Mary Ann Cavendish Bradshaw

Standard Name: Bradshaw, Mary Ann Cavendish
Birth Name: Mary Ann Jeffereyes
Married Name: Mary Ann Nugent
Titled: Mary Ann, Countess of Westmeath
Married Name: Mary Ann Cavendish Bradshaw
Pseudonym: Priscilla Parlante
MACB was the author of two early nineteenth-century historical novels, and, in her prefatory material, of some incisive comments on novel-writing.
Three-quarter-length painting of Mary Ann Cavendish Bradshaw by Thomas Lawrence, 1806. She is depicted outdoors, in motion, wearing a pink gown and orange shawl, picking grapes with her face turned to the viewer and framed in unruly dark curls.
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