Robert Whitehall

Standard Name: Whitehall, Robert


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Friends, Associates Mary More
MM 's friends included, in London, a number of scientists or natural philosophers: inventor Robert Hooke (who often visited her, and with whom she discussed dreams), physician and collector Sir Hans Sloane , and scholar...
Literary responses Mary More
MM 's arguments were somewhat rudely countered by Robert Whitehall in The Woman's Right Proved False, In which the True Right is easily discerned. He was, however, responsible for preserving MM 's text.
Ezell, Margaret J. M. The Patriarch’s Wife. University of North Carolina Press.
Occupation Mary More
MM was a portrait-painter and copyist, who left paintings in her family. The only one of her visual works known to survive, heavily retouched, hangs in the Bodleian Library in Oxford. It was thought to...
Publishing Bathsua Makin
She dedicated it To all Ingenious and Vertuous Ladies, more especially to her Highness the Lady Mary , the future queen.
Makin, Bathsua. An Essay to Revive the Antient Education of Gentlewomen. Thomas Parkhurst.
Such ladies by this time included BM 's ex-pupils as well as prospective...
Textual Production Mary More
MM wrote, but did not publish, a poem To the most Ingenious Mr. Robert Whitehall , Fellow of Merton College in Oxon.
Ezell, Margaret J. M. The Patriarch’s Wife. University of North Carolina Press.
Textual Production Mary More
Her fuller title is The Womans Right Or Her Power in a Greater Equality to her Husband proved than is allowed or practised in England from misunderstanding some scriptures, and false rendring others from ye...
Textual Production Mary More
MM offers Jear for Jear in answer to Whitehall 's arguably insulting verse comment on the picture she had donated to the Bodleian Library: To the No Less Virtuous Than Ingenious M[ist]ris Mary More...


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Makin, Bathsua et al. Educating English Daughters. Editors Teague, Frances et al., Iter Academic Press; Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2016.
More, Mary, and Robert Whitehall. The Woman’s Right.