ID 446
Last Name Opie
First Name Amelia
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1769-11-12
Date of Death 1853-12-02
Place of Birth Norwich
Place of Death Norwich
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/39410771
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amelia_Opie
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e5/Amelia_Opie_by_John_Opie.jpg
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Titles

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Role Title Date
Author Dangers of coquetry. A novel. In two volumes. ... 1790
Author Here’s a Health to Those Far Away, a Song with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte, the Words by the Author Of “My Love to War Is Going.” Music by Edward Smith Biggs. 1795
Author The Cabinet. By a Society of Gentlemen. 1795
Author To Mr. Opie, On his having painted for me the picture of Mrs. Twiss. 1799
Author A Second Set of Hindoo Airs with English Words Adapted to Them by Mrs. Opie, and Harmonized for One, Two, Three, and Four Voices, (or for a Single Voice) with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte or Harp, by Mr. Biggs. 1800
Author The Emigrant, Written by Mrs. Opie, Set to Music by Mr. Hook. 1800
Author Twelve Hindoo Airs with English Words Adapted to Them by Mrs. Opie, and Harmonized for One, Two, Three, and Four Voices, with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte or Harp, by Mr. Biggs. 1800
Author Six Songs Written by Mrs. Opie, Set to Music with an Accompaniment for the Harp, or Piano Forte, and Dedicated to the Right Honorable, Lady Willoughby, De Eresby; by E. S. Biggs. 1801
Author Six Welch Airs Adapted to English Words, and Harmonized for Two, Three, and Four, Voices, with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte or Harp. 1801
Author The Evening Call of the Swiss Pastors, Harmonized and Arranged as a Gleee: For Three Voices by Mr Biggs; the Words Written and Adapted to the Music by Mrs. Opie. 1801
Author The Father and Daughter. A Tale, in Prose. By Mrs. Opie. Second Edition. 1801
Author The Father and Daughter. A Tale, in Prose: with an Epistle from the Maid of Corinth to her Lover; and Other Poetical Pieces. By Mrs. Opie. 1801
Author Elegy to the Memory of the late Duke of Bedford: written on the Evening of his Interment. By Mrs. Opie. 1802
Author Poems by Mrs. Opie. 1802
Author The Father and Daughter, A Tale, in Prose. By Mrs. Opie. Third Edition. 1802
Author The father and daughter, a tale. By Amelia Opie. 1802
Author Ah! Me! With That False One, a Favorite Irish Air Harmonized as a Glee for 4 Voices by Mr Biggs, the Words by Mrs. Opie. 1803
Author Go Youth Belov’d, the Poetry by Mrs. Opie, the Music Composed and Respectfully Inscribed to Mrs. Clarke by Felix Yaniewicz. 1803
Author Poems by Mrs. Opie. The Second Edition. 1803
Author A Second Sett of Welch Airs, with English Words Written to Them by Mrs. Opie. Harmonized and Arranged for One, Two, Three & Four Voices, with an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano Forte, by Mr. Biggs. 1804
Author Poems. By Mrs. Opie. The Third Edition. 1804
Author The Father and Daughter. A Tale, in Prose: with an Epistle from the Maid of Corinth to her Lover; and Other Poetical Pieces. By Mrs. Opie. Fourth Edition. 1804
Author Adeline Mowbray; or, The Mother and Daughter. A Tale, in Three Volumes. By Mrs. Opie. 1805
Author Adeline Mowbray; or, The Mother and Daughter: A Tale, in Three Volumes. By Mrs. Opie. The Second Edition. 1805
Author The Chaplet. A Collection of Poems; Partly Original and Partly Selected. With Two Elegant Engravings, etc. 1805

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