Anne Dewes

Standard Name: Dewes, Anne
Used Form: Ann Dewes
Used Form: Anne Granville
Used Form: Ann Granville


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Family and Intimate relationships Sarah Chapone
SC 's daughter Sally, to whom Mary Delany and her sister were both godparents, was probably born in spring 1731.
Wesley, John. The Works of John Wesley. Clarendon; Oxford University Press.
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Family and Intimate relationships Mary Delany
MD 's younger sister, who became Anne Dewes , was her close friend and lifelong correspondent. While they were both young, however, and Mary pursuing her close friendship with Sarah Kirkham (later Chapone), she was...
Friends, Associates Mary Delany
In Gloucestershire Mary Pendarves found herself the neighbour of Sarah Kirkham (later Sarah Chapone) . They became close friends. Other members of their circle (besides Mary's sister Anne ) were Charles and especially John Wesley
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Elstob
She later told Anne Dewes that she blamed herself for having neglected several overtures of acquaintance, especially the one which Lady Betty Hastings made through the intermediary of Mary Astell while William Elstob was still...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Elstob
By this time, however, she was acquiring a circle of patrons. She had met Sarah Chapone , parson's wife and proto-feminist, who this same year published her anonymous, hard-hitting The Hardships of the English Laws...
Friends, Associates Sarah Chapone
SC 's friendship with John Wesley continued after her marriage, and included Wesley's brother Charles , Mary Pendarves (later Delany) , and Mary's sister Anne Granville , who stayed at her house for a week...
Occupation Sarah Fielding
SF declined an invitation to work as a governess to the young daughter of Anne Dewes (sister of Mary Delany ).
Catto, Susan J. Modest Ambition: The Influence of Henry Fielding, Samuel Richardson, and the Ideal of Female Diffidence on Sarah Fielding, Charlotte Lennox, and Frances Brooke. University of Oxford.
Textual Production Mary Delany
There are sixty-four letters from and fifty letters to MD 's sister, Anne Dewes , among the Montagu Papers in the Huntington Library . Her correspondence from her years in Windsor, some of it unpublished...
Textual Production Mary Delany
MD wrote for her sister a moral romance, Marianna, set among the contemporary upper classes; it was never published.
Blain, Virginia et al., editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford.


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