ID 176
Last Name Griffith
First Name Elizabeth
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1727-10-11
Date of Death 1793-01-05
Place of Birth Mid Glamorgan
Place of Death Kildare
VIAF URI https://viaf.org/viaf/36955786/
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Griffith
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b7/Elizabeth_griffith.jpg
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Translator The fatal effects of inconstancy; or letters of the Marchioness de Syrcé, the Count de Mirbelle, and others. Translated from the French. 1774
Author The delicate distress: a novel. In letters. In two volumes. By Frances. 1775
Author The morality of Shakespeare's drama illustrated. By Mrs. Griffith. 1775
Translator The memoirs of Ninon de L'Enclos: with her letters to Monsr. de St. Evremond, and to the Marquis de Sevigne. Collected and translated from the French, by a lady. In two volumes. 1776
Author The story of Lady Juliana Harley, a novel. In letters. By Mrs. Griffith. In two volumes. 1776
Author The story of Lady Juliana Harley. A novel. In letters. By Mrs. Griffith. 1776
Editor A Collection of Novels, Selected and Revised by Mrs. Griffith. 1777
Author The morality of Shakespeare's drama illustrated. In two volumes. By Mrs. Griffith. 1777
Translator The princess of Cleves. An historical novel. Translated from the French. 1777
Author The Memoirs Of Ninon De L'Enclos: With her Letters to Mons. De St. Evremond, And To The Marquis de Sevigné. Collected and Translated from the French, By Mrs. Griffith. In Two Volumes. 1778
Translator The Memoirs Of Ninon De L'Enclos: With her Letters to Mons. De St. Evremond, And To The Marquis de Sevigné. Collected and Translated from the French, By Mrs. Griffith. In Two Volumes. 1778
Author Amana. A dramatic poem. By a Lady. 1779
Author Novellettes, selected for the use of young ladies and gentlemen; written by Dr. Goldsmith, and Mrs. Griffith, &c. and illustrated by elegant engravings. 1780
Author The Times: A Comedy. As it is Now Performing at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mrs. Griffith. 1780
Author The Times: A Comedy. As it is Performing at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mrs. Griffith. 1780
Author Essays addressed to young married women. 1782
Author Essays, addressed to young married women. By Mrs. Griffith. 1782
Author Novellettes, selected for the use of Young Ladies and Gentlemen. In Two Volumes. Written by Mrs. Griffith, Dr. Goldsmith, &c. 1784
Author The delicate distress, a novel: in letters. In two volumes. By Frances. 1787
Author The delicate distress. A novel, in letters, by Frances. In two volumes. A new edition. 1788
Author Essays, addressed to young married women. By Mrs. Griffith. 1790
Author The School for Rakes. A comedy, by Mrs. Elizabeth Griffiths. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. Regulated from the prompt-book, by permission of the Manager. 1795
Translator The True and Surprising Adventures, Voyages, Shipwreck & Distresses, Mons. Pierre Viaud, A French Sea-Captain, and a Native of Bourdeaux. Translated by Mrs. Griffith. 1800
Author The history of the Duchess of C--. From Adela and Theodore. Written by herself. To which is added, Edwin and Angelina, a ballad. 1803
Translator Memoirs of Ninon de L'Enclos. With her letters to the Marquis de Sevigné and Mons. de St. Evremond. Translated from the French, by Mrs. Griffith. 1806

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