ID 3052
Last Name Trotter (Cockburn)
First Name Catharine
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1674-08-16
Date of Death 1749-05-11
Place of Birth London
Place of Death Morpeth
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/12400006
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catharine_Trotter_Cockburn
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/ed/Portrait_of_Catharine_Cockburn.jpg
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Role Title Date
Author The nine muses, or, Poems written by nine several ladies upon the death of the late famous John Dryden, Esq; 1700
Author Love at a loss, or, Most votes carry it. A comedy. As it is now acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by the Author of The fatal friendship. 1701
Author A defence of Mr. Lock's Essay of human understanding, wherein its principles with reference to morality, reveal'd religion, and the immortality of the soul, are consider'd and justify'd: in answer to some remarks on that Essay. 1702
Author A defence of the Essay of human understanding, written by Mr. Lock. Wherein its principles with reference to morality, reveal'd religion, and the immortality of the soul,, [sic] are consider'd and justify'd: in answer to some remarks on that Essay. 1702
Author A poem on His Grace the Duke of Marlborough's return from his German expedition. 1705
Author On his Grace the Duke of Marlborough, a poem. 1706
Author Revolution of Sweden. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Queens Theatre in the Hay-Market. 1706
Author Remarks upon the principles and reasonings of Dr. Rutherforth's Essay on the nature and obligations of virtue: in vindication of the contrary principles and reasonings, inforced in the writings of the late Dr. Samuel Clarke. Published by Mr. Warburton with a preface. 1747.
Author The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, Theological, Moral, Dramatic, and Poetical. Several of them now first printed. Revised and published, with an account of the Life of the Author, by Thomas Birch, M.A. F.R.S. Rector of the United Parishes of St. Margaret Pattens, and St. Gabriel Fenchurch. In two volumes. 1751
Author Poems by Eminent Ladies; Particularly Mrs. Barber, Mrs. Behn, Miss Carter, Lady Chudleigh, Mrs. Cockburn, Mrs. Grierson, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Killigrew, Mrs. Leapor, Mrs. Madan, Mrs. Masters, Lady M.W. Montague, Mrs. Monk, Duchess of Newcastle, Mrs. C. Philips, Mrs. Pilkington, Mrs. Rowe, Lady Winchelsea. 1755
Author Poems by the most eminent ladies of Great-Britain and Ireland. Particularly, Mrs. Barber, Mrs. Behn, Miss Carter, Lady Chudleigh, Mrs. Cockburn, Mrs. Grierson, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Killigrew, Mrs. Leapor, Mrs. Madan, Mrs. Masters, Lady M. W. Montague, Mrs. Monk, Dutchess of Newcastle, Mrs. K. Philips, Mrs. Pilkington, Mrs. Rowe, Lady Winchelsea. Selected, with an account of the writers, by G. Colman and B. Thornton, Esqrs. A new edition. 1773
Author Poems by Eminent Ladies; Particularly Mrs. Barber, Mrs. Behn, Miss Carter, Lady Chudleigh, Mrs. Cockburn, Mrs. Grierson, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Killigrew, Mrs. Leapor, Mrs. Madan, Mrs. Masters, Lady M.W. Montague, Mrs. Monk, Duchess of Newcastle, Mrs. C. Philips, Mrs. Pilkington, Mrs. Rowe, Lady Winchelsea. 1780

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