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Jane Welsh Carlyle

Jane Welsh Carlyle (14 January 1801 – 21 April 1866, née Jane Baillie Welsh in Haddington Scotland) was the wife of essayist Thomas Carlyle and has been cited as the reason for his fame and fortune. She was most notable as a letter-writer. In 1973, G.B. Tennyson described her as

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Jane Welsh Carlyle - Works
... David George Ritchie, a friend of the Carlyle family, published a volume of her letters in 1889 under the title The Early Letters of Jane Welsh ... published his highly self-critical "Reminiscences of Jane Welsh Carlyle" out of guilt after he read her diary posthumously ...
2006 New Year Honours - United Kingdom - Order of The British Empire - Officers of The Order of The British Empire (OBE)
... Lieutenant Colonel Colin Philip Graham Martin, Royal Welsh Fusiliers ... Professor Francoise Jane Hampson, Professor of Law, University of Essex ... Jones, General Medical Practitioner and Chairman, Welsh Medical Committee ...

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    If they had said that the sun or the moon had gone out of the heavens, it could not have struck me with the idea of a more awful and dreary blank in creation than the words: “Byron is dead!”
    Jane Welsh Carlyle (1801–1866)

    When one has been threatened with a great injustice, one accepts a smaller as a favour.
    —Jane Welsh Carlyle (1801–1866)

    Man’s unhappiness, as I construe, comes of his greatness; it is because there is an Infinite in him, which with all his cunning he cannot quite bury under the Finite.
    —Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881)

    Natural law is only whatever happens in your lifetime within fifty miles of you.
    —“Marcy.” As quoted in The Girl I Left Behind, Introduction, by Jane O’Reilly (1980)

    God defend me from that Welsh fairy,
    Lest he transform me to a piece of cheese!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)