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autumn leaves: lonely in lichfield

She was one of Josiah Wedgwood’s friends. Part of what certainly had to be the most brilliant group in England in the eighteenth-century, and quite possibly the most eccentric. Some are forgotten today like Anna Seward, and she was certainly … Continue reading

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