Not long after her death, SD
was mentioned by Mary Robinson
as one of the enlightened British women who had enriched their country with valuable translations. Another who agreed about her attainments was Richard Polwhele
Lady Mary Wroth
Sir Egerton Brydges
reprinted extracts from LMW
Roberts, Josephine A., and Lady Mary Wroth. “Introduction and Notes”. The Poems of Lady Mary Wroth, Louisiana State University Press, pp. 3 - 75, 219.
Elizabeth (Cavendish) Egerton, Countess of Bridgewater
The present BL
Egerton MS 607 was at one time owned by the author's descendant Samuel Egerton Brydges
. Two contemporary copies of this manuscript, one of them with extensive and important annotation by the...