Charlotte Bedingfield

Standard Name: Bedingfield, Charlotte
Used Form: Lady Bedingfield


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Family and Intimate relationships Mary Matilda Betham
MMB never married, but several letters from her friend Charlotte, Lady Bedingfield , sound as if around 1805 and 1806 she entertained the idea of possibly marrying, or of at least becoming engaged to someone...
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Matilda Betham
It was probably in 1807 that Charlotte Bedingfield wrote to MMB , What have You done with all Your Suitors?
Betham, Ernest, editor. A House of Letters. Jarrold and Sons.
Friends, Associates Mary Matilda Betham
Well before her move to London, while she was still a girl, Matilda Betham began to attract the attention of patrons. She was a guest in the houses both of Sir Charles and Lady Boughton or Rouse Boughton
Friends, Associates Margaret Holford
Foremost among the friends whom she evidently made through her writing was Joanna Baillie , with whom she opened a correspondence in 1813 which began with reciprocal compliments, and whose books she energetically publicised. Years...
Friends, Associates Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck
Her close friends also included Sir Richard and Lady Bedingfield , a Catholic couple living in Sydney Place, London. Sarah Wedgwood (wife of Josiah) wrote to a third party of MAS 's charming and...
Literary responses Mary Matilda Betham
MMB said that this book received flattering praises in reviews.
Betham, Mary Matilda. “Preface”. Crow-Quill Flights.
It also brought compliments of some distinguished persons and two tributary effusions from writers from profession: Mr J. (apparently Edward Jerningham ) and...
Literary responses Mary Matilda Betham
Charles Lamb pronounced MMB 's poem (before publication) to be very delicately pretty as to sentiment,
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
while Charlotte Bedingfield felt it would considerably raise MMB 's literary fame.
Betham, Ernest, editor. A House of Letters. Jarrold and Sons.
Allan Cunningham called it full...
Material Conditions of Writing Mary Matilda Betham
She was working on this book as early as December 1798 (years before her move to London, when Charlotte Bedingfield wrote to say she was glad the work was progressing, and wished she had knowledge...
Textual Production Mary Matilda Betham
Matilda Betham published The Lay of Marie , A Poem, dedicated to Lady Bedingfield and advertising itself as from a diss. by G. de la Rue on Marie de France, and abstracts of her lays.
Lamb, Charles, and Mary Lamb. The Letters of Charles and Mary Anne Lamb. Editor Marrs, Edwin J., Cornell University Press.
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