Mary Chandler(1687 - 11 September 1745)
Works in ECPA
alphabetical listing / listing in source editions
- A Description of Bath. Humbly Inscribed to Her Royal Highness the Princess Amelia. ()
- A LETTER to Lady F—. From the Other World. ()
- A Letter to the Right Honourable the Lady Russel. Written at her Ladyship's Desire, on the Conversation at Breakfast. ()
- My Own EPITAPH. ()
- My WISH. ()
- On Mr. B—'s Garden. To Mrs. S—. ()
- On my Recovery. ()
- A POEM on the Princess Amelia. In Answer to Damon, who invited the Nymphs of Bath, to sing her Praise. ()
- A SONG. ()
- To Dr. Oliver, Who corrected my Bath Poem. ()
- To Miss Moor, On her FIRE-SCREEN. ()
- To Mrs. Boteler. A Description of her Garden. ()
- To Mrs. Jacob, On her Seat called, The Rocks, in Gloucestershire. ()
- To Mrs. Moor, A Poem on Friendship. Written in 1729. ()
- To Mrs. Shales. ()
- To Mrs. Stephens. ()
- To Mrs. Ward. ()
- To the Reverend Doctor S—. An Invitation to a Morning-Walk in the Spring. ()
- To the Reverend Mr. Sam. Chandler. On WISDOM. ()
- Chandler, Mary, 1687-1745. The Description Of Bath. A Poem. Humbly Inscribed To Her Royal Highness the Princess Amelia. By Mrs. Mary Chandler. The Third Edition. To which are added, Several Poems by the same Author [poems only]. London: Printed for James Leake, Bookseller in Bath, 1736. 77p. (ESTC T63103)
Lonsdale, Roger, ed. Eighteenth-Century Women Poets. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1989. 151-155. Print.
Todd, Janet, ed. A Dictionary of British and American Women Writers 1660-1800. Paperback edition, revised. Lanham et al.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1987. 80-81. Print.
'To sing the town': women, place, and print culture in eighteenth-century Bath.Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 28 (1999): 155-172. Print.
A Bath Poetess of the Eighteenth Century.Review of English Studies (Oct. 1925): 404-420. Print.
Prescott, Sarah; Shuttleton, David E.
Mary Chandler, Elizabeth Rowe, and Ralph's Miscellany: coincidental biographical and bibliographical findings.Notes and Queries 48(1) (2001): 31-34. Print.
Troost, Linda Veronica.
Geography and gender: Mary Chandler and Alexander Pope.Mell, Donald C. Pope, Swift, and women writers. Newark: Delaware UP; London/Toronto: Assoc. UPs, 1996. 67-85. Print.