Boase, Frederic. Modern English Biography. F. Cass, 1965.
Standard Name: Tinsley, William
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Emma Robinson||
Her father was Joseph Robinson , a bookseller or publisher at 309 Oxford Street, London.
His behaviour was apparently eccentric, and he disapproved of his daughter's writing.
According to a fellow-publisher, William Tinsley ...
Sutherland, John. The Longman Companion to Victorian Fiction. Longman, 1988.
Aside from her mother, Ouida kept mainly male company. Her circle included (in addition to her publishers William Harrison Ainsworth and William Tinsley ) A. C. Swinburne , Richard Monckton Milnes (famed for his large...
|Friends, Associates||Charlotte Riddell||
CR formed warm personal relationships with many of her professional associates. She mentions genuine friendship with several publishers (even those who on occasion rejected her work): Thomas Cautley Newby and his woman of business,...
|Friends, Associates||Frances Sarah Hoey||
Amongst her close friends FSH counted the novelist and journalist Edmund Yates , who (she recalled in one of her Lady's Letters) introduced her to Charles Dickens . Her relationship with Yates, which was...
|Leisure and Society||Ouida||
William Tinsley , publisher of Ouida 's first novel, Held in Bondage, recalls her having said one evening, gentlemen, suppose my mother and myself are out of the room. Seat yourselves; smoke and drink...
CR 's next publishers, Tinsley Brothers , had close ties to the circulating libraries and provided a real boost to her career. Their biggest recent success had been Mary Elizabeth Braddon 's Lady Audley's Secret...
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Edmund Yates published A Righted Wrong, a novel whose authorship has been challenged: though library catalogues attribute it squarely to Yates, publisher William Tinsley claimed that it was largely written by FSH .
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
OCLC WorldCat. http://www.oclc.org/firstsearch/content/worldcat/, http://www.oclc.org/firstsearch/content/worldcat/. Accessed 1999.
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Brothers William and Edward Tinsley formed a partnership as the Tinsley Brothers , publishers, at 18 Catherine Street, Strand, London.
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