ID 441
Last Name Beverley
First Name Elizabeth
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1792
Date of Death 1832-11-19
Place of Birth
Place of Death Lambeth
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Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Beverley
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Role Title Date
Author Modern Times. Being a Few Remarks on the 29th Verse of the 5th Chapter of Jeremiah 1818
Author The Actress's Ways and Means, to Industriously Raise the Wind. Containing the Moral and Entertaining Poetical Effusions of Mrs. R. Beverley, Comedian; Professor of Elocution, and author of the popular "Coronation Sermon," "Modern Times" &c. &c. 1818
Author A Poetical Olio by Mrs. R. Beverly, Comedian, Author of the Mirror, Modern Times, &c. 1819
Author The Monmouth-Street Cap. Being a Close Fit for Many Small Heads as well as Great Ones 1819
Author Entertaining and Moral Poems, on Various Subjects, Expressly Designed for the Use of the Rising Generation 1820
Author The Actress's Ways and Means, to Industriously Raise the Wind. Containing the Moral and Entertaining Poetical Effusions of Mrs. R. Beverley, comedian. 1820
Author A Glass for Kings. A Sermon, Proper to be Preached at the Coronation of a King. Being the Reverse of a Canterbury Tale, or a Yorkshire Story! as it is Most Faithfully Expounded from the Following Texts of Holy Writ. 1821
Author The Actress's Ways and Means to Industriously Raise the Wind: Containing the Moral and Entertaining Poetical Effusions . . . . 1822
Author The Actress's Ways and Means, to Industriously Raise the Wind! Containing the Moral and Entertaining Poetical Effusions of Mrs. R. Beverley, Comedian, Professor of Elocution, and Author of the popular "Coronation Sermon," "Modern Times," &c. 1822
Author The Actress's Ways and Means, to Industriously Raise the Wind! Containing the Moral and Entertaining Poetical Effusions of... 1822
Author The Actress's Ways and Means, to Industriously Raise the Wind! Containing the Moral and Entertaining Poetical Effusions of... 1822
Author The Actress's Ways and Means to Industriously Raise the Wind: Containing Moral and Entertaining Poems, on a Variety of Subjects 1823
Author The Actress's Ways and Means to Industriously Raise the Wind: Containing the Moral and Entertaining Poetical Effusions 1823
Author The Book of Variety. Containing Laughable Anecdotes, Entertaining Poetry, and Various Pieces of Interest and Amusement 1823
Author Odd Thoughts, on a Variety of Odd Subjects, by that Odd Little Woman, Mrs Elizabeth Beverley, Comedian; Professor of Elocution, and Authoress of the Popular Coronation Sermon, &c. 1825
Author The Actress's Ways and Means to Industriously Raise the Wind: Containing the Moral and Entertaining Poetical Effusions . . . . 1825
Author Entertaining Moral Poems, on a Variety of Subjects 1826
Author The Bee. Containing Letters from Mrs. Elizabeth Beverley, (comedian, professor of elocution, and authoress of the popular "Coronation Sermon," &c. &c.) in Town, to her friend, Poll Curious, in the Country 1827
Author Veluti in Speculum. Wherein the Authoress ... has Candidly Stated Her Opinions on a Variety of Useful, and, She Hopes, Entertaining Subjects 1827
Author Useful Subjects in Prose and Verse; by Mrs. Elizabeth Beverley, Comedian; Professor of Elocution and Authoress of the Popular Coronation Sermon, &c. &c. Fourth Edition. 1828
Author The Indefatigable, Bound on a Voyage to the Island of Liberality, fitted out and stored (with what it is respectfully hoped will please her numerous friends), by the sole owner 1830

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