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Mary Delany (1700-1788) is particularly famous for her paper-cuttings or 'mosaicks' based on botanical subjects. A very lively woman of fashion, she was close to Queen Charlotte and one of the Bluestocking Ladies. She left a vivid portrait of life and society in eighteenth century England and Ireland in the six volumes of her Autobiography and Letters, edited in 1861 by her descendant Lady Llanover. Her autobiography is made up of 18 letters sent to her most intimate friend, Margaret Cavendish,fatcat:dosm5d2yeza7zedfu4toj6o3pi