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Burton, Isabel Lady (Open Library) Books by Burton, Isabel Lady The romance of Isabel, Lady Burton 9 editions first published in 1897 Read http://openlibrary.org/authors/OL106605A/Burton_Isabel_Lady
Extractions: London England Resting place Mortlake Cemetery, St. Mary Magdalene's Church, London , England Nationality British Religion Roman Catholic Spouse Richard Francis Burton «start: –end+1: Marriage: Richard Francis Burton to Isabel Burton Location: (linkback: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabel_Burton Isabel Burton (born Isabel Arundell) (20 March 1831 - 22 March 1896) was the widow of explorer, adventurer, and writer Sir Richard Francis Burton She was the daughter of Hon. Henry Raymond Arundell (1799–1886) of Kenilworth Warwickshire , nephew of James Everard Arundell (1785–1834), 10th Baron Arundell of Wardour Her mother, Eliza, was the sister of Robert Tolver Gerard (1808–1887), 13th Baronet of Bryn Lancashire , and 1st Baron Gerard of Bryn Isabel was one of eleven children born into the House of Wardour , a respected and well-to-do Roman Catholic family in England. She grew up enmeshed in London society and attended the convent of the Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre, where she excelled as a writer and in theological studies. While on a school trip to Boulogne , she first met her future husband, Richard Burton , whom she claims to have fallen in love with immediately, though it would be another four years until their courtship began, and ten years until their marriage. Because of her strict Catholic background, her relationship with Burton caused strains within her family and she ultimately married him against the wishes of her parents. This was to be a major source of pain for her as the years progressed.
Isabel Burton Isabel Burton 18311896 Dictionary of National Biography Entry, JAMES SUTHERLAND COTTON, 1901 Burton, Isabel, Lady 1831-1896, wife of Sir Richard Francis Burton q.v., came http://burtoniana.org/isabel/
Extractions: [Dictionary of National Biography Entry, JAMES SUTHERLAND COTTON, 1901] Sources The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton, edited by W. H. Wilkins, 1897. The Inner Life of Syria, Palestine and the Holy Land A E I : Arabia Egypt India. A Narrative of Travel The Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton The Passion Play at Ober-Ammergau "Celebrities at Home, No. XLIV. Lord Houghton at Fryston Hall"
Extractions: Author: Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. Title: Papers, 1855-1891. Description: 0.5 linear ft. Notes: British explorer of India and Africa, world traveller, orientalist, author, linguist, translator of The Arabian nights. Served as British counsel in South America, the Mideast, and Europe. Correspondence (1855-1891); contracts with publishers; and essays by Burton. Letters by Lady Burton (Isabel Arundel), including some to Algernon Charles Swinburne; letters by Burton regarding Africa and the Orient. Gift of Frederick P. Hier, 1955; Purchase, 1955-1969. Unpublished guide. Surveyed 19810501 Burton, Richard Francis. Papers Standardized cataloging 19881005 Burton, Richard Francis. Papers Subjects: Burton family. Burton, Isabel, Lady, 1831-1896. Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. Swinburne, Algernon Charles, 1837-1909. Africa Discovery and exploration. Authors and publishers Contracts and specifications. Explorers. Translators. Clippings. aat Contracts. aat Correspondence. aat Essays. aat Manuscripts for publication. aat Authors. aat Explorers. lcsh Translators. lcsh Location: George Arents Research Library for Special Collections at Syracuse University, Manuscript Collections. Bird Library, Room 600, Syracuse, Nes York 13244-2010 Control No.: NXSV415-A
Jubbah: Definition With Jubbah Pictures And Photos Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to AlMadinah Meccah by Richard Francis Burton, Isabel Burton, Stanley Lane-Poole (1906) Respectable men wear either a Benish or a jubbah; the http://www.lexic.us/definition-of/jubbah
Extractions: A Dramatis Personae of Burton Studies Author of an execrable 1962 novelized biography, That Blackguard Burton! Fawn McKay Brodie (1915-1981), author of the 1967 Burton biography The Devil Drives , which grew from her editing and annotation of a 1963 edition of Burton's 1862 City of the Saints Isabel Arundell, Lady Burton (1831-1896), Richard Burton's wife of 29 years as well as his aide-de-camp, first reader, editor, publishing assistant and first major biographer. James A. Casada, author of the 1990 Sir Richard F. Burton: A Biobibliographical Study , the second of two very important Burton annotated bibliographies. His book is based on Penzer's work, and some subsequent updates to the bibliographical record are based on both men's contributions. (Casada is vastly better known as a writer on hunting and field sports, as well as on Africana and African hunting.) Author of the minor 1936 biography Burton of Arabia , updated in 1953 as The Arabian Knight Author of the minor 1907 biography The Real Sir Richard Burton Death Rides a Camel The person behind the pen name may be R. (Robert) E. L. Masters (
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Extractions: THE PROJECT LIFE TRAVELS WRITINGS LANGUAGES ... LIFE The section icon image above is taken from a photograph of the Burtons shortly after their wedding, published for the first time in Mary S. Lovell's A Rage to Live This entire web site is about Richard Francis Burton's life. However, this section of the site is intended to encapsulate the purely biographical information, with acknowledgement of the fact that the separation of a protean figure's life from his works and accomplishments is often based on arbitrary distinctions. A short essay, suitable for newcomers both to Burton studies and this site, about the reasons this curious, difficult and unusual man is worth attention and study. Although there is no shortage of brief biographies of Sir Richard and Isabel Burton on the web, there is space for one more, written to the standards and focus of this site. Here is is. Quite a few full-length biographies have been written of Sir Richard Burton, Isabel Burton and the two together. This section lists each along with notes and, where available, links to more detailed critiques of each work. There are timelines of Burton's life on Wikipedia and elsewhere. Here's one that is instead detailed, accurate and useful.
Extractions: Trieste , Austria-Hungary Resting place St. Mary Magdalen's Church, London , England Nationality British Exploration, Writing, Languages, Orientalist Spouse Isabel Burton «start: –end+1: Marriage: Isabel Burton to Richard Francis Burton Location: (linkback: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Francis_Burton Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton KCMG FRGS (19 March 1821 – 20 October 1890) was a British explorer translator , writer, soldier orientalist ethnologist spy ... fencer and diplomat . He was known for his travels and explorations within Asia and Africa as well as his extraordinary knowledge of languages and cultures. According to one count, he spoke 29 European, Asian, and African languages. Burton's best-known achievements include travelling in disguise to Mecca , an unexpurgated translation of One Thousand and One Nights (also commonly called The Arabian Nights in English after Andrew Lang 's abridgement), bringing the
RootsWeb: YORKSGEN-L Re: YORKSGEN-D Digest V01 #208 BURTON, Isabel 17101773 BURTON, John 1682-1769 m. THISTLETHWAIT, Ann 1685-? COCKSHOTT, William 1623-1710 m. MARSHALL, Rebecca GRIMSHAW, John m. COCKSHAW, Pheby 1679-1748 http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/YORKSGEN/2001-02/0982550480