Anne Cary

Standard Name: Cary, Anne
Used Form: Dame Clementina


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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland
Four of Falkland's daughters spent their lives in continental Europe as Catholic nuns enclosed in convents. They were Anne (1615-71, whose religious name was Dame Clementina), Elizabeth (born in 1617, Dame Augustina), Lucy (1619-50, Dame...
Family and Intimate relationships Lucy Cary
Of LC 's sisters, three others became nuns: Anne (1615-71, in religion Dame Clementina), Elizabeth (born in 1617, in religion Dame Augustina), and Mary (c. 1622-1693, in religion Dame Mary). Mary may have contributed to...
Occupation Lucy Cary
Anne Cary was also a court lady to Queen Henrietta Maria . As Dame Clementina she was sent to found a daughter convent in Paris in 1652, and used her influence to secure Henrietta Maria...
Publishing Julian of Norwich
This was the long version, edited and put in print by Serenus Cressy (who had been chaplain to Lady Falkland 's son, and later converted to Catholicism and became a Benedictine monk).
Julian of Norwich,. “Introduction”. A Book of Showings, edited by Edmund Colledge and James Walsh, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, pp. 1-198.
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Textual Production Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland
To work on a translation from the Flemish mystic Louis de Blois, or Blosius (done around 1636), Elizabeth Cary Falkland brushed up her Hebrew and Latin. It was until recently thought to be another lost...
Textual Production Lucy Cary
In her Benedictine convent at Cambrai in Flanders, LC (if not her sister Anne or her sister Mary ) wrote an account of her mother, entitled The Lady Falkland : Her Life by One of Her Daughters.
Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland,. The Tragedy of Mariam, The Fair Queen of Jewry; with, The Lady Falkland: Her Life by One of Her Daughters. Editors Weller, Barry and Margaret W. Ferguson, University of California Press.
Textual Production Lucy Cary
Anne Cary (Dame Clementina in religion) , was a writer like her sister LC , in devotional modes. She compiled instructions for mental prayer and for Divine Office, and devotions from Dom Augustine Baker ...


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