2 edition of Lady Anne Barnard at the cape of Good Hope, 1797-1802 found in the catalog.
Lady Anne Barnard at the cape of Good Hope, 1797-1802
|Statement||by Dorothea Fairbridge, illustrated by a series of sketches made by Lady Anne Barnard.|
|LC Classifications||DT844.25.B2 F3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 343,  p.|
|Number of Pages||343|
|LC Control Number||25009810|
Wine, Women and Good Hope: A history of scandalous behaviour in the Cape by June McKinnon is a romp through the more salacious history of the Cape of Good Hope. In this excerpt from the book, McKinnon takes a closer look at the generally bad behaviour that characterised the first British Occupation of the Cape from to Some of the interesting. He is presently writing a cultural history of Lady Anne Barnard at the Cape of Good Hope (–), while also working on Sir George Macartney’s diplomatic papers from China, India, Russia, and the Cape of Good Hope.
Fairbridge (D.) LADY ANNE BARNARD AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE Illustrated by a series of sketches made by Lady Anne Barnard. Published: At the Clarendon Press, Oxford, Edition: First edition. The Cape diaries of Lady Anne Barnard, by Barnard, Anne Lindsay Lady; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: British, Diaries, History, Social life and customs, Travel; Places: Cape of Good Hope, Cape of Good Hope (South Africa), South Africa; People: Anne Lindsay Barnard Lady (); Times: , 19th century, To
Lady Anne Lindsay () was the daughter of James Lindsay, 5th Earl of Balcarres, and in her connections with fellow Scot Henry Dundas, then Minister for War and the Colonies, procured for her husband, Andrew Barnard, the position of colonial secretary to Lord George Macartney (), the first British governor of the Cape of. Lady Anne: A Chronicle in Verse by Antjie Krog is the first English translation of an award winning book published in Afrikaans in It engages critically and creatively with a key moment of colonial history-the time Lady Anne Barnard spent at the Cape of Good Hope, from to Author: Antjie Krog.
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LADY ANNE BARNARD At the Cape of Good Hope by FAIRBRIDGE Dorothea and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Lady Anne Barnard at the cape of Good Hope, Oxford, Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Anne Lindsay Barnard, Lady; Anne Lindsay Barnard, Lady: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dorothea Fairbridge.
Fairbridge, Dorothea. Lady Anne Barnard at the Cape of Good Hope Published: Clarendon Press, Oxford, Edition: First Edition. Barnard, Lady Anne Lindsay, South Africa a century ago; letters written from the Cape of Good Hope () () Chapman, John H (ed) The Register book of marriages belonging to the Parish of St George, Hanover Square in the County of Middlesex Vol 2 ().
Lady Anne Barnard (nee Lindsay) resided in Cape Town for four and a half years (May January ) and has a special place in the history of the settlement of the Cape of Good Hope. Lady Macartney was unable to accompany her husband to the Cape and thus when the Governor took up his Office, he relied on Lady Anne to be his first lady and.
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1; 2; Next; 1; 2. The Cape Diaries of Lady Anne Barnard, Issue 29 of Second series The Cape Diaries of Lady Anne Barnard,Lady Anne Lindsay Barnard Van Riebeeck Society Volume 2 of Wisdom of Shakespeare Series: Author: Lady Anne Lindsay Barnard: Editors: Margaret Lenta, Basil Alexander Le Cordeur: Publisher: Van Riebeeck Society, The, ISBN.
Barnard, Lady Anne. South Africa a Century Ago: Letters Written from the Cape of Good Hope (–), edited by W. Wilkins. Reprint, New York: Kraus. Soft cover.
Condition: Very Good. 8vopp. Illustrated in colour and b/w. End paper maps. Based on the Journal of Lady Barnard's journey around the Cape Colony in the late 18th Century. Signed by Author on title page. In pictorial laminated boards. Very good copy. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory #.
Lady Anne Barnard. One of the most popular and best-known personalities in Cape Town at this time was Lady Anne Barnard, wife of Mr. Andrew Barnard, who was secretary to the Cape Government. Lady Macartney had not accompanied her husband to South Africa, so Lady Anne acted as the official hostess at the Castle.
PREFACE. THE letters which form this book were written by Lady Anne Barnard from Cape Colony to the first Viscount Melville, then the Right Honourable Henry Dundas, Secretary of State for War, Treasurer of the Navy, and President of the Board of Control in Pitt's first Administration, during the earliest British occupation of South Africa, a century ago.
Lady Anne Barnard at the Cape of Good Hope, [Fairbridge, Dorothea] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lady Anne Barnard at the Cape of Good Hope, 'Defiance' book review: why Lady Anne Barnard was so important in SA's history 05 February - By Andrew Unsworth Authoress Lady Anne Barnard ( - ), circa Comparative Literature Luncheon Series.
Lady Anne Lindsay Barnard () was the wife of a colonial administrator at the Cape of Good Hope,under the governorship of Sir George Macartney and Sir George Yonge.
Lady Anne Barnard at the cape of Good Hope, / by Dorothea Fairbridge, illustrated by a series of sketches made by Lady Anne Barnard Fairbridge, Dorothea [ Book: ].
"The Cape Journals of Lady Anne Barnard: "; ed. by Lewin Robinson, Margaret Lenta & Dorothy Driver; Van Riebeeck Society; Cape Town (" for "); [being original 3 vols.
combined into just 1 volume-book]; pp. + additional xix pp. of introduction + additional 9 pages regarding the Van Riebeeck Society + "tipped in" color pix of Lady Anne Barnard + /w illustrations of drawings Reviews: 1. On the 4 th May Lady Anne and her husband Andrew, stepped off the ‘Trusty’ in Cape Town, having set sail from Plymouth on the 23 rd February.
Andrew was to be second in charge after the Governor, Lord Macartney, and so the Barnards moved into the Castle of Good Hope. Macartney’s wife did not accompany her husband on this remote posting in Africa, so it fell to Lady Anne. I am working on a New Cambridge Companion to Samuel Johnson for Cambridge, on another book of essays on Johnson for Lehigh University Press, and on a book on the art and writing of Lady Anne Lindsay Barnard () at the Cape of Good Hope, In Dec.
I retired as Professor of English and Director of the University Press at. These famous grounds were originally home to diarist and artist Lady Anne Barnard and husband Andrew, colonial secretary to the Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, Earl Macartney.
The Barnard’s built their house in February and it was ground breaking from the start, being the first ‘English’ style house in the Cape.
Barnard, Anne Lindsay, Lady, Cape journals of Lady Anne Barnard, Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, (OCoLC) Online version: Barnard, Anne Lindsay, Lady, Cape journals of Lady Anne Barnard, Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, (OCoLC) Named Person.
A much deserved tribute to Lady Anne Barnard, 'Lady Anne Bernard's Watercolours & Sketches. Glimpses of the Cape of Good Hope' by Nicolas Barker includes her Panorama of Cape Town, reproduced in full colour as a foldout, measuring meters .Lady Anne Barnard, author of the popular ballad “Auld Robin Gray” ().
In she married Sir Andrew Barnard and accompanied him to the Cape of Good Hope when he became colonial secretary there in When the Cape was ceded to Holland (). Lady Anne is commemorated in several ways in Cape Town. A chamber in the Castle of Good Hope is known as "Lady Anne Barnard's Ballroom"; a road in the suburb of Newlands, where the Barnards lived, is named "Lady Anne Avenue" and a carved sculpture of her is displayed in the foyer of the civic centre in the neighbouring suburb of Claremont.