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Katherine and James Philips's only daughter (also a Katherine), born in Cardigan in April 1656, would live to marry Lewis Wogan of Boulston, Pembrokeshire, and to bear fifteen children—fourteen of whom lie buried with their parents in Boulston Church. In the two poems Philips wrote on the death of her young son, she uses Judeo-Christian ...
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Jan 09, 2003 · Here, first is a brief history of the significant publications of all Orinda's work. In 1651 her tribute to William Cartwright's "Stay, Prince of Phansie, stay, we are not fit," was prefixed to a posthumous edition of Cartwright's plays and poems. 1. "Friendship's Mystery, To my dearest Lucasia" (Anne Lewis Owen, later Trevor, Lady Dungannon ...
Nov 16, 2012 · Polly is a capable young woman who has lived a completely ordinary life. Or so she thinks, until one day she's cleaning out her old bedroom and starts to remember - in great detail; it takes up most of the book - a different life, a second set of memories revolving around a somewhat older man, Thomas Lynn, who had been her friend while she was a child, and with whom she shared some very ...
Oct 14, 2014 · William and Harry's emotional tribute to Diana: Princes say their mother would have been intensely 'proud' of the anti-bullying charity set up in her name
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Lady Estrid: A Novel of Eleventh Century Denmark by M.J. Porter The eleventh century Denmark lady Estrid of the house of Grom husband is dead only after a few months, her future lies in the hands of her father and King Svend of Denmark or maybe some one else’s.
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