Anne Murray, Lady Halkett: A Bibliography
- Bampfield, Joseph . Colonel Bampfield's Apology, edd. Paul H. Hardacre, together with Bampfield's Later Career: a Biographical Supplement by John Loftis. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 1993.
- C., S. (?). The Life of the Lady Halket. [The dedication signed: S. C.] Edinburgh: Andrew Symson, Henry Knox, 1701.
- Halkett, Anne Murray. The Autobiography, ed. John Gough Nicols (Westminster Camden Society), New Series, No. 13, 1875.
- Halkett, Anne Murray and Ann Fanshawe. Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett, and Ann, Lady Fanshawe, ed. John Loftis. Oxford University Press, 1979. ISBN 0198120877.
- --------------------. Meditations on the twentieth and fifth Psalm ... . Edinburgh : printed for Mr. Andrew Symson and Mr. Henry Knox, 1701.
- ---------------------. Instructions for Youth: For the Use of those young Noblemen and Gentleman, whose Education was committed to her Care. Edinburgh: Printed, and sold by Mr Andew Symson, 1701.
- ---------------------. Meditations and Prayers, Upon the First Week, with Observations on each Day's Creation: and Considerations on the Seven Capital Vices, To be oppos'd: and their opposit Vertues To be Studied and Practiced. Edinburgh. Printed, and sold by Mr Andrew Symson, 1701.
- --------------------. Meditations upon the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit, mentioned Isaiah XI. 2, 3. As also, meditations upon Jabez his request, ... Together with sacramental meditations on the Lords Supper; and prayers, pious reflections and observations. Edinburgh : printed by Mr. Andrew Symson, and are to be sold by him and Mr. Henry Knox, 1702.
Secondary: Materials Directly Related to Anne Murray Halkett
- Aylmer, G. E. "Review," Loftis, John and Paul H. Hardacre, edd. Colonel Bampfield's Apology, and Bampfield's Later Career: a Biographical Supplement" Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 1993, English Historical Review, 111:441 (1996):472-473.
- Ballard, George. "Lady Halket," Memoirs of Several Ladies of Great Britain, ed., introd. Ruth Perry. 1752; rpt. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1985. (pp. 326-31).
- Bottrall, Margaret. "A kind of picture left behind me," Every Man a Phoenix. London: John Murray, 1958. (pp. 141-64).
- Brashears, Caroline, "Scandalous Categories: Classifying the Memoirs of Unconventional Women," Philological Quarterly, 82 (2003):187-200.
- -------------------. "The Female Appeal in Great Britain, 1676-126". Paper given at panel, "Womens Autobiography in the Long Eighteenth Century," Montreal ASECS, 30 March 2006.
- Chalmers, Hero. Royalist Women Writers, 1650-1689. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2004.
- Cheney, Patrick, "Review," Loftis, John (ed.). The memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett, and Ann, Lady Fanshawe, Seventeenth-Century News (40) 18-20.
- Crawford, Patricia, "Womens Published writings, 1600-1700," Women in English Society, 1500-1800, ed. Mary Prior. London and NY: Methuen, 1985. (pp. 211-31) ISBN 0416357105.
- Cumming, L. C. "Anne, Lady Halkett," Blackwoods Magazine, Nov. 1924, Vol CCXI, Microfilm o6250, pp. 654-76.
- Delany, Paul. "Female Autobiographers," British Autobiography in the Seventeenth Century. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969. (pp. 158-66).
- Ezell, Margaret J. M. "Ann Halkett's Morning Devotions: Posthumous Publication and the Culture of Writing in Late Seventeenth-Century Britain," Prints, Manuscript & Performance: The Changing Relations of the Media in Early Modern England, edd. Arthur F. Marotti and Micael D. Bristol. Columbus: Ohio State U, 2000. (pp. 215-34) ISBN 0814208452.
- Findlay, Sandra and Elaine Hoby. "Seventeenth Century Womens Autobiography," 1642: Literature and Power in the Seventeenth Century, edd. Francics Barker, Jay Bernstein, John Combes, Peter Hulme, Jennifer Stone and Jon Stratton [the leaders of the conference from which almost all the papers in this volume come]. University of Essex, 1981. (pp. 11-36) ISBN 0901726184.
- Fletcher, John. A Critical Edition of John Fletcher's The Humorous Lieutenant, ed. Philip Oxley. The Renaissance Imagination, Volume 24. NY: Garland, 1987.
- Frazer, Antonia. The Weaker Vessel. New York: Knopf, 1984.
- Hudson, Roger, compiler, editor, introducer. The Grand Quarrel: Women's Memoirs of the English Civil War, a book of arranged selections compiled from the 17th century memoirs of women during the civil war. Folio Society, 1993. Includes excerpts from Lucy Hutchinson, Alice Thornton, Ann Lady Fanshawe, Margaret Cavendish Duchess of Newcastle, Anne Murray Lady Halkett, Brilliana Lady Harley.
- Jelinek, Estelle. The Tradition of Women's Autobiography: From Antiquity to the Present. Boston: Twayne, 1986. (pp. 29-31).
- Kearns, Judith.: "Fashioning innocence: rhetorical construction of character in the Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett," Texas Studies in Literature and Language (46:3) 2004, 340-62.
- Keeble, N. H. "Obedient Subjects? The loyal self in some later seventeenth-century Royalist womens memoirs," Culture and Society in the Stuart Restoration: Literature, Drama, History, ed. Gerald MacLean. Cambridge UP, 1995. (pp. 201-220) ISBN 052147566x.
- Kishlansky, Mark A. "Review," Loftis, John, ed. Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett, and Ann, Lady Fanshawe. Oxford University Press, 1979, Modern Philology, 78:4 (1981):429-432.
- Landry, Donna. "Eroticizing the Subject, or Royals in Drag: Reading the Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett," The Intersections of the Public and Private Spheres in Early Modern England, edd. Paula Backscheider and Timothy Dystal. London, Portland, Ore: Frank Cass, 1996. (pp. 134-4). ISBN 0174642754.
- Lindsay, Lord Alexander, Master of Crawford and Balcarres. A Memoir of Lady Anna Mackenzie, Countess of Balcarres and Afterwards of Argyll (1621-1706). Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1868.
- New Oxford Dictionary of Biography. Among others: lives of Anne Halkett (David Stevenson), Joseph Bampfield (Alan Marshall), Lord and Lady Balcarres (Rosalind K. Marshall), Thomas Murray (R. Malcolm Smuts).
- Otten, Charlotte F, ed. English Women's Voices, 1540-1700. Miami: Florida International UP, 1992. Contains a long excerpt from Anne's memoir.
- Ottway, Sheila, "They Only Lived Twice: Public and Private Selfhood in the Autobiographies of Anne, Lady Halkett and Colonel Joseph Bampfield, Betraying Ourselves: Forms of Self-Representation in Early Modern English Texts, edd. Henk Dragstra, Sheila Ottway, and Helen Wilcox. NY: St Martins Press, 2000. (pp. 136-147).
- --------------. Designing Disencumbrance: The Representation of Self in Autobiographical Writings by Seventeenth-Century English Women. University of Groningen, 1988. This includes a chapter on Halkett's memoir.
- Plowden, Alison. Women All on Fire: The Women of the English Civil War. Gloucestershire: Sutton, 1998. This is sheer romance. There are pages on Anne Murray, but they have errors and she is turned into a superficial heroine.
- Potter, Lois. Secret Rites and Secret Writing: Royalist Literature, 1641-1660 Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1980.
- Rippl, Gabriele. Lebenstexte: Literarische Selbstistilesierung englischer Frauen in der fruhen Neuzeit. Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1998.
- ---------------, "'The conflict betwixt love and honor' - the autobiography of Anne, Lady Halkett," (pp. 7-29) Feminist contributions to the literary canon: setting standards of taste, ed. Susanne Fendler, ed. Lewiston, NY; Lampeter: Mellen Press, 1997. pp. 179. (Women's studies, 15.) [1997:32]. (1997)
- Robertson, Alexander. The Life of Sir Robert Moray, Soldier, Statesman, and Man of Science (1608-1673). London: Longmans, 1922. This has a few pages on Anne Murray Halkett; it paints a sober picture of a man who was her friend at an important time in her life.
- Rose, Mary Beth. "Gender, Genre, and History: SeventeenthCentury English Women and the Art of Autobiography," Women in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Literary and Historical Perspectives, ed. Mary Beth Rose. Syracuse UP 1986. (pp. 245-78) ISBN 0815623526.
- Seelig, Sharon. Autobiography and Gender in Early Modern
Literature: Reading Women's Lives, 1600-1680. Cambridge UP,
2006. ISBN 0521856957). Reviewed by Ellen Moody in Renaissance
Quarterly, 60:2 (2007):675-677.
- Smith, Sidonie. A Poetics of Women's Autobiography: Marginality and the Fictions of Self-Representation. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1987.
- Spacks, Patricia Meyer, "Review," Loftis, John (ed.). The memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett and Ann, Lady Fanshawe" Journal of English and Germanic Philology, (80) 1981, 415-16.
- Stevenson, David. "A Lady and Her Lovers: Anne, Lady Halkett," King or Covenant: Voices from the Civil War. Melksham, Wiltshire: Cromwell Press, 1996. (pp. 189-207) ISBN 189841081x.
- Shumaker, Wayne. English Autobiography: Its Emergence, Materials, and Forms Berkeley: California UP, 1954. Shumaker argues Halkett's book bridges 17th century romance and the 18th century novel.
- Worden, Blair, "Review," Loftis, John (ed.). The memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett, and Ann, Lady Fanshawe, The English Historical Review, 96:380 (1981):649.
- Ziegler, Georgianna, " Private writing and public function : autobiographical texts by Renaissance Englishwomen," Gloriana's face : women, public and private, in the English Renaissance, edd, S.P. Cerasano and Marion Wynne-Davies. Detroit : Wayne State University Press, c1992. Halkett's memoir has a three-part structure which reveals the "dependence on a masculine shaping force" women in the era experienced. (p. 50) (pp. 47-62)
General: 17th Century Women and Women's Life-Writing, Manuscripts
& Publication, the Civil War Era, Scotland
- Backscheider, Paula, "'Endless Aversion rooted in the soul': Divorce in the 1690-1730 Theatre," The Eighteenth Century, 37:2 (1996):99-135.
- Barash, Carol. English Women's Poetry, 1649-1714: Politics, Community and Linguistic Authority. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1999.
- Barros, Carolyn A. and Johanna M. Smith, edd. Life-Writings by British Women, 1660-1815. Boston: Northeastern UP, 2000.
- Beal, Peter. In Praise of Scribes: Manuscripts and their Makers in Seventeenth-Century England. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998.
- Behn, Aphra. Love Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister, ed., intro. Maureen Duffy. NY: Virago, 1987.
- Benstock, Shari, ed. The Private Self: Theory and Practice of Women Autobiographical Writing. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1988.
- Bone, Quentin. Henrietta Maria, Queen of the Cavaliers Urbana: Univ. of Illinois Pr, 1972.
- Botonaki, Effie. "Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen's Spiritual Diaries: Self-Exmaination, Covenanting, and Account Keeping," Sixteenth Century Journal, 30:1 (1999):3-21.
- Cameron, W. J. New Light on Aphra Behn. Wakefield, New Zealand: University of Auckland Mongraph No. 5, 1961. Includes her correspondence with Killigrew as a spy for him.
- Chew, Elizabeth, "Si[gh]ting the Mistress of the House: Anne Clifford and Architectural Space," Women as Sites of culture: womens roles in cultural formation from the Renaissance to the twentieth century, ed. Susan Shifrin. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2002.
- Cholakian, Patricia Francis. Women and the Politics of Self-Representation in Seventeenth-Century France. Newark, University of Delaware Press, 2000.
- Clifford, Lady Anne. The Diary of Anne Clifford, 1616-1619: a critical edition, ed. Katherine O. Acheson. New York: Garland, 1995.
- Clifford, D. J. H., ed. The Diaries of Lady Anne Clifford. Gloucester: Alan Sutton, 1992.
- Crawford, Alexander Lindsay, Earl of. Lives of the Lindsays; or, A Memoir of the houses of Crawford and Balcarres. 3 vols. London: Murray, 1849.
- Davies, Stevie. Unbridled Spirits: Women of the English Revolution, 1640-1660. The Woman's Press, 1998.
- Donovan, Josephine, "Toward a Women's Poetics," Signs: Studies i Women's Literature, 3:1-2
- Dow, Frances. Cromwellian Scotland, 1651-1660. Edinburgh: Donald, 1979.
- Durston, Chris. "'Unhallowed Wedlocks:' The Regulation of Marriage during the English Revolution," The Historical Journal, 31:1 (1988):45-59.
- Durston, Christopher. The Family in the English Revolution. Oxford: Blackwell, 1989.
- Eales, Jacqueline. Puritans and Roundheads: The Harleys of Bampton Bryan and the outbreak of the English Civil War. Glasgow, Scotland: Hardinge Simpole Publishing, 1990.
- Eccles, Audrey Obstetrics and gynaecology in Tudor and Stuart England.. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1982.
- Ezell, Margaret J. M. Social Authorship and the Advent of Print. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1999.
- Figes, Eva. Seven Ages of Women. NY: Pantheon, 1986. A novel part of which recreates the era of the 17th century through the letters and memoirs of its women.
- Frye, Susan and Karen Robertson, edd. Maids and Mistresses, Cousins and Queens: Women's Alliances in Early Modern England. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1999.
- George, Margaret. Women in the First Capitalist Society: Experiences in Seventeenth Century England. Urbana: Illinois UP, 1988. ISBN 0252015347.
- Goldmith, Elizabeth and Dena Goodman, edd. Going Public: Women and Pubilshing in Early Modern France. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1995.
- -------------------. Publishing Women's Life Stories in France, 1647-1720. Aldershot, U.K. et Burlington, Vt., Ashgate Press, 2001
- Graham, Elspeth and Elaine Hoby, ed. Her Own Life: Autobiographical Writings by Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen. London: Routledge, 1989. ISBN 0415017009.
- ---------------. "Pondering All these Things in Her Heart: Aspects of secrecy in the Autobiographical Writings of Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen," Women's Lives/Women's Times: New Essays on Auto/Biography, edd. Trev Lynn Brought and Linda Anderson. Albany: State UP of New York, 1971. (pp. 51-71).
- ---------------. "Women's Writing and the Self," Women and Literature in Britain, 1500-1700, ed. Helen Wilcox. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1996. (pp. 209-33).
- Greer, Germaine. "Women in the Literary Marketplace: Pimping in Grub Street," Women and Poetry 1660-1750, edd. Sarah Prescott and David E. Shuttleto. LLondon: Palgrave, 2003, 161-79.
- ---------------. "Did Aphra Behn Earn A Living By Her Pen," Slipshod Sybils. NY: Viking, 1995, 172-96.
- Gunn, Janet Varner. Autobiography : toward a poetics of experience. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1982.
- Hardacre, Paul. Royalists During Puritan Revolution. Hague: Martinus Highoff, 1956.
- Harley, Lady Brilliana. The Letters of Lady Brilliana Harley, ed.notes, Thomas Taylor Lewis. London: Camden Society, 1853. Vols 58-59.
- Healey, Thomas and Jonathan Sawday, ed. Literature and the English civil war. Cambridge, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1990.
- Hill, Bridget. "Reinterpreting the Glorious Revolution: Catharine Macaulay and radical response, Culture and Society in the Stuart Restoration: Literature, Drama, History, ed. Gerald MacLean. Cambridge UP, 1995. (pp. 267-285) ISBN 052147566x.
- Hull, Suzanne W. Chaste, Silent & Obedient: English Books for Women, 1475-1640. San Marino: Huntington Library, 1982.
- Hutchinson, Lucy. Memoirs of the Life of the Colonel Hutchinson, together A Fragment of Autobiography, ed. N. H. Keeble. Rev ed of text by Rev Julius Hutchinson in 1806 published 1968; rpt. NY: Dent, 1996.
- Hutton, Ronald. Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989.
- Jackson, Clare. Restoration Scotland, 1660-1690. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press, 2003.
- Justice, George and Nathan Tinker, edd. Women's Writing and the Circulation of Ideas: Manuscript Publication in England, 1550-1800. Cambridge UP, 2002.
- Langbauer, Laurie. Women and Romance: The Consolations of Gender in the English Novel. Ithaca & London: Cornell UP, 1990.
- Lee, Maurice, Jr. The Road to Revolution: Scotland under Charles I, 1625-37. Urbana and Chicago: Illinois UP, 1985.
- Lindsay, Alexander Crawford. Lives of the Lindsays; or, A Memoir of the houses of Crawford and Balcarres.. 3 Vols. London: Murray, 1849.
- MacCarthy, B. G. The Female Pen: Women Writers and Novelists, 1621-1818, with a Preface by Janet Todd. 1946; reprinted New York University Press, 1994.
- Mancini, Hortense and Marie. Memoires d'Hortense et de Marie Mancini, ed., introd., notes Gerard Doscot. 1965; rpt. Paris: Mercure de France, 1987. ISBN 2715224249.
- Marshall, Rosalind. The Days of Duchess Anne: Life in the Household of the Duchess of Hamilton, 1656-1716. NY: St Martin's Press, 1973.
- Mendelson, Sara Heller. "Stuart womens diaries and occasional memoires," Women in English Society, 1500-1800, ed. Mary Prior. London and NY: Methuen, 1985. (pp. 181-210) ISBN 0416357105.
- ----------------------, "Debate: The Weightiest Business: Marriage in an Upper-Gentry Family in Seventeenth-Century England," Past and Present, 85 (1979):126-35.
- ----------------------------------. The Mental World of Stuart Women: Three Studies. Univ of Massachusetts, 1988. This one includes Aphra Behn, Margaret Cavendish and Mary Rich, Countess of Warwick. ISBN 0870235915.
- Moody, Joanna, ed. The Private Life of An Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Margaret Hoby, 1599-1605. Stroud: Sutton, 1998.
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- Nagy, Doreen Evenden. Popular Medicine in Seventeenth-Century England. Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1988.
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- Olney, James, ed. Autobiography: Essays Theoretical and Critical. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1980.
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- Scott, Eva. The King in Exile: The Wanderings of Charles II from June 1646 to July 1654. E.P.Dutton and Co., New York 1905
- ----------. The Travels of the King: Charles II in Germany and Flanders: 1654-1660. London, Archibald Constable and Company, 1907.
- Scott-Moncrieff, George. Edinburgh. London: Batsford, 1947.
- Shifrin, Susan, ed. Women as Sites of culture: womens roles in cultural formation from the Renaissance to the twentieth century. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2002.
- Stanton, Domna, ed. The Female Autograph: Female Practice of Autobiography from the Tenth to the Twentieth Century. Chicago: Univ of Chicago Press, 1987, especially "Autogynography," 9-13.
- Steen, Sara Jayne, ed. The Letters of Lady Arbella Stuart. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1995.
- Stevenson, David. Revolution and Counter Revolution in Scotland, 1644-51. Edinburgh: John Donald, 2003. ISBN 0-85976-580-6
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- Stone, Lawrence. The Family, Sex, and Marriage in England, 1500-1800. NY: Harper & Row, 1977.
- ---------------. Uncertain Unions and Broken Lives: Marriage and Divorce in England, 1660-1857. NY: Oxford UP, 1995.
- Summers, Claude J. and Ted-Larry Pebworth, ed. The English Civil War in the Literary Imagination. Columbia: Missouri UP, 1999.
- Thomas, Keith, "Women and the Civil War Sects," Past and Present, 13 (1958):42-62.
- Turner, F. C. James II. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1948.
- Underdown, David. Royal Conspiracy in England, 1649-1660. New Haven: Yale UP, 1960.
- -----------------. Pride's Purge: Politics in the Puritan Revolution. Oxford: Clarendon, 1971.
- -----------------. Fire from Heaven: Life in an English Town in the Seventeenth Century. New Haven: Yale UP, 1992.
- Walker, Kim, "Busie in my Clositt: Letters, Diaries and
Autobiographical Writings," Women writers of the English
renaissance. New York : Twayne Publishers, 1996: 26-46
- Wilcox, Helen, ed. Women and Literature in Britain, 1500-1700. (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1996.
- Wilson, Katharina M and Frank J. Warnke, edd. Women Writers of the Seventeenth Century. Athens & London: Georgia UP, 1989.
- Wormald, Jenny, ed. Scotland: A History. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2005.
- Crow, Duncan. Theresa: The Story of the Yelverton Case. London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1966. An account of a famous 19th century trial of a man who married a woman when he was previously married.
- Erickson, Ariel B. and Fr. John R. McCarthy, "The Yelverton Case: Civil Legislation and Marriage," Victorian Studies, 14 (1970):275-91.
- Fahnestock, Jeanne. "Bigamy: The Rise and Fall of a Convention," Nineteenth Century Fiction, 36:1 (1981):49-91.
- Gill, Rebecca. "The Imperial Anxieties of a Nineteenth-Century Bigamy Case," History Workshop Journal, 57 (2004):58-78.
- Stannard, Henrietta Palmer (pseudonym John Strange Winter). A Blameless Woman. London, 1897. A remarkable book where the author studies the emotional life of a woman precisely in Anne Murray's situation: the heroine is persuaded privately to marry and live with a man she loves, only to discover he is already married; she leaves him, and then is pressured into marrying a conventional well-to-do respectable man she does not love, and proceeds to have children with.
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