ID 1733
Last Name Wallace
First Name Eglantine
Title Lady Wallace
Gender Female
Date of Birth
Date of Death 1803-03-28
Place of Birth
Place of Death Munich
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/17263396
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eglantine_Wallace
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Titles

Displaying 16 titles of 16 total.

Role Title Date
Author A letter to a friend, with a poem, called the ghost of Werter. By Lady- 1787
Author A letter to a friend, with a poem, called The Ghost of Werter. By Lady. 1787
Author The Ton; or, Follies of Fashion. A Comedy. As it was acted at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Lady Wallace. 1788
Author The Ton; or, Follies of Fashion. A Comedy. As it was acted at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Lady Wallace. 1788
Author The Ton; or, Follies of Fashion. A Comedy. As it was acted at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Lady Wallace. 1788
Author Letter from Lady Wallace, to Capt. William Wallace, aid de camp to Colonel Maxwell, at Bangalore. 1792
Author The conduct of the King of Prussia and General Dumourier, investigated by Lady Wallace. 1793
Author The conduct of the King of Prussia and General Dumourier, investigated by Lady Wallace. 1793
Author A sermon addressed to the people, pointing out the only sure method to obtain a speedy beace and reform. By Lady Wallace. 1794
Author A supplement to The conduct of the King of Prussia, &c. investigated; containing Observations Upon The Present State Of English Politics; and A Plan For Altering The Mode Of Carrying ON The War. Addressed To All Ranks Of Britons. By Lady Wallace. 1794
Author A supplement to The conduct of the King of Prussia, &c. investigated; Observations upon the present state of English politics; and a plan for altering the mode of carrying on the war. Addressed to all ranks of Britons. By Lady Wallace. 1794
Author The conduct of the King of Prussia and General Dumourier, investigated, by Lady Wallace. 1794
Author Lady Wallace's address to the Margate volunteers, on the 28th of May, 1795. 1795
Author The whim a comedy, in three acts. By Lady Wallace. With an address to the public, upon the arbitrary and unjust aspersion of the licenser against its political sentiments. 1795
Author The whim, a comedy, in three acts. By Lady Wallace. With an address to the public, upon the arbitrary and unjust aspersion of the licenser against its political sentiments. Offered to be acted for the benefit of the Hospital and Poor of the Isle of Thanet, but refused The Royal Licence 1795
Author The whim, A comedy, in three acts. By Lady Wallace. With an address to the public, upon the arbitrary and unjust aspersion of the licenser against its political sentiments. The second edition. Offered to be acted for the benefit of the hospital and poor of the isle of thanet, but refused the Royal licence. 1795

Recommended Citation

"Wallace, Eglantine" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 1733 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/1733. Accessed 2021-04-23.

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