Poems and prose written by Ann Yerbury
between 1729 and 1753 on various themes including illness, religion,
friendship, reflections, and death.
Ann Yerbury was the wife of William Yerbury, who was part of a wealthy
family of clothiers in the Bristol region of England. The poems, hymns,
and prose written on a variety of subjects, gives a
view into her life from 1729 to 1753. She was very careful to date and
title all her poems.
2 boxes (16 linear inches)
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Library, UCLA. All requests for permission to publish or quote from
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which must also be obtained.
Collection is open for research.