Edward Moore

Standard Name: Moore, Edward
Used Form: Adam Fitz-Adam


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Anthologization Sarah, Lady Pennington
An Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Absent Daughters quickly became a staple of composite volumes directed toward young women's conduct. At Edinburgh a volume of this kind, Instructions for a Young Lady, in every sphere...
Occupation Elizabeth Carter
Edward Moore 's periodical The World mooted the extraordinary concept of EC as principal of an Oxford or Cambridge college: this number may be by Hester Mulso Chapone .
The World. R. and J. Dodsley.
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Publishing Frances Brooke
Edward Moore 's periodical The World printed a number of highly feminist essays which might just plausibly have been written by FB .
The World. R. and J. Dodsley.
Textual Production Frances Brooke
FB 's biographer Lorraine McMullen guesses that Brooke may have taken her Mary Singleton pseudonym from a letter on the unmarried state which appeared in the popular periodical The World (edited by Edward Moore —no...
Textual Production Jane Collier
The Forster Collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum holds one transcribed and three autograph letters from JC (one of them misidentified as being by Edward Moore ).
Textual Production Frances Seymour, Countess of Hertford
This new publication was priced at one shilling. Its full title here was The Story of Inkle and Yarrico: A Most Moving Tale from the Spectator. The first poem opens A youth there was...
Textual Production Elizabeth Moody
Following the death this month of Edward Lovibond , her poetic mentor, EM lamented him in verse; she had addressed poetry to him during his lifetime.
Lovibond, born in 1723, lived at Hampton in Surrey...


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Moore, Edward, editor. The World. R. and J. Dodsley.