ID 2018
Last Name Blandy
First Name Mary
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1720
Date of Death 1752-04-06
Place of Birth Henley-on-Thames
Place of Death Henley on Thames
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/38335300
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Blandy
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/df/Mary-blandy-1.jpg
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Author Genuine letters that pass'd between Miss Blandy and Miss Jeffries, before and after conviction. 1752
Author Miss Mary Blandy's own account of the affair between her and Mr. Cranstoun, from the commencement of their acquaintance, in the year 1746, to the death of her father, in August, 1751. With all the circumstances leading to that unhappy event. To which is added, an appendix, containing copies of some original letters now in possession of the editor. Together with an exact relation of her behaviour, while under sentence; and a copy of the declaration signed by herself, in the presence of two clergymen, two days before her execution. Published at her dying request. 1752
Author Miss Mary Blandy's own account of the affair between her and Mr. Cranstoun, from the commencement of their acquaintance, in the year, 1746. To the death of her father, in August 1751. With all the Circumstances leading to that unhappy Event. To which is added, an appendix. Containing copies of some original letters now in Possession of the Editor. Together with an exact Relation of her Behaviour, whilst under Sentence; and a Copy of the Declaration signed by herself, in the Presence of two Clergymen, two Days before her Execution. Published at her dying Request. 1752
Author Miss Mary Blandy's own account of the affair between her and Mr. Cranstoun, from the commencement of their acquaintance; in the year 1746. To the death of her father, in August 1751. With all the circumstances leading to that unhappy event. To which is added, an appendix, containing copies of some original letters now in possession of the editor. Together with an exact relation of her behaviour, whilst under sentence; and a copy of the declaration signed by herself, in the presence of two clergymen, two days before her execution. Pubished at her dying request. 1752
Author Miss Mary Blandy's own account of the affair between her and Mr. Cranstoun, from the commencement of their acquaintance; in the year 1746. To the death of her father, in August 1751. With all the circumstances leading to that unhappy event. To which is added, an appendix, containing copies of some original letters now in possession of the editor. Together with an exact relation of her behaviour, whilst under sentence; and a copy of the declaration signed by herself, in the presence of two clergymen, two days before her execution. Published at her dying request. 1752
Author Miss Mary Blandy's own account of the affair between her and Mr. Cranstoun, from the commencement of their acquaintance; in the year 1746. To the death of her father, in August 1751. With all the circumstances leading to that unhappy event. To which is added, an appendix, containing copies of some original letters now in possession of the editor. Together with an exact relation of her behaviour, whilst under sentence; and a copy of the declaration signed by herself, in the presence of two clergymen, two days before her execution. Published at her dying request. 1752
Author Original Letters to and from Miss Blandy and C- C-. In which is contain'd the artful Evasions he used to prevent his clearing his Character to her Father, and the whole History of that Parricide. These are the Letters supposed to be burnt, and which she gave her intimate Friend a few Days before her Execution, particularly desiring, if she had any Love for her, to publish them immediately after her Death, as they were his own Letters, and faithful of those she sent to him. 1752
Author Original letters to and from Miss Blandy and C- C-. In which is contain'd the artful evasions he used to prevent his clearing his character to her father, and the whole history of that parricide. These are the letters supposed to be burnt, and which she gave to her intimate friend a few days before her execution, particularly desiring, if she had any love for her, to publish them immediately after her death, as they were his own letters, and faithful of those she sent to him. 1752

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