ID 2028
Last Name Fletcher
First Name Mary Bosanquet
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1739-09-12
Date of Death 1815-12-09
Place of Birth Leytonstone
Place of Death Madeley
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/3894609
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Bosanquet_Fletcher
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/00/Mary_Bosanquet_Fletcher.jpg
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Author A letter to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley. By a gentlewoman. 1764
Author Jesus, altogether lovely: or a letter to some of the single women in the Methodist Society. 1766
Author Jesus, altogether lovely: or a letter to some of the single women in the Methodist Society. The second edition. 1766
Author A letter written to Elizabeth A----ws, on her removal from England. 1770
Author A letter, written to Elizabeth A----ws, on Her Removal from England. 1770
Author A letter, written to Elizabeth A---ws, on her removal from England. 1771
Author A letter, written to Elizabeth written to Elizabeth A---ws, on Her Removal from England. 1771
Author An aunt's advice to a niece, in a letter to Miss **** *******. Also some account of a correspondence with the late Rev. Dr. Dodd, during his imprisonment. By Mary Bosanquet. The second edition. 1780
Author An aunt's advice to a niece, in a letter to Miss **** *******: Also Some Account of a Correspondence with the late Rev. Dr. Dodd, During his Imprisonment. 1780
Author Jesus altogether lovely: or, a letter to some of the single women in the Methodist Society. 1780
Author Jesus, altogether lovely: or, a letter to some of the single women in the Methodist Society. 1780
Author A letter to Mons. H. L. de la Fléchère, assessor ballival of Nyon, in the canton of Berne, Switzerland, on the death of his brother, the Reverend John William de la Fléchère, twenty-five years vicar of Madeley, Shropshire. 1785
Author A letter to the Rev. Mr. Wesley on the death of the Rev. Mr. Fletcher, Vicar of Madeley in Shropshire. 1785
Author A letter to Mons. H. L. de la Fléchère, Assessor Ballival of Nyon, in the Canton of Berne, Switzerland, on the death of his brother, the Reverend John William de la Fléchère, twenty-five years vicar of Madeley, Shropshire. 1786
Author A letter to the Rev. Mr. Wesley on the death of the Rev. Mr. Fletcher, Vicar of Madley in Shropshire. Blessed are the Dead who die in the Lord: even so saith the Spirit; for they rest from their Labours and their works do follow them. 1786
Author Jesus altogether lovely: or, a letter to some of the single women in the Methodist Society. 1791
Author An aunt's advice to a niece, in a letter to Miss *** *******. Also some account of a correspondence with the late Rev. Dr. Dodd, during his imprisonment. By Mary Bosanquet. The third edition. 1793
Author An aunt's advice to a niece, in a letter to Miss Mary Gaussen. Also some account of a correspondence with the late Rev. Dr. Dodd, during his imprisonment. By Mary De La Flechere. The third edition. 1795
Author Jesus altogether lovely: illustrated in a letter to some of the single women in the Methodist Society. 1795
Author The Christian guide to holiness. A letter, written to Elizabeth A----ws, on her removal from England, by M. Bosanquet; 1796
Author The Christian guide to holiness. A letter, written to Elizabeth A----ws, on her removal from England. By M. Bosanquet; 1796
Author Jesus altogether lovely: illustrated in a letter to some of the single women in the Methodist Society. 1798

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"Fletcher, Mary Bosanquet" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 2028, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/2028. Accessed 2024-02-22.

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