William Warburton

Standard Name: Warburton, William


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Friends, Associates Mary Chandler
MC seems to have become the real friend of several women of higher rank than herself, some of whom moved from the position of her customers to that of her patrons: they included Lady Hertford
Friends, Associates Catharine Trotter
Her friends and correspondents in later life included various men with intellectual or theological interests (William Warburton , Thomas Sharp , Archdeacon of Northumberland, Edmund Law , John Aikin the elder ), and her...
Textual Features Elizabeth Griffith
To modern readers EG 's moral-hunting may seem beside the point, but like Elizabeth Montagu (whom she cites admiringly as having given her courage for her own attempt) and theBowdlers , she was interpreting...
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...
Textual Production Catharine Trotter
The fuller title was The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, Theological, Moral, Dramatic, and Poetical. Several of them now first printed. Many of the bluestocking circle subscribed. Two British Library copies have different versions...
Textual Production Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
These poems have been linked since first publication with the names of Pope and Gay . But there are many reasons to think that the contributions of these two were far smaller than has been...


By June 1762: Arthur Murphy anonymously published An Enquiry...

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By June 1762

Arthur Murphy anonymously published An Enquiry into the Nature and Origin of Literary Property.


Trotter, Catharine, and William Warburton. Remarks upon the Principles and Reasonings of Dr. Rutherforth’s Essay on the Nature and Obligations of Virtue. J. and P. Knapton, 1747.