Behn, Aphra. The Works of Aphra Behn. Todd, JanetEditor , William Pickering, 1992.
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While she was still a maid of honour to Mary of Modena , Anne Kingsmill (later AF ) began circulating her poems in manuscript: some political and religious pieces appeared in miscellanies in this decade...
|Employer||Winifred Maxwell, Countess of Nithsdale||
Winifred succeeded her mother as a lady-in-waiting to Mary Beatrice of Modena . While the Jacobite court-in-exile of St Germain was where she primarily worked, she became an expert too on the byzantine routine of...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Lady Lucy Herbert|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Winifred Maxwell, Countess of Nithsdale|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Aphra Behn|
|Literary Setting||Mary Boyle|
|Occupation||Lady Lucy Herbert||
While at St Germain, LLH attended the court of Mary Beatrice of Modena , but it does not appear that she held any official position there as her mother and sister did.
Maxwell Stuart, Flora. Lady Nithsdale and the Jacobites. Traquair House, 1995.
|Occupation||Winifred Maxwell, Countess of Nithsdale|
|Textual Production||Anne Finch|
|Textual Production||Agnes Strickland||
Both sisters were indefatigable researchers. They took as their motto Facts, not Opinions
(though they were more willing to editorialise than the motto might suggest). They lobbied politicians, pulling every possible string to secure...
Pope-Hennessy, Una. Agnes Strickland: Biographer of the Queens of England. Chatto and Windus, 1940.
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On the pregnancy of Mary of Modena , the Stationers' Company licensed AB 's A Congratulatory Poem to Her Most Sacred Majesty on the Universal Hopes of all Loyal Persons for a Prince of Wales.
O’Donnell, Mary Ann. Aphra Behn: An Annotated Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Sources. Garland, 1986.
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Jane Barker||
These royalist poems centre on the female figure of Mary of Modena .
Many refer to specific historical or military events, and lament what Barker sees as a time of misrule. Her language about her...
Prescott, Sarah. “’Who now shall fill the vacant throne?’: Jane Barker and the Debt to Orinda”. British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference, Oxford.