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Lloyd, Mary Charlotte 1819-1896

Overview
Works: 5 works in 5 publications in 1 language and 5 library holdings
Genres: Manuscripts  History  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Records and correspondence 
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Most widely held works by Mary Charlotte Lloyd
Autograph letters signed from Fanny Kemble to various recipients by Fanny Kemble( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondents: Anne Ashburner, Mr. Belknap, [George Bentley], E. Blanchard (Mrs. Hamilton), Mary Boyle, James Claghorn, Sarah Cleveland, Frances Cobbe, Thomas F.D. Croker, Daisy Doane, James Fields, Henry James, Mary Lloyd, Henry Longfellow, William C. Macready, John Mather, George Morris, Constance [Page?], Henry W. Pickersgill, Mary (Hopkins) Pleasonton, Mr. Pollman, Lewis T. Pratt, Harriet St. Leger, Alexander John Scott, Ann (Ker) Scott, Francis Wemyss, Mrs. [Louisa Mary?] Barwell, Mlle. F. Failly, [W.H.] Murray, Miss Beeston, Lady Georgiana -, Miss Gordon, Mrs. Monckton, Miss Scraggs, and others
Autograph letters signed from Fanny Kemble, United States, England and Switzerland, to Harriet St. Leger by Fanny Kemble( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

She discusses her public readings, the books she is reading, the Civil War in the United States and its aftermath in addition to referring to her family and many friends, among them Fanny Cobbe, Arthur Malkin, Henry Gréville, Frederic Leighton, and Lady Ellesmere [i.e. Egerton] (32, 44, 47). She writes of [F.D.] Maurice (7), Charles Fechter, to whom she sent her old theatre ornaments (8), Georg Gervinus and his commentary on Shakespeare (18, 35), Jenny Lind (26), and the general election of 1865 (37-38). Also, one autographed letter incomplete to Mary [Lloyd], July 23 [1885?]; extracts from [George Combe's?] journal written while in the United States, 1839; and a postcard bearing the name and address of Lady Butler, Fanny Kemble's granddaughter, who once owned this collection
Autograph letters signed from Fanny Kemble to various recipients by Fanny Kemble( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes 167 letters, many letters incomplete, and 9 leaves from her journals. Many of the letters describe her experiences in America and her views on slavery and on the Civil War. Letters written from London, Ireland, Switzerland, Italy and the United States. A letter to Donne (307) tells of John Brown's Raid and castigates him as a "fanatic maniac." Some letters to Greville discuss New England's reactions to the possibility of England's entering the war. Several letters touch on Shakespeare. Othello is a sermon against inordinate affections. She did like [Charles] Kean's Othello. She thinks she would not like Fechter's; his Iago must be like her father's (347, 247, 249, 245). Sarah Bernhardt's portrayal of Lady Macbeth recalled Mrs. Siddons' notion of her as a small delicate fair blue-eyed woman (187). The letters refer constantly to her family and friends and to contemporary artists, actors, writers, preachers and politicians, among them Joanne Baillie (223), Ann Bradshaw (247), Emily Brontë (353), John Gibson, William Godwin (387), Nathaniel Hawthorne (381), Harriet Hosmer, Henry James, Charles Kingsley (387-389), Frederic Leighton, Longfellow (413), Macaulay, F.D. Maurice (393), Mendelssohn, Theodore Parker, Adelaide Procter (415) and Shelley (363). Also, a letter to Fanny Kemble from Frances P. Cobbe, July 8, [1875] (19b), a letter to Frances Cobbe from Fanny Kemble's maid, Eleanor Brianzoni, January 19, 1898, telling her of Fanny Kemble's death (457), a poem on Venice by Fanny Kemble, ca. 1861 (453) and several photographs and illustrations. Poem listed in Folger index of first lines
Frances Power Cobbe letters by Frances Power Cobbe( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Thirty-one of these letters were written by Cobbe. The letters relate to a variety of topics including: Cobbe's work with the anti-vivisection movement, literature, politics, Mary Somerville, the Ethnological Society of London, and other personal subjects. She mentions her partner Mary Lloyd several times (Mary is also the addressee of one letter). Addressees include author Sarah Sharp Heaton Hamer (Phyllis Browne); British novelist James Payn (letter mentions Sir Leslie Stephen); English surgeon and pathologist Sir James Paget; Lady Deborah Bowring; Dr. Reinhold Rost; surgeon Dr. Robert Dunn; Reverend Henry Allon; Archdeacon F. W. Farrar; and fellow suffragette Helen Taylor. There are also two letters by English religious philosopher James Martineau (one to Frances and one to Mary) and one letter by British scholar Francis William Newman to Frances
Autograph letter (incomplete) from Fanny Kemble to Mary Lloyd by Fanny Kemble( )

1 edition published in 1885 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Also, 1 autograph letter (incomplete) to Mary [Lloyd], July 23, [1885?]
 
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Alternative Names
Mary Lloyd Nineteenth-century Welsh sculptor who studied in Rome

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