Stuart, Grace Benedicta (F)

Surname: Stuart
Forename(s): Grace Benedicta
b. 1853. d. 6 October 1941. Nationality: English. VIAF.
Prominent journalist, poet, translator, author. Alternative signature: G. B. Stuart. Born in Harrow Weald, Middlesex. Baptised 31 July 1853. Father was Charles James Fife Stuart. Lived in London (1881 England Census records her living at 17 Cheyne Walk with her mother and sisters). Never married. Regularly contributed to the London Athenaeum (reporting on the press) and the Daily News (working as a special correspondent for Germany). Involved in the International Press Congress and the British Institute of Journalists. Publications include A Road-Book to Old Chelsea (1914). Biographical information: Deborah Chambers, Linda Steiner, and Carole Fleming, Women and Journalism (Routledge, 2004), p. 125; Hilary Fraser, Stephanie Green, and Judith Johnston, Gender and the Victorian Periodical Cambridge University Press, 2003), p. 41; Ancestry (22 February 2024). (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 16
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
Signs 1878-02 The Argosy Poet 16428
Little Things 1878-05 The Argosy Poet 16432
Haymaking 1878-07 The Argosy Poet 16436
After the Season 1878-08 The Argosy Poet 16438
Chance. (Before a Lottery in Madrid) 1878-10 The Argosy Poet 16442
An Allegory 1878-12 The Argosy Poet 16448
Last Summer 1879-02 The Argosy Poet 16450
In Memoriam. Prince Waldemar. March 27, 1879. “Good-Night!” 1879-05 The Argosy Poet 16454
Narcisse. A Reminiscence of Paris 1879-07 The Argosy Poet 16458
At Night. (Translated from “Juste Ollivier”) 1879-09 The Argosy Translator 16462
Haunted 1879-09 The Argosy Poet 16464
Confidence. (Translated from Juste Ollivier) 1879-11 The Argosy Translator 16468
Cuckoo Song 1880-04 The Argosy Poet 16474
Rhine Wine in Rhineland 1880-05 The Argosy Poet 16476
A Swan’s Song 1880-08 The Argosy Poet 16478
The Legend of Ishtar. (Assyrian) 1894-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 8169