ID 3134
Last Name Gregory
First Name John
Title Dr.
Gender Male
Date of Birth 1724-06-03
Date of Death 1773-02-09
Place of Birth Aberdeen
Place of Death Edinburgh
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/14799615
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Gregory_(moralist)
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e8/John_Gregory_b1724.jpg
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Role Title Date
Author The Young Lady's Parental Monitor: Containing, I. Dr. Gregory's "Father's Legacy to his Daughters." II. Lady Pennington's "Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Absent Daughters." III. Marchioness de Lambert's "Advice of a Mother to her Daughter." 1790
Author The Lady's pocket library. Containing: 1. Miss More's Essays. 2. Dr. Gregory's Legacy to his daughters. 3. Lady Pennington's Unfortunate mother's advice to her daughters. 4. Marchioness of Lambert's Advice of a mother to her daughter. 5. Mrs. Chapone's Letter on the government of the temper. 6. Swift's Letter to a young lady newly married. 7. Moore's Fables for the female sex. 1792
Author The Lady's pocket library. Containing, 1. Miss More's Essays. 2. Dr. Gregory's Legacy to his Daughters. 3. Lady Pennington's Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Daughters. 4. Marchioness of Lambert's Advice of a Mother to her Daughter. 5. Mrs. Chapone's Letter on the Government of the Temper. 6. Swift's Letter to a Young Lady Newly Married. 7. Moore's Fables for the Female Sex. 1794
Author The Lady's pocket library. Containing, 1. Miss More's Essays. 2. Dr. Gregory's Legacy to his daughters. 3. Lady Pennington's Unfortunate mother's advice to her daughters. 4. Rudiments of taste, by the Countess of Carlisle. 5. Mrs. Chapone's Letter on the government of the temper. 6. Swift's Letter to a young lady newly married. 7. Moore's Fables for the female sex. Third American Edition, Improved. 1797
Author Letters on the improvement of the mind, by Mrs. Chapone, and A father's legacy to his daughters, by the late Dr. Gregory. 1808
Author Letters on the improvement of the mind: addressed to a lady. By Mrs. Chapone; and A father's legacy to his daughters. By Dr. Gregory. 1808
Author A father's legacy to his daughters. To which is added, the way to get married, and the advantages and disadvantages of the marriage state; represented under the similitude of a dream. 1809
Author Letters on the improvement of the mind: addressed to a lady. By Mrs. Chapone; and A father's legacy to his daughters. By Dr. Gregory. 1810
Author The Lady's Library; or, Parental Monitor: Containing, Dr. Gregory's Father's Legacy to his Daughters, Lady Pennington's Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Daughters, Marchioness de Lambert's Advice of a Mother to her Daughter, and Moore's Fables for the Female Sex. A New Edition. 1813
Author Letters on the improvement of the mind. By Mrs. Chapone. And, A father's legacy to his daughters. By the late Dr. Gregory. 1820
Author Letters on the Improvement of the Mind. Addressed to a Lady. By Mrs. Chapone. A Father's Legacy to his Daughters. By Dr Gregory. A Mother's Advice to her Absent Daughters. By Lady Pennington. With Lives of the Authors. 1821
Author A Father’s Legacy to His Daughters. By Dr. Gregory. A Letter to a New-Married Lady. By Mrs. Chapone. &c. 1828
Author The Young Ladies' Class Book; a Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose and Verse. By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston. 1831
Author The Young Ladies' Class Book; a Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose and Verse. By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston. 1832
Author A father's legacy to his daughters by Dr. Gregory. A letter to a new-married lady. By Mrs. Chapone, etc. 1835
Author The Young Ladies' Class Book; a Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose and Verse. By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston. Stereotype Edition. 1835

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