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Anna LŠtitia Barbauld
(1743 - 1825)

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1743 Born 20 June at Kibworth Hall, Leicestershire
1758 Family moves to Warrington when father takes a position as tutor at Dissenting academy, Warrington, Lancashire
1772 Poems published
1772 Publishes six poems in John Aikin's (her brother) book Essays on Song-Writing
1772 William Enfield includes five of her hymns in his collection Hymns for Public Worship.
1773 Publishes Miscellaneous Pieces in Prose with John Aiken
1774 Marries Rochemont Barbauld on 26 May
1775 Devotional Pieces published
1777 Adopts her brother's third son
1778 Lessons for Children of Two to Three Years Old and Lessons for Children of Three Years Old published
1781 Hymns in Prose for Children published
1785 The Barbaulds leave Palgrave School and tour France
1787 The Barbaulds settle in Hampstead where Rochemont is minister to the Rosslyn Hill congregation and Anna takes students
1790 An Address to the Opposers of the Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts published
1791 Epistle to William Wilberforce, Esq. on the Rejection of the Bill for Abolishing the Slave Trade of 1791 published
1792 Remarks on Gilbert Wakefield's Enquiry into . . . Public or Social Worship published
1793 Sins of Government, Sins of the Nation published
1794 Trip to Scotland
1797 Meets Coleridge
1802 Move to Stoke Newington
1802 Move to Stoke-Newington
1804 Edits the six volumes of Samuel Richardson's Correspondence
1808 Husband's increasing mental illness causes the couple to separate in March, he drowns himself in the New River in November
1810 Publishes a 50 volume collection, The British Novelists
1811 Eighteen Hundred And Eleven, A Poem published
1825 Dies 9 March at Stoke Newington
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