ID 516
Last Name Schimmelpenninck
First Name Mary Anne
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1778-11-25
Date of Death 1856-08-29
Place of Birth Birmingham
Place of Death
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/57041589
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Anne_Schimmelpenninck
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/dc/Schimmelpenninck_Adlard.jpg
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Editor Narrative of a Tour Taken in the Year 1667, to La Grande Chartreuse and Alet, by Dom Claude Lancelot, Author of the Port Royal Grammars; Including Some Account of Dom Armand Jean le Bouthillier de Rancé, Reverend Father Abbé, and Reformer of the Monastery of Notre Dame de la Trappe: with Notes and an Appendix, Containing Some Particulars Respecting M. Du Verger de Hauranne, Abbé de St. Cyran; Cornelius Jansenius, Bishop of Ypres; and also a Brief Sketch of the Celebrated Institution of Port Royal. 1813
Author Theory on the Classification of Beauty and Deformity, and their Correspondence with Physiognomic Expression, Exemplified in Various Works of Art, and Natural Objects, and Illustrated with Four General Charts, and Thirty-Eight Copper Plates. By Mary Anne Shimmelpenninck, Author of "A Tour to Alet". 1815
Editor A Tour to Alet and La Grande Chartreuse, by Dom Claude Lancelot, author of the Port Royal Grammars; with some account of the Monastery and Abbot Reformer of La Trappe; also biographical sketches of M. Du Verger de Hauranne, Abbedest.Cyran, Cornelius Jansenius, Bishop of Ypres; and a brief view of the celebrated institution of Port Royal. By Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck, author of Theory of the Classification of Beauty and Deformity. A Narrative of the Demolition of Port Royal Des Champs. &c. Second Edition, Considerably Enlarged. In Two Volumes. 1816
Author Narrative of the Demolition of the Monastery of Port Royal des Champs, including Biographical Memoirs of its Latter Inhabitants. By Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck, Author of Theory on the Classification of Beauty and Deformity; Dom Lancelot's Tour to Alet, &c. 1816
Author Biblical Fragments 1821
Author Asaph, or the Herrnhutters; being a rhythmical Sketch of the principal Events, and most remarkable Institutions in the modern History of the Church of the Unitas Fratrum, commonly called Moravians; and consisting of Three supposed Conversations between a Modern Unbeliever and some Members of the celebrated Moravian Settlement at Zeist, near Utrecht. Intended chiefly for young Persons connected with that Church. By one of its Members. 1822
Author Psalms according to the Authorized Version: with prefatory titles and tabular index of scriptural references 1825
Author Manual of la mère Agnès; or, A gift from an abbess to her nuns 1829
Author Select Memoirs of Port Royal, to which are appended, Tour to Alet; Visit to Port Royal; Gift of an Abbess; Biographical Notices, &c. Taken from Original Documents. By M. A. Schimmelpenninck. Third Edition. 1829
Author Manuel of la Mère Agnès, or A Gift from an Abbess to her Nuns, a Specimen of "La Religieuse Parfaite et Imparfaite," of la Mère Agnès de St. Paul Arnauld, Abbess of Port Royal. By M. A. Schimmelpenninck. 1830
Translator Some Particulars relating to the late Emperor Alexander, previous to his Arrival, and during his stay at Paris, in 1815 1830
Author Select Memoirs of Port Royal, to which are appended, Tour to Alet; Visit to Port Royal; Gift of an Abbess; Biographical Notices, &c. Taken from Original Documents. By M. A. Schimmelpenninck. Fourth Edition. 1835

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