ID 51
Last Name Brooke
First Name Charlotte
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1740
Date of Death 1793-03-29
Place of Birth Cavan
Place of Death Longford
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/7731550
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_Brooke
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Author Proposals for printing by subscription reliques of Irish poetry: Consisting of heroic tales, odes, elegies, and songs, translated into English verse, with notes explanatory and historical; to which will be subjoined a legendary tale. By Miss Brooke. 1788
Translator Reliques of Irish Poetry: Consisting of Heroic Poems, Odes, Elegies, and Songs, Translated into English Verse: With Notes Explanatory and Historical; and the Originals in the Irish Character. To Which is Subjoined an Irish Tale. By Miss Brooke. 1789
Author The school for Christians, in dialogues, for the use of children. By Miss Brooke. 1791
Editor The Poetical Works of Henry Brooke, Esq. Author of Gustavus Vasa, Fool of Quality, &c, Revised and corrected by the original manuscript; with a portrait of the author, and his life. By Miss Brooke 1792
Translator Bolg an Tsolair: Or, Gaelic Magazine, Containing Laoi na Sealga: or, the Famous Fenian Poem, called The Chase; with a Collection of Choice Irish Songs, translated by Miss Brooke. To which is prefixed, an abridgment of Irish grammar; with a vocabulary, and familiar dialogues. 1795
Author A dialogue between a lady and her pupils, describing a journey through England and Wales; in which a detail of the different arts and manufactures of each city and town is accurately given; Interspersed with Observations and Descriptions in Natural History. Designed for young ladies and schools. By Mrs. Brook. 1802
Author Emma; Or The Foundling Of The Wood. A Novel. By Miss Brooke, Daughter Of The Late Henry Brooke, Author of The Fool Of Quality, Etc. 1803
Author Emma; Or The Foundling Of The Wood. A Novel. By Miss Brooke, Daughter Of The Late Henry Brooke, Author of The Fool Of Quality, Etc. 1803
Author A dialogue between a lady and her pupils, describing a journey through England and Wales; with a detail of arts and manufactures of each city and town, and descriptions of natural history. Designed for schools in General. By Mrs. Brooke. Third edition, considerably englared. Together with an introductory account of England, and of the metropolis of the British Empire. By the Rev. John Evans, A.M. Master of a seminary for a limited number of pupils, Pullin's-Row, Islington; and author of a sketch of the denominations of the Christian world, sequel, &c. 1812
Translator Reliques of Irish Poetry. Consisting of Heroic Poems, Odes, Elegies, and Songs, Translated into English Verse. With Notes Explanatory and Historical; and the Originals in the Irish Character. To which is subjoined an Irish Tale. By Miss Brooke. To which is prefixed, a memoir of her life and writings, by Aaron Crossly Seymour, Esq. Author of "Letters to Young Persons," &c. &c. 1816
Author A dialogue between a lady and her pupils, describing a journey through England and Wales; in which a detail of the different arts and manufactures of each city and town is accurately given; Interspersed with Observations and Descriptions in Natural History. Designed for young ladies and schools. By Mrs. Brook. [1800?]

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"Brooke, Charlotte" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 51 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/51. Accessed 2021-05-09.

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