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A Biographical Dictionary of the Living Authors of Great Britain and Ireland

A Biographical Dictionary of the Living Authors of Great Britain and Ireland

Source : Internet Archive

A Biographical Dictionary of the Living Authors of Great Britain and Ireland

A Biographical Dictionary of the Living Authors of Great Britain and Ireland

Source : Internet Archive

Results : SHERIDAN


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Lefanu, Mrs. sister to Mr. Sheridan, and mother of the young lady just mentioned. She roamed a Mr. Peter


Page 227

the brother in law of Mr. Sheridan, resided several years at Madras. He is the author of:


Page 344

third son of the celebrated Thomas Sheridan, an actor of eminence, and more distinguished as a teacher of elocution. Mrs.


Page 344

as a teacher of elocution. Mrs. Sheridan, the mother of our author, was also a woman of very superior genius


Page 344

in the world of letters. Mr. Rictiard Sheridan was born at Dublin in Octyjwr 1751, and at tbe


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relation of Mrs. Linley, and Mr. Sheridan for 3O,000L Sheridan. It is observable that at the Having now an interest


Page 346

Mr. Sheridan displayed more real pap in his musical studies, which he still pur- ,


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engagement of marriage, enabled him Mr. Sheridan. He has printed: '


Page 403

eenratioue oa Mr. Sheridan's Comparative fliaftt-, 410. 1788.-Clieip agalaet Mr. Bnrke, 8-9. fl,"fc"-Seven Letters to the People


Page 415

and a near relation of Mrs. Sheridan, the mother of the Rt. Hon. R. B. Sheridan. The subject of this


Page 421

Wilmot, Mrs. a relation ef Mr. Sheridan's, and the possessor of kindred go* nius, though the play vhich she produced