ID 20
Last Name Battier
First Name Henrietta
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1751
Date of Death 1813-10
Place of Birth Meath
Place of Death Sandymount
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/249099528
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henrietta_Battier

Titles

Displaying 17 titles of 17 total.

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Author The mousiad: an heroi-comic poem. Canto I. By Polly Pindar, half-sister to Peter Pindar. 1787
Author The mousiad: an heroi-comic poem. Canto I. By Polly Pindar, half-sister to Peter Pindar. 1787
Author An epistle from Patrick Pindar, to the hills and the vallies, and all whom it may concern. 1790
Author Number I. The Kirwanade: or Poetical Epistle. Humbly addressed to The Modern Apostle! In Consequence of his very spirited Behaviour at the Chapter, held lately at St. Patrick's. 1791
Author Number II. The Kirwanade: or poetical epistle. Humbly addressed to the Modern Apostle! Make way make way-the Great Reformist comes, And K-n's Thunder, follows Handel's Drums. 1791
Author The Protected Fugitives. A Collection of Miscellaneous Poems, the Genuine Productions of a Lady. Never before Published. 1791
Author Gibbonade. First number. 1793
Author Number 1. The gibbonade; or; political reviewer. 1793
Author The Gibbonade: or, political reviewer. Second number. 1793
Author The gibbonade: or, Political reviewer. First number. The second edition. 1794
Author The Gibbonade: or, political reviewer. Third number. 1794
Author Marriage ode royal after the manner of Dryden. 1795
Author [An irregular ode] to Edward Byrne, Esq. of mullinahack, on his marriage with Miss Roe, step-daughter to one Noble Lord, and niece to another!!! 1797
Author The lemon, A poem, by Pat. Pindar, in answer to a scandalous libel, entitled, The orange; written [tho' anonymous] by the Reverend Dr. Bobadil. 1797
Author The lemon, A poem, by Pat. Pindar; in answer to a scandalous libel, entitled The orange; written, (tho' anonymous,) by the Rev. Dr. Bobadil. 1797
Author The lemon, A poem, by Pat. Pindar; in answer to a scandalous libel, entitled The orange; written, (tho' anonymous,) by the Rev. Dr. Bobadil. Canto II. 1798
Author An address on the subject of the projected union, to the illustrious Stephen III. King of Dalkey, Emperor of the Mugglins, elector and archtreasurer of Lambay, lord protector of the Holy Island of Magee, Grand Duke of Bullock, grand master of the noble, illustrious, and ancient orders of the lobster, crab, scollop, &c. &c. By Patt. Pindar. 1799

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