Autograph letter signed from Elizabeth Robinson Montagu to [Hannah More] [manuscript], [18th or 19th century] January 20.

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Montagu, Mrs (Elizabeth), 1720-1800,. Autograph letter signed from Elizabeth Robinson Montagu to [Hannah More] [manuscript], [18th or 19th century] January 20.

Autograph letter signed from Elizabeth Robinson Montagu to [Hannah More] [manuscript], [18th or 19th century] January 20.

Playful letter expressing envy that Mrs. Garrick, Mrs. More, and Mrs. Kennicott are together at Hampton and not in London where she is.

1 item (1 1/3 p.)

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Kennicott, Mrs.

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Montagu, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1718-1800

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Garrick, Eva Maria, 1724-1822

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Eva Garrick was the wife of British actor David Garrick. From the description of Letters from various correspondents, 1775-1821. (Harvard University, Wadsworth House). WorldCat record id: 70316245 From the description of Letters from various correspondents, 1775-1821. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612375098 Wife of David Garrick. From the description of Autograph note in third person : Adelphi, to "three dear and good friends", [after 1814] J...

More, Hannah, 1745-1833

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Hannah More, one of five sisters, taught at her family's school in Bristol, England. She became prominent in London's Bluestocking circle from 1774 onward, and was also a friend of Samuel Johnson. Her work soon moved from poetry and drama to the production of numerous popular religious books and tracts. In 1789, she moved to Mendip, Somerset, where she and her sister Patty founded several schools. In 1801, she and her sisters moved to the Barley Wood estate in nearby Wrington. From t...