John Davies of Hereford

Standard Name: Davies of Hereford, John
Used Form: Sir John Davies

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Education Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland
It seems that John Davies of Hereford acted as Elizabeth's tutor, since in 1612 he referred to her as his pupil.
Peterson, Lesley. Emails about Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland, to Isobel Grundy.
Family and Intimate relationships Lady Eleanor Douglas
This seems not to have been a love-match. Sir John was at this time nearly fifty and physically unattractive. He was a family friend from Wiltshire.
He is not to be confused with John Davies of Hereford
Friends, Associates Lady Mary Wroth
LMW was praised in verse by George Chapman and John Davies of Hereford.
He is not to be confused with Sir John Davies , husband of the prophecy writer who later became Lady Eleanor Douglas
Literary responses Mary Sidney Herbert, Countess of Pembroke
The fact that Mary Sidney did not print the psalms, as she did her brother's poems, says something about her attitudes both to print and to her own ranked and gendered identity as an author...
Literary responses Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland
Sir John Davies of Hereford, in dedicating The Muses Sacrifice, 1612, to Elizabeth Lady Cary, Lady Pembroke , and Lucy Russell, Countess of Bedford , praised Cary's plays as a source of pride to...
Occupation Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland
Elizabeth Cary was mentioned by John Davies of Hereford in 1612 (with Lady Pembroke and Lucy Russell, Countess of Bedford ) as a leading patron.
Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland, and Lucy Cary. “Introduction and Editorial Materials”. The Tragedy of Mariam, The Fair Queen of Jewry; with, The Lady Falkland: Her Life by One of Her Daughters, edited by Barry Weller and Margaret W. Ferguson, University of California Press, 1994, pp. 1 - 59; various pages.
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Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland, and Lucy Cary. “Introduction and Editorial Materials”. The Tragedy of Mariam, The Fair Queen of Jewry; with, The Lady Falkland: Her Life by One of Her Daughters, edited by Barry Weller and Margaret W. Ferguson, University of California Press, 1994, pp. 1 - 59; various pages.
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Textual Production Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland
It seems that Elizabeth Cary wrote another play, now lost. Sir John Davies of Hereford referred to it, along with Mariam, in 1612.

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