ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Lucy Peacock

(1768 ca.-1816)


Lucy Peacock was probably born in London, where she had a bookshop in Oxford Street. She edited the Juvenile Magazine and composed a number of books for children.


TEXT RECORDS:

1785The Adventures of the Six Princesses of Babylon.
1793The Knight of the Rose. An Allegorical Narrative.
1793The Knight of the Rose: Advertisement.

PUBLICATIONS:

The adventures Princesses of Babylon in the Travels to the temple of virtue. 1785.
Friendly labours. 1786.
The rambles of fancy. 1786.
The knight of the rose. 1793; 1807.
The visit for a week. 1794.
Ambrose and Eleanor ... translated. 1796.
A historical grammar [de la Croze, trans.] 1802.
The little emigrant, a tale. 2nd edition, 1802.
A chronological abridgment of world history 1807.
Patty Primrose. 1813.
Friendly labours, or tales and dramas for the amusement and instruction of youth. 1815.
Emily, or the test of sincerity. 1816.