ID 1906
Last Name de Fleury
First Name Maria
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1752
Date of Death 1792
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Place of Death
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/35882327
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_De_Fleury
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Titles

Displaying 16 titles of 16 total.

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Author Poems, occasioned by the confinement and acquittal of the Right Honourable Lord George Gordon, President of the Protestant Association. By Maria De Fleury. 1781
Author Unrighteous abuse detected and chastised, or, a vindication of innocence and integrity, being an answer to a virulent poem, intituled, The Protestant Association. By Maria De Fleury. 1781
Author Unrighteous abuse detected and chastised, or, a vindication of innocence and integrity, being an answer to a virulent poem, intituled, The Protestant Association. By Maria De Fleury. 1781
Author Henry, or the triumph of grace. A sacred poem. Dedicated, by permission, to the Right Honourable Lord George Gordon. By Maria De Fleury. 1782
Author An ode occasioned by the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Dowland, daughter of Mr. John Fullford, shipwright; who died soon after the birth and death of her second child, the 12th of April, 1783, in the twenty-fourth year of her age. By Maria Deflury. 1783
Author Henry: or, the Wanderer Reclaimed. A sacred poem. Humbly addressed to British youth. By Maria de Fleury. 1786
Author Hymns for believer's baptism. By Maria De Fleury. 1786
Author A letter to the Rev. Mr Huntington. By Maria De Fleury. 1787
Author A Letter to the Rev. Mr. Huntington. By Maria De Fleury. 1787
Author A serious address to the Rev. Mr. Huntington; containing some remarks on his sermon, entitled "the servant of the Lord, described and vindicated." By Maria De Fleury. 1788
Author An answer to the daughter's defence of her father, Addressed to her Father Himself. By Maria De Fleury. 1788
Author British liberty established, and Gallic liberty restored; or, the triumph of freedom. A poem. Occasioned by the grand revolution in France, M,DCC,LXXXIX. With a prospect of the glorious time when true religion and civil liberty shall shed their benign influences over the world. By Maria De Fleury. 1790
Author Henry; or, the wanderer reclaimed. A sacred poem. Humbly addressed to British youth. By Maria de Fleury. 1790
Author Antinomianism unmasked and refuted; and the moral law proved from the scriptures of the Old and New-Testament, To be still in full Force as the rule of the Christian's conduct. By Maria De Fleury. 1791
Author Divine poems and essays on various subjects. Viz. Immanuel; or, the Godhead of Christ displayed. A Meditation written in a Bower at Lady Grove, Sutton. Elegies. Epithalamiums. Epistles to Miranda, &c. Hymns. A Poem on Redemption. A Walk at Enfield. Meditations on the Canticles. - for the Lord's Supper. Christ All in All. Meditations on Rev. xii. 6. A Summer Day's Excursion. Odes. Letters. A Soliloquy. By Maria De Fleury. With recommendatory prefaces, by the Rev. Mr Wills, Rev. Mr Towers, and Rev. Mr Ryland. 1791
Author Falsehood examined at the bar of truth; or, a farewell to Mr. Wm. Huntington, and Mr. Thomas Jones, Of Reading: containing strictures on the broken cistern; written by the former, Addressed to the Rev. Mr. Ryland, Senior. And upon Mystery Babylon, encompassed for utter destruction, written by the latter. By Maria De Fleury. 1791

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"de Fleury, Maria" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 1906 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/1906. Accessed 2021-06-20.

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