Jemima, Marchioness Grey

Standard Name: Grey, Jemima,,, Marchioness
Used Form: Jemima, Lady Grey
Used Form: Jemima Campbell


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Anthologization Catherine Talbot
It appeared in the Magazine of Magazines the following month, and in a collection the month after that, an appearance on which Jemima, Lady Grey , had to urge CT not to be too upset...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Montagu
The leading figures in the movement were Montagu herself (who spent freely in hospitality, and who was later dubbed the Queen of the Bluestockings or Queen of the Blues) and Carter (the most intellectually...
Friends, Associates Catherine Talbot
Her closest friends in childhood were Jemima Campbell (later Marchioness Grey) and Lady Mary Grey (later Gregory) .
Myers, Sylvia Harcstark. The Bluestocking Circle: Women, Friendship, and the Life of the Mind in Eighteenth-Century England. Clarendon.
Literary historian Sylvia Harcstark Myers relates a story about the anxiety which Jemima, Lady Grey, claimed...
Textual Production Catherine Talbot
The friends were Jemima and her husband and brother-in-law . Their set of Oriental Tales to be called African Tales remained unfinished, but the Athenian Letters; or, The Epistolary Correspondence of an Agent of the...
Textual Production Catherine Talbot
CT was, like most of her contemporaries, an assiduous and entertaining correspondent. Letters that she wrote to Jemima Campbell (later Lady Grey) and Lady Mary Grey (later Gregory) were copied and circulated by Thomas Birch


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