Joseph Hume

Standard Name: Hume, Joseph

Connections

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Dedications Mary Catherine Hume
The work opens with a sonnet dedicating the collection to her father .
Thesing, William B., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 240. Gale Research, 2001.
240: 100
Family and Intimate relationships Augusta Webster
AW 's maternal grandfather, Joseph Hume , was a translator of Dante , and a friend of Charles Lamb , William Hazlitt , and William Godwin .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Joseph Hume
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Catherine Hume
MCH 's father, Joseph Hume , died. In accordance with her Swedenborgian beliefs, she refused to mourn, protesting the selfishness of lamenting one whose soul had gone to a better place.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Joseph Hume
Thesing, William B., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 240. Gale Research, 2001.
240: 103
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Catherine Hume
Mary Catherine's Scottish father, Joseph Hume , was a Radical Member of Parliament, who sat indefatigably on committees and held other positions such as Lord Rector of Aberdeen University . In parliament he reportedly spoke...
Friends, Associates Frances Wright
Bentham took an interest in Wright as a political dissenter who exalted the American political system and was scorned by English Tories. He praised her activities and was curious about the personal history that had...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Mary Catherine Hume
The other poems in the collection touch on the Crystal Palace (recently moved to its permanent home in Sydenham just south of London), Emanuel Swedenborg , and MCH 's father, Joseph Hume .
Hume, Mary Catherine. Normiton. J. W. Parker and Son, 1857.
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Timeline

1825
Sir Goldsworthy Gurney invented limelight, a brilliant white light produced by heating lime; it came into use in theatres a dozen years later.
29 January 1849
The National Parliamentary and Financial Reform Association was founded to unite Chartists and radicals.