Thomas Gibbons

Standard Name: Gibbons, Thomas


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Anthologization Elizabeth Bury
Her work was again reprinted in volume 2 of Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women, Who Were Ornaments to Their Sex, Blessings to Their Families, and Edifying Examples to the Church and the World, edited...
Family and Intimate relationships Lucy Hutton
From 1770 William Hutton also kept a record of parish affairs in large folio in the church vestry, which he called the Repository. He marked his second wedding day in 1771 by repositing this...
Friends, Associates Phillis Wheatley
Her enumeration of those she met in London is impressive, including several noblemen, Benjamin Franklin , the scientist Daniel Solander , the religious poet and hymn-writer Thomas Gibbons , the abolitionist Granville Sharp (who took...
Reception Elisabeth Wast
EW was included in Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women, 1804 (first edited by Thomas Gibbons in 1777, re-issued with a second volume by George Jerment ).
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Textual Features Mary Matilda Betham
MMB also has strong coverage of writers, scholars, and activists, like Anne Askew , Mary Astell (whose uncle she credits with having generously tutored her), and Ann Bacon . She seems to have excluded the...


By August 1777: The Rev. Thomas Gibbons published Memoirs...

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By August 1777

The Rev. Thomas Gibbons published Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women, addressed to parents of present-day women or girls, and dedicated to the Countess of Huntingdon .


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