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Lucy Aikin (1781–1864)

Aikin, Lucy. An English poet and historical writer (1781–1864); daughter of John Aikin (1747–1822), a physician and author, from whom she received a thorough classical education; subsequently devoted herself to the study of English history and literature. Her works include: ‘Epistles on Women’ (1810); ‘Lorimer’ (1814), a tale; ‘Memoirs of the Court of Elizabeth’ (1818); ‘Memoirs of the Court of James I.’ (1822); ‘Memoirs of the Court and Reign of Charles I.’ (1833); ‘Life of Addison’ (1843).