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Elizabeth Greenly

Elizabeth Greenly was an amateur painter, diarist and correspondent active in the late-18th and early-19th century. During this period she made improvements to the grounds of her house, Titley Court, near Kington in Herefordshire, England, including a shell-lined grotto and garden seats, and described the gardens she had visited, such as Claremont, Berrington Hall, Hafod, Stourhead and Hawkstone, and the people that she had known, such as Richard Payne Knight and Uvedale Price, in her works.

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