each.
Solo: Search Oxford University Libraries Online.
The Athenaeum Index of Reviews and Reviewers: 1830-1870.
1732 (5 January 1861): 9-11
The Athenaeum Index of Reviews and Reviewers: 1830-1870.
1784 (4 January 1862): 11-5
Publishing Jane Williams
JW published The Origin, Rise, and Progress of the Paper People, with illustrations by Lady Llanover , which describes the world of paper people created by herself and her siblings during her childhood.
British Library Catalogue.
Fraser, Maxwell. “Jane Williams (Ysgafell) 1806-1885”. Brycheiniog, pp. 95 - 114.
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Textual Features Jan Morris
A Writer's House in Wales takes her home, Trefan Morys (originally the stables of Plas Trefan) as a focal point (or rather a summation, a metaphor, a paradigm, a microcosm, an exemplar, a multum in...
Textual Production Mary Delany
MD created work in many visual genres: drawing, painting, silhouettes, cut-paper work, shellwork, and patterns for embroidery as well as the actual embroidery itself. Her collateral descendant and biographer Ruth Hayden remembered as a child...
Textual Production Mary Delany
A few of MD 's letters had already reached print: those to Swift in 1766 and those to Frances Hamilton in 1820. Lady Llanover was an extremely meticulous editor,
Thaddeus, Janice. “Mary Delany, Model to the Age”. History, Gender & Eighteenth-Century Literature, edited by Beth Fowkes Tobin, University of Georgia Press, 1994, pp. 113 - 40.
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who nevertheless felt it incumbent...
Travel Jane Williams
Although she never lived in Wales again, JW returned frequently to visit her brother Edward and his wife Catherine in Talgarth, and Lady Llanover at Llanover House.
Fraser, Maxwell. “Jane Williams (Ysgafell) 1806-1885”. Brycheiniog, pp. 95 - 114.
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Timeline

1850
The earliest periodical for women in Welsh, the monthly Y Gymraes: cylchgrawn i ferched Cymru, issued its first number at Caerdydd or Cardiff. It was funded by Augusta Hall, Lady Llanover , and...