George Wilson Meadley

Standard Name: Meadley, George Wilson

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Friends, Associates Ann Jebb
During her last years AJ became a friend of George Wilson Meadley , whom she met in 1808, when Meadley was writing a biography of William Paley and she made copies of correspondence for him...
Literary responses Ann Jebb
George Wilson Meadley called both the series of letters to Cartwright and to Disney very interesting.
Meadley, George William. “Memoir of Mrs. Jebb”. The Monthly Repository, Vol.
7
, pp. 597 - 604, 661.
603, 667
He did, however, think that AJ had a tendency to be too politically optimistic.
Literary responses Ann Jebb
Meadley called the John Bull pamphlets spirited and judicious.
Meadley, George William. “Memoir of Mrs. Jebb”. The Monthly Repository, Vol.
7
, pp. 597 - 604, 661.
663
Publishing Ann Jebb
Following AJ 's death, excerpts from her personal correspondence were printed in the Monthly Repository in the substantial obituary by George Wilson Meadley .
Meadley, George William. “Memoir of Mrs. Jebb”. The Monthly Repository, Vol.
7
, pp. 597 - 604, 661.
601ff, 661ff
Textual Features Ann Jebb
The latest letter of AJ 's that Meadley printed, written ten weeks before her death, expresses continuing anguish over this detestable war.
Meadley, George William. “Memoir of Mrs. Jebb”. The Monthly Repository, Vol.
7
, pp. 597 - 604, 661.
667
Textual Production Ann Jebb
Before William Paley published The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy, 1785, AJ wrote some material for him to read about her views of falsehood as the root of all evil.
Meadley, George William. “Memoir of Mrs. Jebb”. The Monthly Repository, Vol.
7
, pp. 597 - 604, 661.
670
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