Paper

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Paper

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Evidence

[Pilkington tells how her poem on "Paper" was seen by a "Lady of Distinction"] "She would examine what I had been scribbling, and seem"d so well pleased with my Rhymes, that she did them the Honour to put them in her Pocket-Book, and I never thought more of them. About four years after this, making a visit to Baron [italics] Wainwright[end italics]"s Lady, she told me she had got a very pretty Poem from [italics] London [end italics], wrote by the Lord Chancellor [italics] Talbot[end italics]"s Daughter, a young Lady of but twelve Years of Age, and desir"d I would read them for the Good of the Company; but how great was my Surprise, to find they were the above Lines! however I went thro" my task, and Mrs [italics] Wainwright [end italics] ask"d my Opinion of them, and seem"d impatient at my Silence" [Pilkington then tells how she managed to convey diplomatically that they were hers, saying she"d seen them four years before, whereupon] the Baron said, that he also remember"d them, and that he was told by the Person he saw them with, that they were writ by a very young Girl, who was married to a clergyman in [italics] Ireland [end italics]..."

Source

Memoirs of Laetitia Pilkington

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Wainwright, John, Baron
Born in 1689

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Wainwright, John, Baron
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Memoirs of Laetitia Pilkington
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Paper

Reading experience
Identifer:
ukred-19852

Evidence

[Pilkington tells how her poem on "Paper" was seen by a "Lady of Distinction"] "She would examine what I had been scribbling, and seem"d so well pleased with my Rhymes, that she did them the Honour to put them in her Pocket-Book, and I never thought more of them. About four years after this, making a visit to Baron [italics] Wainwright[end italics]"s Lady, she told me she had got a very pretty Poem from [italics] London [end italics], wrote by the Lord Chancellor [italics] Talbot[end italics]"s Daughter, a young Lady of but twelve Years of Age, and desir"d I would read them for the Good of the Company; but how great was my Surprise, to find they were the above Lines! however I went thro" my task, and Mrs [italics] Wainwright [end italics] ask"d my Opinion of them, and seem"d impatient at my Silence" [Pilkington then tells how she managed to convey diplomatically that they were hers, saying she"d seen them four years before, whereupon] the Baron said, that he also remember"d them, and that he was told by the Person he saw them with, that they were writ by a very young Girl, who was married to a clergyman in [italics] Ireland [end italics]..."

Source

Memoirs of Laetitia Pilkington

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Reader
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How to cite this record

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Memoirs of Laetitia Pilkington
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/76114
Accessed on 2019/10/23 10:16:12

Related people
Wainwright, John, Baron
Related text or manuscript
Memoirs of Laetitia Pilkington
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