Philanthropist and leading figure in the Methodist Church in Ireland; mother of Mary Blanchford Tighe, and member of the Tighe family coterie.
Elder of the two Ladies of Llangollen, whose unconventional relationship and lifestyle made them celebrities and a source of inspiration to the Romantic poets.
Sister-in-law of Mary Blanchford Tighe, and member of her family coterie.
Younger of the Ladies of Llangollen, whose unconventional relationship and lifestyle made them celebrities, and a source of inspiration to the Romantic poets.
Irish husband of Mary Blanchford Tighe; brother of Catherine Tighe Hamilton and William Tighe (1766–1816).
Poet and hostess of a salon in Ireland; known for her six-canto allegorical poem Psyche (1805).
Father of William Tighe (1766–1816) and Henry Tighe; uncle and father-in-law of Mary Blanchford Tighe.
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William Tighe, ca. 1815.
Mainly light-hearted original poems on such subjects as love, theatre, and furniture.
some or all of the miscellany's compilation period falls within this timespan