Sir Richard Fanshawe

Standard Name: Fanshawe, Sir Richard

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Family and Intimate relationships Ann, Lady Fanshawe
At Wolvercote just north of Oxford, Ann Harrison married Sir Richard Fanshawe , poet, translator, and royalist diplomat, first cousin of her mother and about twice her age.
Ann, Lady Fanshawe, Anne Halkett, and Ann, Lady Fanshawe. “The Memoirs of Ann, Lady Fanshawe”. The Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett, and Ann, Lady Fanshawe, edited by John Loftis and John Loftis, Clarendon Press, 1979, pp. 101 - 92.
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Halkett, Anne, and Ann, Lady Fanshawe. “Note on the Text; A Chronology of Sir Richard Fanshawe and Ann, Lady Fanshawe”. The Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett and Ann, Lady Fanshawe, edited by John Loftis, Clarendon Press, 1979, pp. 91 - 9.
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Family and Intimate relationships Ann, Lady Fanshawe
Ann, Lady Fanshawe , bore her daughter Margaret in Yorkshire, during an interval of family peace, while her husband worked at his well-known translation of Os Lusiadas (The Lusiads), the Portuguese national...
Family and Intimate relationships Ann, Lady Fanshawe
While her husband was imprisoned in Whitehall, Ann, Lady Fanshawe , visited every day at 4 a.m. by the light of a lantern in all weathers, and succeeded in securing his release by means...
Family and Intimate relationships Ann, Lady Fanshawe
Ann Fanshawe 's husband died in Madrid at the age of fifty-eight; he had been recalled to England but had not yet acted on the summons.
This was 26 June in the New Style already...
Friends, Associates Gertrude Thimelby
Family friends included Richard Fanshawe
Literary responses Gertrude Thimelby
Richard Fanshawe (the same whose wife later wrote memoirs of him and their life together) responded to GT 's poetry with a poem of his own which likens her and her sister Constance to swans.
Thimelby, Gertrude. Tixall Poetry. Clifford, ArthurEditor , J. Ballantyne, 1813.
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Sanders, Julie. “The Coterie Writing of the Astons and the Thimelbys”. Women Writing 1550-1750, edited by Jo Wallwork and Paul Salzman, English Program, School of Communication, Arts and Critical Enquiry, La Trobe University, 2001, pp. 47 -57.
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Textual Features Ann, Lady Fanshawe
ALF begins her text by addressing her son in the tone of a homily: he is to profit by his father 's example. Thereafter, though her focus remains always on her husband, she has some...
Travel Ann, Lady Fanshawe
Ann Fanshawe sailed with her husband for Lisbon in Portugal, where he was appointed British Ambassador.
Halkett, Anne, and Ann, Lady Fanshawe. “Note on the Text; A Chronology of Sir Richard Fanshawe and Ann, Lady Fanshawe”. The Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett and Ann, Lady Fanshawe, edited by John Loftis, Clarendon Press, 1979, pp. 91 - 9.
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Travel Ann, Lady Fanshawe
Ann Fanshawe sailed with her husband on the journey to Madrid, where he was appointed British Ambassador to Spain.
Halkett, Anne, and Ann, Lady Fanshawe. “Note on the Text; A Chronology of Sir Richard Fanshawe and Ann, Lady Fanshawe”. The Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett and Ann, Lady Fanshawe, edited by John Loftis, Clarendon Press, 1979, pp. 91 - 9.
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