Oh, dear…

I’ve been VERY preocuppied lately, and see what happens: no new posts in MONTHS. But, rest assured, that doesn’t mean I’m not around!

Will get around to posting some further incidents in Michael’s wonderful “diggings” for anything and everything Ladies of Llangollen — which I have posted as “A Plas Newydd Timeline“.  We’ve comments about and “sightings” of Eleanor & Sarah from the 1780s through the late 1820s.

The BIBLIOGRAPHY has some links – most of which are working – to useful and unusual articles, book chapters, and such like. Links for some of the *major* pieces, like Harland, Hamilton, and Blackburne are most easily found by “hovering’ over the word bibliography in the menu at the top of the blog, or choosing from among the “pages” on the right side of the screen.

I’ve still a way to go with the Anna Seward Letters. Truly terrible, because I’ve got them all typed up, from when I had a website (before moving over to WordPress). It’s just a case of cutting/pasting/proofing (the last is where I really get bogged down).

There’s a LOT of information here – more to come – and more from anyone who cares to contribute is welcome!

When people are reading — and stats are showing me there IS an audience eager to read about The Ladies of Llangollen — and commenting, then I have to take the time to add more, don’t I. Keep me on my toes!

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. anne egan
    Apr 30, 2014 @ 20:30:17

    facinating, cant wait to go there, seen Woodstock and Kilkenny now Wales looms…wonderful work and what a history

    Reply

    • Janeite Kelly
      Apr 30, 2014 @ 21:33:32

      Hi, Anne — LUCKY indeed to have seen Woodstock & Kilkenny. Must admit to a special place in my heart for Llangollen – it was in visiting that I first even learned about The Ladies.

      Thanks for commenting!!
      k

      Reply

  2. Jennie Reid
    May 14, 2015 @ 07:30:00

    I’m in Borris at the moment, visited Kilkenny last week. I’d heard about the ladies before I came to Ireland. Lovely to find your very comprehensive site and blog. I’m including a link to it on my blog, jenniereid.com.au

    Reply

    • Janeite Kelly
      May 15, 2015 @ 11:35:03

      Hi, Jennie – you are far from home, I see. How WONDERFUL that you are walking in the footsteps of Eleanor & Sarah! Thanks for spreading the word about the site. I’ve been rather lax about posting, but you WILL find much information on them. Tried to concentrate on people who knew or met them – and there is a surprising amount of material (published & unpublished). Would LOVE to hear more about your trip… k

      Reply

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