John Moore

Standard Name: Moore, John,, 1730 - 1805


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Dedications Mary, Lady Champion de Crespigny
Mary Champion de Crespigny published with Cadell and Davies her Letters of Advice from a Mother to her Son (written more than twenty years earlier), dedicated to the Archbishop of Canterbury (John Moore ).
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Friends, Associates Martha Hale
MH 's wide circle of friends and acquaintances included leading politicians and other socially prominent figures of her day. She seems to have had personal friendships with John Moore , Archbishop of Canterbury, and his...
Textual Features Martha Hale
This poem presents childbirth explicitly as a site of female power, an occasion on which men are at a loss. Catherine Moore, wife of John Moore (the Archbishop of Canterbury to whom MH had already...
Textual Production Martha Hale
MH composed a political poem To His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury: John Moore , who appears to have been a personal friend.
This may have had something to do with the infamous Zong...


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