ID 624
Last Name Murray
First Name Sarah
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1744
Date of Death 1811-11-05
Place of Birth
Place of Death Kensington
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/62961537
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Murray_(travel_writer)
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Titles

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Role Title Date
Author The school: Being a series of letters, between a young lady and her mother. 1766
Author The school: Being a series of letters, between a young lady and her mother. Part the second. 1767
Author The school: Being a series of letters, between a young lady and her mother. Part the third. 1772
Author A companion, and useful guide to the beauties of Scotland, to the lakes of Westmoreland, Cumberland, and Lancashire; and to the curiosities in the district of Craven, in the West riding of Yorkshire. To which is added, a more particular description of Scotland, especially that part of it, called the highlands. By the Hon. Mrs. Murray, of Kensington. 1799
Author A Companion and Useful Guide to the Beauties in the Western Highlands of Scotland, and in the Hebrides: To which is added, a description of part of the main land of Scotland, and of the isles of Mull, Ulva, Staffa, I-Columbkill, Tirii, Coll, Eigg, Skye, Raza, and Scalpa. By the Hon. Mrs. Murray, of Kensington. Vol. II. 1803
Author A Companion and Useful Guide to the Beauties in the Western Highlands of Scotland, and the Hebrides. To which is added, a description of part of the main land of Scotland, and of the Isles of Mull, Ulva, Staffa, I-Columbkill, Tirii, Coll, Eigg, Skye, Raza, and Scalpa.. By the Hon. Mrs. Murray, of Kensington. Vol. II. The second edition. 1805
Author A Companion and Useful Guide to the Beauties of Scotland, and the Hebrides, to the Lakes of Westmoreland, Cumberland, and Lancashire; and to the Curiosities in the District of Craven, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Also a Description of Part of Scotland, particularly of the Highlands, and of the Isles of Mull, Ulva, Staffa, I-Columbkill, Tirii, Coll, Eigg, Rume, Skye, Raza, and Scalpa. To which is now added, An account of the new roads in Scotland, and of a beautiful cavern lately discovered in the Isle of Skye. By the Hon. Mrs. Murray Aust, of Kensington. In two volumes.—Vol. I. The third edition. 1810

Recommended Citation

"Murray, Sarah" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 624 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/624. Accessed 2020-10-29.

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