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Fri Mar 21 17:08:17 2014 UTClccn-n500785260.13According to Queeney0.640.92Johnson, Boswell and Mrs. Piozzi : a suppressed passage restored24645296Hester_Thralen 50078526112174H. L. P. (Hester Lynch Piozzi), 1741-1821Lynch Piozzi, Hester 1740-1821Lynch Piozzi, Hester, 1741-1821P., H. L. (Hester Lynch Piozzi), 1741-1821P., Mrs. (Mrs. Piozzi), 1741-1821Piozzi, Esther Lynch 1740-1821Piozzi, Heather Lynch 1740-1821Piozzi, Hester, 1741-1821Piozzi, Hester L. 1740-1821Piozzi (Hester Lynch), Mrs, 1741-1821Piozzi, Hester Lynch Salusbury ThralePiozzi, Hester Lynch Salusbury Thrale, 1741-1821Piozzi, Hester Lynch Thrale, 1741-1821Piozzi, Hesther L. 1740-1821Piozzi, Hesther LynchPiozzi, Hesther Lynch 1740-1821Piozzi, Hesther Lynch, 1741-1821Piozzi, Mrs. (Hester Lynch), 1741-1821Piozzi, Thrale, Mrs., 1741-1821Salusbury, Heather Lynch 1740-1821Salusbury, Hester 1740-1821 Frueherer NameSalusbury, Hester Lynch 1740-1821Salusbury, Hester Lynch, 1741-1821Thrale, Harriet Lynch 1740-1821 Frueherer NameThrale, Hester L. 1740-1821Thrale, Hester LynchThrale, Hester Lynch 1740-1821 Frueherer NameThrale, Hester Lynch, 1741-1821Thrale (Hester Lynch), Mrs, 1741-1821Thrale, Hester Lynch Salusbury 1740-1821Thrale, Hester Lynch Salusbury, 1741-1821Thrale, ... Mrs. 1740-1821 Frueherer NameThrale, ..., Mrs, 1741-1821Thrale, Mrs. (Hester Lynch), 1741-1821Thrale, Mrs. Hester Lynch (Salusbury)Thrale-Piozzi (Hester Lynch), Mrs, 1741-1821Thrale-Piozzi, Mrs. (Hester Lynch), 1741-1821Thrale-Piozzi, Mrs. Hester Lynch (Salusbury)lccn-n78095825Johnson, Samuel1709-1784lccn-n79018795Boswell, James1740-1795lccn-n2001039062Keith, Hester Maria ElphinstoneViscountess1764-1857lccn-nr92018650Thrale, Henry1728-1781lccn-n50030377Eccles, Mary Hydeedtlccn-n79145714Bainbridge, Beryl1932-2010lccn-n85137014Rosenwald, Edith Goodkindlccn-n90717238Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n79059583Clifford, James L.(James Lowry)1901-1978lccn-n82229214Hayward, A.(Abraham)1801-1884edtPiozzi, Hester Lynch1741-1821Records and correspondenceBiographyAnecdotesHistoryGuidebooksPiozzi, Hester Lynch,Johnson, Samuel,Authors, EnglishGreat BritainEngland--LondonFriendshipTravelKeith, Hester Maria Elphinstone,--Viscountess,Thrale, Henry,Mothers and daughtersAuthorsIntellectual lifeLexicographersEnglandItalyMarriageBoswell, James,Manners and customsEngland--London--StreathamFranceAuthors, ScottishBiographersEuropeWomen and literatureThrall familySalisbury familyFamiliesEnglish language--Synonyms and antonymsConway, William Augustus,GermanyLove-lettersActorsWalesWorld historyCourtshipLast years of a person's lifeEnglish drama (Comedy)Political sciencePoets, EnglishSynonymsWatermarksFrance--AngoumoisBoswell, James,Biographical fictionWomen authors, EnglishIntellectualsMan-woman relationshipsJohnson, SamuelAustria1741182117541755176017631764176617681770177117721773177417751776177717781779178017811782178317841785178617871788178917901791179217931794179517961797179817991800180118021803180418051806180718081809181018111812181318141815181618171818181918201821182218231826182718281833183618431856186118761884188618871888188918901891189218991901190219081910191319141918192119251926192719291931193219331934193619371938193919411942194319471948194919501951195219531961196319671968196919711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219841985198619871989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013183476261374BPR3533ocn837950254ocn837950333ocn457614780ocn083670513ocn083363263ocn612821374128093ocn000147926book17860.73Piozzi, Hester LynchAnecdotes of the late Samuel Johnson, LL. D., during the last twenty years of his lifeBiographyAnecdotes87010ocn001382645book19520.53Johnson, SamuelThe letters of Samuel JohnsonBiographyRecords and correspondence85251ocn023308866book17890.70Piozzi, Hester LynchObservations and reflections made in the course of a journey through France, Italy, and GermanyGuidebooks4944ocn000664073book19380.39Boswell, JamesThe life of Samuel Johnson, LL.DBiography47433ocn000054750book17860.63Piozzi, Hester LynchAnecdotes of Samuel JohnsonBiographyAnecdotes+-+449501989646214ocn001185092book19320.66Piozzi, Hester LynchThe French journals of Mrs. Thrale and Doctor Johnson44847ocn002987732book17940.79Piozzi, Hester LynchBritish synonymy; or, An attempt at regulating the choice of words in familiar conversation4308ocn017441329book19890.73Piozzi, Hester LynchThe Piozzi letters : correspondence of Hester Lynch Piozzi, 1784-1821 (formerly Mrs. Thrale)Records and correspondence+-+294886923539710ocn000851094book19340.70Lansdowne, Henry William Edmund Petty-FitzMauriceThe Queeney letters : being letters addressed to Hester Maria Thrale by Doctor Johnson, Fanny Burney and Mrs. Thrale-Piozzi30314ocn000359617book19420.73Piozzi, Hester LynchThraliana; the diary of Mrs. Hester Lynch Thrale (later Mrs. Piozzi) 1776-1809BiographyV. 1. 1776-1784.--v. 2. 1784-18093004ocn012079042book19840.63Piozzi, Hester LynchDr. Johnson by Mrs. Thrale : the "anecdotes" of Mrs. Piozzi in their original formBiographyAnecdotes23315ocn005503720book18920.81Piozzi, Hester LynchGlimpses of Italian society in the eighteenth century2272ocn023221155book19910.90Tearle, JohnMrs. Piozzi's tall young beau, William Augustus ConwayRecords and correspondence22315ocn002957046book17880.90Johnson, SamuelLetters to and from the late Samuel Johnson, LL. D., to which are added some poems never before printedRecords and correspondence2138ocn000359619book19140.84Piozzi, Hester LynchThe intimate letters of Hester Piozzi and Penelope Pennington, 1788-1821BiographyRecords and correspondence+-+974040189619613ocn001209083book18010.79Piozzi, Hester LynchRetrospection, or, A review of the most striking and important events, characters, situations, and their consequences, which the last eighteen hundred years have presented to the view of mankindHistory1938ocn000037076book19680.84Piozzi, Hester LynchBritish synonymy, 17941749ocn062836572file17980.81A Series of letters on courtship and marriage. To which are added, Witherspoon's letters on marriage.-- Mrs. Piozzi's letter to a gentleman newly married.-- Swift's letter to a newly married lady, &c. &c1296ocn002887168book19260.76Piozzi, Hester LynchThe letters of Mrs. ThraleRecords and correspondence12812ocn642644753file17980.73Piozzi, Hester LynchThree warnings to John Bull before he dies. By an old acquaintance of the public10936ocn047056369book20010.21Bainbridge, BerylAccording to QueeneyFictionSamuel Johnson, the literary giant of mid-eighteenth century London, becomes part of the chaotic household of wealthy brewer Henry Thrale+-+482252132587518ocn002629288book19410.66Clifford, James LHester Lynch Piozzi (Mrs. Thrale)Biography8207ocn000589213book19720.50Eccles, Mary HydeThe impossible friendship; Boswell and Mrs. ThraleBiographyRecords and correspondence6665ocn003120916book19760.47Piozzi, Hester LynchThe Thrales of Streatham ParkBiography47319ocn000413985book18610.79Piozzi, Hester LynchAutobiography, letters and literary remains of Mrs. Piozzi (Thrale)HistoryBiographyRecords and correspondence+-+96068315964342ocn011783428book19850.70McCarthy, WilliamHester Thrale Piozzi, portrait of a literary womanHistoryBiography43325ocn000351594book18900.79Seeley, L. BMrs. Thrale, afterwards Mrs. Piozzi; a sketch of her life and passages from her diaries, letters & other writingsBiographyRecords and correspondence2743ocn047037201book20010.23Bainbridge, BerylAccording to QueeneyHistoryFiction"In 1764, the great Samuel Johnson, irascible genius, unparalleled wit and the toast of all society, is plagued by ill health and has become jaded with his bickering dependants. Suffering from a bout of melancholy, he accepts an introduction to the table of Henry Thrale, a wealthy Southwark brewer, and his vivacious wife Hester. Thus begins an extraordinary relationship that is to last twenty years - and allows us into a world unknown to James Boswell." "As Johnson settles into the generous niche established for him in the Thrales' crowded and hectic household, he comes increasingly to rely upon Hester Thrale, and their intimate friendship develops into something darker and more ambiguous. The family is drawn into the raucous, chaotic caravan of Johnson's friends and admirers: Garrick and Goldsmith, Fanny Burney and Joshua Reynolds, sycophants, scholars and drunkards, and it is left to Hester's neglected oldest daughter, named after her mother but known as Queeney, prodigiously clever, spirited and mocking, to provide her own sharp commentary on the destruction that ensures."--BOOK JACKET+-+52130316853242295ocn004340162book19420.73Piozzi, Hester LynchThraliana; the diary of Mrs. Hester Lynch Thrale (later Mrs. Piozzi) 1776-1809BiographyV. 1. 1776-1784.--v. 2. 1784-18092104ocn244314892book20080.35McIntyre, IanHester : the remarkable life of Dr Johnson's 'dear mistress'HistoryBiography+-+64994709362072ocn002080813book19250.79Piozzi, Hester LynchPiozzi marginalia : comprising some extracts from manuscripts of Hester Lynch Piozzi and annotations from her books2072ocn001810801book19100.73Piozzi, Hester LynchDr. Johnson's Mrs. Thrale : autobiography, letters and literary remains of Mrs. PiozziBiography1923ocn002174698book19100.73Broadley, Alexander MeyrickDoctor Johnson and Mrs. Thrale1808ocn006394850book19360.84Vulliamy, C. EMrs. Thrale of Streatham, her place in the life of Dr. Samuel Johnson and in the society of her time, her character and family affairs, reviewed in the light of newly assembled evidenceBiographyStudy of Mrs. Thrale, afterwards known as Mrs. Piozzi1623ocn000999710book19490.81Carter, WinifredDr. Johnson's dear mistressFiction1504ocn000977580book19270.88Merritt, PercivalThe true story of the so-called love letters of Mrs. Piozzi, "in defence of an elderly lady"Records and correspondence1323ocn002163675book19290.92Johnson, SamuelJohnson, Boswell and Mrs. Piozzi : a suppressed passage restoredRecords and correspondence1053ocn049717131rcrd20010.13Bainbridge, BerylAccording to QueeneyFictionIn 1764, the great Samuel Johnson, irascible genius and the toast of all society, is plagued by ill health and has become jaded with his bickering dependants. Suffering from a bout of melancholy, he accepts an introduction to the table of Henry Thrale, a wealthy Southwark brewer, and his vivacious wife Hester. Is is left to Hester's neglected oldest daughter, named after her mother but known as Queeney, prodigiously clever, spirited and mocking to provide her own sharp commentary on the destruction that ensues+-+92225590251044ocn009782906book17890.79Baretti, GiuseppeThe sentimental mother a comedy in five acts : the legacy of an old friend and his last moral lesson to Mrs. Hester Lynch Thrale now Mrs. Hetser [sic] Lynch PiozziDrama1022ocn000585960book17890.70Piozzi, Hester LynchObservations and reflections made in the course of a journey through France, Italy, and GermanyGuidebooks+-+2948869235+-+2948869235Fri Mar 21 15:37:03 EDT 2014batch44433