Collective Biographies of Women
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482. K[elty], M[ary] A[nn].
Biography for Young Ladies.
9. Adams, William Henry Davenport
Exemplary Women: A Record of Feminine Virtues and Achievements.
Bainton, Roland Herbert.
Women of the Reformation in France and England.
619. P[ardon], G[eorge] F[rederick].
Illustrious Women Who Have Distinguished Themselves for Virtue, Piety and Benevolence.
692. Russell, William.
Extraordinary Women: Their Girlhood and Early Life.
Eccentric Biography; or, Memoirs of Remarkable Female Characters, Ancient and Modern. Including Actresses, Adventurers, Authoresses, Fortune-Tellers, Gipsies, Dwarfs, Swindlers and Vagrants: Also Many Others who Have Distinguished Themselves by Their Chastity, Dissipation, Intrepidity, Learning, Abstinence, Credulity, &c., &c.: Alphabetically Arranged: Forming a Pleasing Mirror of Reflection to the Female Mind. Ornamented with Portraits of the Most Singular Characters in the Work.
30. Anderson, Rev. James.
Ladies of the Reformation: Memoirs of Distinguished Female Characters, Belonging to the Period of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century. England, Scotland, and the Netherlands.
184. Cochelet, Louise [“Mme Parquin”].
Lives of Celebrated Women.
Facts to Correct Fancies; or, Short Narratives Compiled from the Biography of Remarkable Women. Written for Children, by a Mother.
200. Costello, Louisa Stuart.
Memoirs of Eminent Englishwomen.
Jerment, Rev. George, ed.
Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women, Who Were Ornaments of Their Sex, Blessings to Their Countries and Edifying Examples to the Church and World by Thomas Gibbons.
Sharp, T., and John Stanford.
The Heavenly Sisters; or, Biographical Sketches of the Lives of Thirty Eminently Pious Females, Partly Extracted from the Works of Gibbon, Germont, and Others, and Partly Original: Designed for the Use of Females in General, and Particularly Recommended for the Use of Ladies' Schools. To which is Added, a Memoir of Mrs. Abigail, Wife of the Late President Adams, and a Sketch of the Active Life of Mrs. Sarah Hoffman.
806. Timpson, Thomas.
British Female Biography: Being Select Memoirs of Pious Ladies in Various Ranks of Public and Private Life: Including Queens, Princesses, Martyrs, Scholars, Instructors, Poetesses, Philanthropists, Ministers' Wives.
495. Lancelott, Francis.
The Queens of England and Their Times: From Matilda, Queen of William the Conqueror, to Adelaide, Queen of William the Fourth.
724. Singleton, Esther,
Famous Women as Described by Famous Writers.
897. Wittenmyer, Annie.
The Women of the Reformation.
505. Lee, Anna Maria.
Memoirs of Eminent Female Writers, of All Ages and Countries.
174. Clarke, Mary Cowden.
World-Noted Women; or, Types of Womanly Attributes of All Lands and Ages. Author of “The Iron Cousin,” “The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines,” The Complete Concordance to Shakespear,” ETC., ETC. Illustrated with seventeen engravings on Steel, from Original designs by Charles Staal.
527. Mabie, Hamilton Wright, and Kate Stephens,
Heroines That Every Child Should Know: Tales for Young People of the World's Heroines of All Ages.
448. James, G[eorge] P[ayne] R[ainsford],
Memoirs of Celebrated Women.
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