ID 1422
Last Name Thomas
First Name Elizabeth
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1675-08-31
Date of Death 1731-02-03
Place of Birth London
Place of Death London
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/47147105
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Thomas_(poet,_born_1675)
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Author Miscellany Poems on Several Subjects 1722
Author Miscellany poems on several subjects. 1722
Author Poems on Several Occasions. By a Lady. 1726
Author Poems on Several Occasions. To John Dryden Esq; Hen. Cromwel Esq; Reverend Mr. Norris, Sir R. L'Estrange, Lord Hallifax, Anth. Henly Esq; Sir Samuel Garth, Lady Chudleigh, Lady Packington, And Mrs. Phillips, Written by a Lady. The Second Edition. 1727
Author Codrus: or, the Dunciad Dissected. Being the Finishing-Stroke. To which is added, Farmer Pope and his Son. A Tale. By Mr. Philips. 1728
Author The Metamorphosis of the Town; or, a View of the Present Fashions. A Tale: After the Manner of Fontaine. 1730
Author The Metamorphosis of the Town; or, a View of the Present Fashions. A Tale: After the Manner of Fontaine. The Second Edition. To which is added, The Journal of a Modern Lady. In a Letter to a Person of Quality. By Dr. Swift. 1730
Author Pylades and Corinna: or, memoirs of the lives, amours, and writings of Richard Gwinnett Esq; Of Great Shurdington in Gloucestershire; and Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas Junr. Of Great Russel Street, Bloomsbury. Containing, the letters and other miscellaneous pieces, in Prose and Verse, which passed between them during a courtship of above sixteen years. Faithfully published from their Original Manuscripts. Attested By Sir Edward Northey, Knight. To which is prefixed, The life of Corinna. Written by her self. 1731
Author The metamorphoses of the town: or, a view of the present fashions. A tale. After the manner of Fontaine. The third edition. To which is added, The Journal of a modern lady. By Dean Swift. 1731
Author The Metamorphosis of the Town; or, a View of the Present Fashions. A Tale: After the Manner of Fontaine. The Third Edition. To which is added, The Journal of a Modern Lady. By Dean Swift. 1731
Author The Metamorphosis of the Town; or, a View of the Present Fashions. A Tale: After the Manner of Fontaine. 1732
Author The Metamorphosis of the Town; or, a View of the Present Fashions. By the late celebrated Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas, Who has so often obliged the Town, under the Name of Corinna. To which are added, I. The Female Metamorphosis; or, Ladies transformed into China-Cups. II. The Journal of a Modern Lady. III. The Furniture of a Woman's Mind. IV. An Inventory of a Lady's Dressing-Room. The Fourth Edition. 1743

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