ID 231
Last Name Justice
First Name Elizabeth
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1703-03-09
Date of Death 1752-03-15
Place of Birth London
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VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/4795289
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Author A voyage to Russia: describing the laws, manners, and customs, of that great empire, as govern'd, at this present, by that excellent princess, the Czarina. Shewing the beauty of her palace, the grandeur of her courtiers, the forms of building at Petersburgh, and other places: With several entertaining adventures, that happened in the Passage by Sea, and land. To which is added, translated from the Spanish, a curious account of the relicks, which are exhibited in the cathedral of Oviedo, a city of Spain, the Metropolis in the principality of Austria: and what indulgences are allow'd to those persons, who most devoutly visit that sanctuary. Written and collected by Elizabeth Justice. 1739
Author A voyage to Russia: Describing the laws, manners, and customs, of that Great Empire, as governed at this present by that Excellent Princess the Czarina. Shewing the beauty of her palace, the grandeur of her courtiers, the forms of building at Petersburgh, and other places: with several entertaining adventures that happened in the passage by Sea and Land. The second edition. To which is added, four letters, wrote by the author-when at Russia to a gentleman in London. Written and collected by Elizabeth Justice. 1746
Author Amelia, or, the Distress'd Wife: A History Founded on Real Circumstances. By a Private Gentlewoman. 1751
Author Amelia, or, The Distress'd wife: a history founded on real circumstances. By a private gentlewoman. 1751
Author Amelia, or, the distressed wife: a history founded on real circumstances. By a private gentlewoman. 1751

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