the sister of James Frampton (an English lawyer), who wrote The Journal of Mary Frampton, From The Year 1779 to Until The Year 1846. She was believed to be a Tory. Her journal is regarded as a good source of Victorian Thought and details important events in British politics during her lifetime. It is a reference on 17th century fashion, politics, and economics. It incorporates correspondence from friends and acquaintances, with additional information supplied by the editor. It forms a picture of that time period and details the court system.
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