Gilbert White

Standard Name: White, Gilbert


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Friends, Associates Jane Warton
Some of her brothers' friends (notably John Mulso and the naturalist Gilbert White ) were friends of Jane's;
Reid, Hugh. “Jenny: The Fourth Warton”. Notes and Queries, Vol.
continuous series 231
, No. 1, pp. 84-92.
through John she became a friend of his sister, later Hester Mulso Chapone . Hester cryed...
Friends, Associates Hester Mulso Chapone
Hester Mulso became a member of Samuel Richardson 's circle (as depicted in the well-known drawing by Susanna Highmore ), and engaged with him in lively debate on the position, status, and duties of unmarried...
Intertextuality and Influence Flora Thompson
The origin of the title has not been established: it may have come from Sir Walter Scott 's Peveril of the Peak, or from any one of the several place-names in which this element...
Intertextuality and Influence Catharine Parr Traill
Many of CPT 's early works were published with the Quaker publishing firm Harvey and Darton . Peterman sees in these works the influence of Virgil , Izaak Walton , Mary Russell Mitford , and Gilbert White .
New, William H., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 99. Gale Research.
Textual Production Sylvia Townsend Warner
STW edited and published, complete with her introduction and notes, The Portrait of a Tortoise: Extracted from the Journals and Letters of Gilbert White, about White 's tortoise, Timothy.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Harman, Claire. Sylvia Townsend Warner: A Biography. Chatto and Windus.
Textual Production Kathleen E. Innes
KEI 's Hampshire Pilgrimages: Men and women who have sojourned in Hampshire, presented brief lives of Austen , Charlotte Mary Yonge , Florence Nightingale , Gilbert White , William Cobbett , and Joseph Stevens .
Harvey, Kathryn. "Driven by War into Politics": A Feminist Biography of Kathleen Innes. University of Alberta.


8 June 1783-February 1784: Successive eruptions of poisonous gases and...

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8 June 1783-February 1784

Successive eruptions of poisonous gases and particles of dust and lava from the Laki volcanic fissure in Iceland created severe damage and hardship across and beyond northern Europe.


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