Lady Anne Barnard

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Standard Name: Barnard, Lady Anne
Birth Name: Anne Lindsay
Styled: Lady Anne Lindsay
Married Name: Lady Anne Barnard
Indexed Name: Lady Anne Barnard
LAB , in her twenties a notable contributor to the Scots ballad revival, became during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries a memoirist, political letter-writer, diarist, and travel-writer, as well as a fine illustrator.
Black and white photo of a miniature of Lady Anne Barnard. She sits writing with a quill on a sheet of paper, but pauses to look up and to her right with a half-smile. She wears a loose open jacket over a white high-necked blouse, and a large, soft hat in several dark and white layers, with dark feathers on top. Her hair, too, is dark.
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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Isabella Spence
These uncles gave her at least two remarkable aunts by marriage: James's wife was Henrietta (born Cummyng or Cumming) , whose life was written by Isabella Kelly , and Alexander's wife was Margaret (later Bland Burges
Family and Intimate relationships Lilian Bowes Lyon
She was born on her father's side into the family of one eighteenth-century writer, Mary Eleanor Bowes, Countess of Strathmore , and on her mother's (collaterally) into that of another, Lady Anne Barnard .
Friends, Associates Isabella Kelly
Her friends or perhaps patrons included General Henry Seymour Conway (father of the writer-sculptor Anne Damer ) and his whole family.
Kelly, Isabella. A Collection of Poems and Fables. Richardson, 1794.
39-40
Matthew Lewis (though given his general view of fiction by women he may...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Isabella Spence
EIS says that her early friendship with Jane and Anna Maria Porter was inherited, developing from the friendship between their parents,
Spence, Elizabeth Isabella. Letters from the North Highlands, During the Summer 1816. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1817.
325-6
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Anna Maria Porter
which had been formed, no doubt, in Durham. In...
Friends, Associates Alison Cockburn
She wrote that some of my most steady friends thro' Life were my childhood companions, girls she had been at school with.
Cockburn, Alison. Letters and Memoirs. Craig-Brown, ThomasEditor , David Douglas, 1900.
2
Besides Ramsay (whom, too, she had known since her girlhood), Burns
Literary responses Lady Charlotte Elliot
LCE received little critical attention either during or after her lifetime. The Athenæum obituary by Theodore Watts described her as perhaps the latest noticeable addition to that bright roll of female poets of which Scotland...
Literary responses Susanna Blamire
In 1886 the Dictionary of National Biography said SBdeserves more recognition than she has yet received.
Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder, 1908.
An article in the Journal of the Lakeland Dialect Society in 1947 argued that her best work was...
Textual Features Isabella Kelly
IK tells with decorous energy the story of a remarkable woman. Henrietta Fordyce (née Cummyng), whom IK had known well in her youth, was brought up with Lady Anne Barnard .
IK gives a rather...
Textual Production Alison Cockburn
Like other Scotswomen of the gentry class whose names are associated with the eighteenth-century ballad revival, AC frequently marked occasions in her circle with personal and occasional poems. Only a small proportion of her output...
Textual Production Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
Purdie and Smith worked at the behest of an all-female editorial committee
McGuirk, Carol. “Jacobite History to National Song: Robert Burns and Carolina Oliphant (Baroness Nairne)”. The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, No. 2/3, pp. 253 - 87.
258
The anthology came out in six volumes, printing the music along with the words of its songs; its editor was the greatest...
Textual Production Alison Cockburn
AC addressed the earliest letter in her later printed collection (which is partly in verse) to Henrietta Cumming or Cummings (later Fordyce) , who was governess to Lady Anne Barnard and her sisters, and later...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Frances O'Neill
The volume includes poems of natural description, of meditation, and of political comment. FON expresses delight at the election victory on 9 August 1802 (in John Wilkes's old constituency of Middlesex) of Sir Francis Burdett
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Sarah Tytler
The book is prefaced by a glossary which informs the reader that Edinburgh is nicknamed Auld Reekie, that to gowl is to weep noisily, to rug and rive is to carry off by violence...

Timeline

By 26 October 1972
Helen Gardner edited The New Oxford Book of English Verse, 1250-1950, designed to update and replace Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch 's Oxford Book of English Verse, 1900.