Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

Standard Name: Frederick Lewis,, Prince of Wales
Used Form: Frederick, Prince of Wales


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Dedications Eliza Haywood
EH 's tragedy Frederick, Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburgh, dedicated to Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales , opened at Lincoln's Inn Fields . It was published before the end of the month.
The London Stage 1660-1800. Southern Illinois University Press.
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Spedding, Patrick. A Bibliography of Eliza Haywood. Pickering and Chatto.
Family and Intimate relationships Judith Cowper Madan
Martin Madan had been born in the Caribbean, on the island of Nevis, where his family owned property, but had lived in England since infancy. He rose to be a colonel in the army...
Family and Intimate relationships Lady Louisa Stuart
LLS 's father, the third Earl of Bute , was a serious botanist and patron of science, and a keen amateur actor. He would have remained an obscure Scots peer, but for his chance acquaintance...
Family and Intimate relationships Dorothea Celesia
Her father, David Mallet , was well-known as a poet and dramatist. During Dorothea's childhood his career prospered; he was a friend of Pope and an active member of the political opposition centred on the...
Literary Setting Eliza Haywood
Its protagonist is a distant ancestor of George II's eldest son (freshly arrived in England and created Prince of Wales ), and its title is the same as that which he himself bore in Germany...
Occupation Anne Irwin
AI travelled to Germany, appointed by Queen Caroline to escort Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha to England to marry the Prince of Wales .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
politics Eliza Haywood
Her biographer, Kathryn R. King , gently but firmly demolishes Hayood's claim never to have written anything in a political way. King traces her relations at different times with dissident Whigs, disaffected Tories, crypto-Jacobites...
politics Eliza Haywood
EH 's political allegiance may have been dictated by the need to make a living, or by taking a satirical view of successive centres of political enthusiasm. She wrote opportunistic satire on George II while...
Publishing Frances Seymour, Countess of Hertford
Hertford later included poems of her own composition in her letters to Rowe and to Lord Winchilsea , widower of the poet Anne Finch . She exchanged verse, too, with Frederick, Prince of Wales ...
Textual Features Eliza Haywood
Spedding rejects the dubious works: Vanelia; or, The Amours of the Great (a musical entertainment staged and printed in 1732) which mocks the Prince of Wales whom EH had flattered; and Mr. Taste. The Poetical...
Textual Features Jane Brereton
Each poem is headed by a picture, showing the thatched structure of Merlin's Cave and the stone-built royal hermitage respectively. The first poem, Merlin, is Humbly inscrib'd to Caroline ,
Brereton, Jane. Merlin. Cave.
and after imploring...
Textual Production Grisell Murray
Few of GM 's letters survive, but in winter 1737-8 she was writing to her uncle Alexander, Earl of Marchmont (the little brother Sandy of her memoir about her mother).
Murray, Grisell. Memoirs of the Lives and Characters of the Right Honourable George Baillie of Jerviswood and of Lady Grisell Baillie.
She offered him shrewd...
Textual Production Catharine Trotter
Its full title was Remarks upon the Principles and Reasonings of Dr. Rutherforth 's Essay on the Nature and Obligations of Virtue: In Vindication of the contrary Principles and Reasonings, inforced in the Writings of...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Eliza Haywood
She lavishly flatters the new Prince of Wales . Prince Frederick (eldest son of the present king, George II, whom as Prince of Wales EH had attacked) had grown up in Hanover. Once arrived in...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Frances Seymour, Countess of Hertford
The first event she records was an ultimatum from the Prince of Wales to his father, George II , whom he enraged by demanding Walpole's removal. She describes how, after Walpole fell, power struggles among...


December 1728: George II's eldest son, then Frederick Augustus,...

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December 1728

George II 's eldest son, then Frederick Augustus, Prince of Brunswick-Lunenburg , arrived in England for the first time.

27 April 1736: Frederick Prince of Wales married Princess...

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27 April 1736

Frederick Prince of Wales married Princess Augusta , who had first met him two days before, when she landed in England.

September 1737: George II, in a repeat of his father's actions,...

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September 1737

George II , in a repeat of his father's actions, publicly broke with his heir, the Prince of Wales , who thereafter formed a focus for political Opposition.

27-28 June 1746: Flora Macdonald, in her early twenties, sailed...

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27-28 June 1746

Flora Macdonald , in her early twenties, sailed from the island of Benbecula to Skye with Bonnie Prince Charlie (Charles Edward Stuart ) disguised as her maid.


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