Thomas Wentworth, first Earl of Strafford

Standard Name: Strafford, Thomas Wentworth,,, first Earl of
Used Form: Thomas Wentworth, Lord Strafford

Connections

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Dedications Judith Man
The title-page says she translated from the French: that is, from Nicolas Coeffeteau 's shortened version of the Argenis. She must have translated quickly (following Coeffeteau closely), since she says she read him around...
Employer Judith Man
It seems that she herself may have held some position as official attendant on the two daughters of Thomas Wentworth, Lord Strafford , as well as doing lessons with them. Strafford, recently ennobled by his...
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Caesar
His great-great-father, Cesare Adelmare , had migrated from Italy to England and become physician to Mary Tudor and Elizabeth I .
Sedgwick, Romney, editor. The History of Parliament: The House of Commons 1715-1754.
Under Charles Caesar (1673-1741)
Charles Caesar, though later a devoted husband, was said at...
Textual Features Lettice Cooper
Cooper's eight lives form a more varied selection than those of her companion volumes, stretching from the Earl of Strafford and Blind Jack Metcalf of Knaresborough via Charlotte Brontë and Sir Titus Salt (manufacturer, philanthropist...
Textual Production Emily Hickey
With the collaboration of Robert Browning , EH produced a new edition of his Strafford , An Historical Tragedy, supplying notes and a preface.
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
British Library Catalogue.
Textual Production Mary Caesar
MC opened the centenary year of the execution of the first Earl of Strafford (the year that was to see both her husband 's death and her own) with a lament for the nation's past...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Mary Caesar
Her own meeting with the monarchy in the person of Queen Anne is handled with hyperbole: it was as Impossible for me Even to Attempt the Beauties of that Excellent Queens Mind, as for Kneller
Travel Alice Thornton
She places this event in 1632, but it was in 1634 that her father accompanied Thomas Wentworth, later Earl of Strafford (a distant relation), on his posting there as Lord Deputy. Wandesford succeeded Wentworth in...

Timeline

12 May 1641
Charles I 's favourite, the Earl of Strafford , was executed on Tower Hill, London.