John Carteret, first Earl Granville

Standard Name: Granville, John Carteret,,, first Earl
Used Form: Lord Carteret

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Dedications Constantia Grierson
CG published her edition of the comedies of Terence (with the editorial materials written in Latin), dedicated to Robert Carteret , the small son of the Viceroy , who could only barely have begun the...
Dedications Constantia Grierson
CG published her edition of Tacitus : three volumes in slightly larger format, dedicated this time to the Viceroy himself, Lord Carteret (later Granville) , who, she said, had suggested the work and encouraged its progress.
Elias, A. C. “A Manuscript of Constantia Grierson’s”. Swift Studies, pp. 33 -56.
40, 47
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Delany
He wrote to propose marriage very soon after his first wife's death, in terms suggesting that he intended this middle-aged marriage should be sexual as well as companionate.
Thaddeus, Janice. “Mary Delany, Model to the Age”. History, Gender & Eighteenth-Century Literature, edited by Beth Fowkes Tobin, University of Georgia Press, 1994, pp. 113 - 40.
116-17, 132
Mary Pendarves found it easy...
Textual Features Anne Finch
In this poem, AF thanks Lord Carteret for sending her a miniature of Charles XII of Sweden .
Finch, Anne. “Introduction / Editors’ Note”. The Anne Finch Wellesley Manuscript Poems: A Critical Edition, edited by Barbara McGovern and Charles H. Hinnant, University of Georgia Press, 1998, p. xv - l.
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Textual Production Mary Barber
They are To his Excellency the Lord Carteret . Occasion'd by seeing a Poem Intitled, The Birth of Manly Virtue, anonymous, and The Widow Gordon's Petition: To the Right Honourable the Lady Carteret...
Textual Production Anne Finch
AF composed the latest dated poem in her Wellesley Manuscript, To His Excellency the Lord Cartret at Stockholm.
Finch, Anne. “Introduction / Editors’ Note”. The Anne Finch Wellesley Manuscript Poems: A Critical Edition, edited by Barbara McGovern and Charles H. Hinnant, University of Georgia Press, 1998, p. xv - l.
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Textual Production Constantia Grierson
Barber's volume (not, as it turned out, entered in the Stationers' Register until 17 May 1735) includes Upon my Son's speaking Latin in School to less Advantage than English, which is said to be...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Eliza Haywood
The Female Spectator is acutely class-conscious, and addresses its advice on education to the gentry or aspiring gentry—while also delivering the message, as critic Iona Italia puts it, that [g]entlemen may be a subgroup of...

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