Richard Whately

Standard Name: Whately, Richard


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Friends, Associates Felicia Hemans
Lady Morgan , the young Robert Perceval Graves (tutor of her youngest son, and later a clergyman) and his wife, Sir William Rowan Hamilton , Archbishop Whately , and Blanco White were among FH 's...
Literary responses Ann Taylor Gilbert
Those who left a record of their enthusiasm for these little books included Robert Southey , Dr Thomas Arnold of Rugby School, and Archbishop Whately . James Montgomery and Maria Edgeworth were particularly appreciative of Ann.
Armitage, Doris Mary. The Taylors of Ongar. W. Heffer and Sons.
Literary responses Maria Jane Jewsbury
The warmest appreciation of MJJ 's Austen criticism came from George Henry Lewes in July 1859. He also, however, attributed the piece to Whately when he quoted extensively from it in an essay on Austen
Literary responses Jane Taylor
Most famous and beloved of all the contents of these books is undoubtedly Jane's The Star, better known as Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star, sometimes classed as a nursery rhyme, which first appeared in...
Publishing Maria Jane Jewsbury
Henry Austen , the source of many of MJJ 's opinions about his sister , recycled parts of this piece for Bentley 's new edition of Austen 's novels in 1833. (He omitted MJJ 's...
Residence Felicia Hemans
Finding herself increasingly weak, FH moved from Redesdale at Kilmacud (the country seat of Archbishop Whately ), back to Dawson Street in Dublin in order to be closer to her physicians.
Hughes, Harriet Browne Owen, and Felicia Hemans. “Memoir of Mrs. Hemans”. The Works of Mrs. Hemans, W. Blackwood, pp. 1-315.
Elwood, Anne Katharine. Memoirs of the Literary Ladies of England, from the Commencement of the Last Century. Henry Colburn.


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