Facsimile reprint of the work published Edinburgh: D. Douglas, 1889-96.
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Buy The Letters and Journals of Lady Mary Coke. Edited by the Hon. J. A. Home. With portraits by Mary Coke, James Archibald Home (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Mary Coke, James Archibald Home. 94 Diary entry for May , in Douglas, Letters and Journals of Lady Mary Coke, 95 For box subscriptions and the division of the opera audience, see Hall-Witt, Fashionable Acts, 55– 96 Lady Sarah Bunbury to Lady O’Brien, Susan, Barton, 9 January , in The Life and Letters of Lady Sarah Lennox, –, ed. of Ilchester Cited by: 8. It was a common literary device of the time. Many other famous/popular novels were written largely through letters or second hand accounts, such as . American literature was based on diaries, travel journals, letters, and ships' logs in the 16th Century and before. This exploration literature was replaced with .
Frances Douglas, Lady Douglas (26 July – 31 March ), formerly Lady Frances Scott, was the wife of Archibald Douglas, 1st Baron Douglas, and the mother of novelist Caroline Lucy her brother, Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch, she was closely acquainted with the novelist Walter was an amateur artist, some of whose works have survived. Indeed, Bending’s quotations from Lady Mary’s letters, expressing her feelings of utter loneliness, leave perhaps this study’s strongest and most moving impressions. As Bending points out, “the journal is both an attempt to create social contact and a reminder of its absence,” a reminder that her garden labor was not enough and Author: Melissa Bailes. LADY MARY COKE'S JOURNAL have it to carry with me into the country. I returned about three o'clock, and at six I settled to read it. 'Twas about four hours reading; the style and language admirable, as everything that he writes is, but he has not made it appear (at least to me) that Richard was innocent of many of. "A Letter of Mary" is a papyrus scrap, penned by a Mariam, apostle of Jesus, to her sister Judith of Magdala, commending the carrier Rachel, her grand-daughter to their care, days before the fall of Israel to the Roman heathens.4/5.