Mary Chudleigh, Lady Chudleigh (August 1656 – 1710) was an English poet who
was part of ... The Ladies' Defence, Or, The Bride-Woman's Counsellor Answer'd :
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By Lady Mary Chudleigh. Wife and servant are the same,. But only differ in the
name: For when that fatal knot is tied,. Which nothing, nothing can divide:.
Related Poem Content Details. By Lady Mary Chudleigh. Would but indulgent
Fortune send. To me a kind, and faithful Friend,. One who to Virtue's Laws is true,.
Wife and Servant are the same, But only differ in the Name: For when that fatal
Knot is ty'd, Which nothing, nothing can divide: When she the word obey has said
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An English poet and essayist, Lady Mary Chudleigh (1656-1710) educated
herself at a time when women rarely ... Her best-known work is The Ladies
A devoted Anglican, Chudleigh was self-educated in religious, scientific, and
philosophical works. A fan of, probably acquainted with, contemporary Mary
Astell, Chudleigh acknowledged her intellectual debt to ... From The Ladies
Women's Education: A History of the Feminist Polemic. Overview. Lady Mary
Chudleigh's 1701 poem The Ladies' Defense (NALW1 231) articulates the