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Select letters between the late Duchess of Somerset

Select letters between the late Duchess of Somerset

Lady Luxborough, Miss Dolman, Mr. Whistler, Mr. R. Dodsley, William Shenstone, Esq. and others : including a sketch of the manners, laws, &c. of the Republic of Venice, and some poetical pieces : the whole now first published from original copies

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Published by Printed for J. Dodsley ... in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Mr. Hull.
ContributionsSomerset, Frances Seymour, Duchess of, 1699-1754, Luxborough, Henrietta Knight, Baroness, 1699-1756, Dolman, M., Shenstone, William, 1714-1763., Whistler, Anthony, 1714-1754, Dodsley, Robert, 1703-1764., Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15400446M

She is the author of Counting My Chickens and Home to Roost, among other books, and her letters have been collected in The Mitfords: Letters Between Six Sisters and In Tearing Haste: The Correspondence of the Duchess of Devonshire and Patrick Leigh Fermor. Following her husband's death in , she moved to a village on the Chatsworth estate/5(). Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, is the biography of a most unusual woman. It is well researched and highly informative. Amanda Foreman does a good job of finding a balance between excessive praise of the Duchess and berating her too harshly for her faults. Georgiana may not have been a great genius, but she was reasonably by:

Correspondence between Frances, Countess of Hartford, (afterwards Duchess of Somerset,) and Henrietta Louisa, Countess of Pomfret. London, Printed for R. Phillips, (OCoLC) Named Person: Henrietta Louisa Jeffreys Fermor Pomfret, Countess of: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frances Seymour Somerset, Duchess of. The below pdf includes over 60 example questions for the OCR A-Level paper on poetry and drama pre, specifically the poetry/drama question. Although my students are studying Christina Rossetti and the Duchess of Malfi, I’ve formatted this so it’s in the form of statemetn/question which could be applied to any comparative texts.

Somerset, Frances Seymour, Duchess of, Correspondence between Frances, Countess of Hartford, (afterwards Duchess of Somerset) and Henrietta Louisa, Countess of Pomfret. London: Printed for R. Phillips, (DLC) Named Person: Frances Seymour Somerset, Duchess of; Frances Seymour Somerset, Duchess of: Material Type. Duchess of Somerset. Born the daughter of John Beauchamp and Edith Stourton at Bedfordshire, England. Prior to , she took her first husband, Sir Oliver St. John, with whom she had at least six children. Upon his death, she married Sir John Beaufort, 1st Duke of Somerset, with whom she one daughter, Margaret, Burial: St Cuthberga Churchyard, Wimborne .


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Hull. In two volumes. “[The Queen Mother's letters] do offer a fascinating, provocative first-hand glimpse into another world Perhaps the most endearing side of the collection is the sheer number of earnest thank-you notes, written for everything from gifts to visits, and a great many written to Elizabeth's mother-in-law, Queen Mary, with whom Elizabeth carries on a warm and intimate correspondence/5(93).

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of the republic of Venice, The whole now first published from original copies, by Mr. Hull. In two volumes: [pt.2]. Five years after ascending the throne inQueen Anne united England and Scotland and became the first queen of modern Great Britain.

By the end of her reign, Britain had emerged as a major power; the victories won by her general, the Duke of Marlborough, had humbled France and laid the foundations for naval and colonial by: 4. Four little poems of slight merit, printed as ‘by a lady of quality’ in Dodsley's ‘Collection of Poems by several hands’ (), iv.are attributed to her by Horace Walpole.

See also Hull's ‘Select Letters between the late Duchess of Somerset, Lady Luxborough and others,’ London,2. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Duchess of Somerset. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

Last edited on 2 Octoberat Content is available under CC BY-SA unless otherwise. Other correspondence appeared in Thomas Hull's Select Letters between the late Duchess of Somerset, Lady Luxborough and others, London,2 vols.

Family. By Lord Luxborough, she had a son, Henry, who married, 21 Junea daughter of Thomas Heath of Stanstead, Essex, and died without issue in the lifetime of his father.

There were also two daughters, one of whom married a Died: In a letter by Miss N-- to the actor and playwright Thomas Hull, dated 22 July It was included in Select letters Between the Late Duchess of Somerset, Lady Luxborough, Mr Whistler, and Others, which Hull edited and published in two volumes in By the s, it had become common.

Charlotte Seymour, Duchess of Somerset (c – 21 January ), formerly Lady Charlotte Finch, was the second wife of Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of Charlotte was the first of twenty-one 'ladies of quality and distinction' who signed Thomas Coram's first petition, presented to King George II incalling for the establishment of the Foundling Hospital.

Used to express surprise. "Miss N", Select letters Between the Late Duchess of Somerset, Lady Luxborough, Mr Whistler, and Others, Thomas Hull (editor) Here was I sat down, full of Love and Respect to write my dearest Friends a dutiful and loving letter, when lo, and behold.

I was made happy by the receipt of yours. The Secret Lives of Somerset Maugham: A Biography by Selina Hastings is a compelling and comprehensive review of Maugham and his works. I learned to my surprise that Maugham first made it big as a dramatist.

I never heard of his plays before and /5. Between Two Brothers: Edward and Thomas Seymour. since she was the Duchess of Somerset. The Duchess did not like sharing center stage with Kateryn Parr apparently. Once while walking in a procession, the Duchess is said to have nudged or pushed Parr out-of-the-way so she could take precedence over her.

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Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, is the biography of a most unusual woman. It is well researched and highly informative. Amanda Foreman does a good job of finding a balance between excessive praise of the Duchess and berating her too harshly for her faults.

Georgiana may not have been a great genius, but she was reasonably intelligent/5(). SIR – In support of David Miller’s letter on slang, I recall a Latin lesson in the late Fifties about the sixth book of Virgil’s Aeneid in which Cerberus, the three-headed guardian of Hades.