Anne Plumptre

Born 1760
Died 1818
Place of Birth Norwich
Place of Death Norwich
Gender Female
Biographical Notes English writer and translator. Daughter of the president of Queen's College. Member from the 1790s of the 'Enfield' literary circle. She translated mainly from German, namely Kotzebue, and wrote four novels, generally well received. Besides translating an important number of travelogues, she published two 'narratives', accounts of her lengthy travels, in France (1802-1805) and in Ireland (1815-1816).

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Mrs. Anne Plumptre (Author of travel text)

View of Dublin Bay (Author of travel text)

The Giant’s Causeway (Author of travel text)

Basaltic Rock at Port Coane (Author of travel text)

Group of Basaltic Columns (Author of travel text)

Water Fall at Poll-A-Phuca (Author of travel text)

Fermoy Bridge (Author of travel text)

Blarney Castle (Author of travel text)