British Women Poets, 1660-1800: An Anthology

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Acknowledgements

Thanks to the following publishers and individuals for granting reprint permission: Garland Publishing, Inc. for permission to reprint excerpts from Amelia Opie and Mary Tighe, Elegy to the Memory of the Late Duke of Bedford. "Psyche" with Other Poems, introduction by Donald H. Reiman ( 1978), Helen Maria Williams, Julia: A Novel; Interspersed With Some Poetical Pieces, introduction by Gina Luria ( 1974), and Elizabeth Singer Rowe, Friendship in Death. In Twenty Letters From the Dead to the Living, introduction by Josephine Grieder ( 1972); Isobel Grundy and Oxford University Press for permission to reprint Lady Mary Wortley Montagu's "Verses Address'd to the Imitator of the First Satire of the Second Book of Horace" from Essays and Poems and "Simplicity; A Comedy," edited by Robert Halsband and Isobel Grundy ( 1977); John Menzies, Ltd. for permission to publish selections from The Poetical works of Miss Susanna Blamire, edited by Patrick Maxwell ( 1842); Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints for permission to publish selections from Poems by Mrs. Anne Killigrew, introduction by Richard Morton ( 1967); Oxford University Press for permission to reprint "To Lysander" from Falconar Madan's The Madan Family and Maddens in Ireland: A Historical Account ( 1933), Miss White's "Song" and Henrietta Knight's "Asteria in the Country to Calydore in Town 1747-8" from Shenstone's Miscellany 1759-1763, edited by Ian A. Gordon ( 1952), and selected poems of Katherine Philips from Volume I of Minor Poets of the Caroline Period, edited by George Saintsbury ( 1905; 1921); University of Chicago Press for permission to reprint selections from The Poems of Anne, Countess of Winchilsea. From the Original Edition of 1713 and From Unpublished Manuscripts, edited by Myra Reynolds ( 1903); Wellesley College and His Grace the Duke of Northumberland for permission to publish "Letter to the Honorable Mrs. Knight. September 7th, 1731" from The Gentle Hertford: Her Life and Letters, by Helen Sard Hughes ( 1940).

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