Isaac Reed

Standard Name: Reed, Isaac


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Family and Intimate relationships Laetitia Pilkington
Her youngest son, Jack (John Carteret Pilkington ), also came back to her for support, with tales of mistreatment from their father. Jack was alleged by Isaac Reed to have told Theophilus Cibber (who...
Publishing Elizabeth Hands
The advertisement for the book in print, like the pre-notification, was carried by Jopson's Coventry Mercury. The volume was dedicated to the dramatist Bertie Greatheed . It was issued in two forms: ordinary copies...
Reception Elizabeth Tollet
Sir Tanfield Leman in the Monthly Review approached this volume with some gendered condescension (which may be the explanation for his finding ET by implication excessively serious). He pronounced that she was not in the...
Textual Production Laetitia Pilkington
The Bodleian copy (shelf-mark 8vo Z 150 Art. B.S.) of the second London edition of volume one (1749) has Isaac Reed 's annotation and paste-in.
Pilkington, Laetitia. “Introduction”. Memoirs of Laetitia Pilkington, edited by A. C. Elias, University of Georgia Press, 1997, p. xv - lxii.


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