Seward, Anna (17471809)

Seward, Anna, poetess, born at Eyam, Derbyshire, but from the age of seven spent her life at Lichfield, where her father was residentiary canon; was a friend and indefatigable correspondent of Mrs. Piozzi, Dr. Darwin, Southey, Scott, and others; author of “Louisa,” a novel in poetry, “Sonnets” and other poems, which had in their day considerable popularity; her correspondence is collected in 6 vols. (17471809).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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