Y gwahaniaeth rhwng diwygiadau o "Anna Maria Bennett"

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Roedd '''Anna Maria Bennett''' (tua 1750<ref>Agnes Maria Bennett, in Laura Dabundo, ed., Encyclopedia of Romanticism (Routledge, 1992).</ref> - [[12 Chwefror]] [[1808]]) yn nofelydd Saesneg. Mae rhai ffynonellau yn rhoi ei henw fel Agnes Maria Bennett.
 
Ei gwaith mwyaf adnabyddus yw'r nofel epistolari ''Agnes de-Courci'' (1789).
 
== Teulu ==
Mae'n debyg y cafodd Anna ei geni ynym [[Merthyr Tudful]], Sir Forgannwg, Cymru, yn ferch i David Evans, a ddisgrifir yn amrywiol fel swyddog tollau neu groser. Bu'n briod am gyfnod byr â'r swyddog tollau Thomas Bennett, ond tra'n gweithio mewn siop siandler ar ôl symud i Lundain, cwrddodd â'r Is-Lyngesydd Thomas Pye. Daeth yn ofalwr y ty ac yn feistres iddo yn Tooting, Surrey. Roedd gan y cwpl o leiaf ddau o blant anghyfreithlon gyda'i gilydd, Thomas Pye Bennett a Harriet Pye Bennett. Daeth yr olaf yn actores enwog o dan yr enw Harriet Pye Esten (tua 1765-1865), gyda'i mam yn helpu i lansio ei gyrfa.
 
== Gweithiau ==
* ''De Valcourt'', 1800
* ''Vicissitudes Abroad'', 1806
 
Vol 4 'Memoirs of Charles Lee Lewes p 199: 'Mrs Bennet, Manageress & Authoress. She is the daughter of Mr Evans, a grocer on the Back, Bristol (who was native of Merthertidwell (sic) in Glamorganshire) where this lady was born. She married one Bennet, a tanner of Brecknock. Many domestic occurrences, which would ill become me to relate, I shall passover; distinguished characters are not judged by common rules but I will not demonstrate any given position at the expence of a lady's feelings.
We find her some time back in the occupation of a slopseller, in Wych St, St Clements, London; after that in a chandlers shop in the Borough, where Admiral Pye one day accidentally sheltered himself from a shower of rain; her polite attention to the old gentleman so won upon him, that in a little time she was elevated to the post of his housekeeper, at Tooting in Surrey.
 
: She minc'd his meat, & made his bed
: And warm'd it too, sometimes, 'tis said.'
 
Mrs Bennet (as she is spelt by Lewes) is also mentioned in Vol 3 of his Memoirs p 90 and Mrs Esten p 83.
 
In 1804 Richard Westall exhibited portraits of Miss Bennett (363) and Mrs Esten (374) suggesting that Anna Maria had another daughter. Westall is mentioned as being betrothed to a Miss Bennett (Farington Diaries 3/4 November 1804) but the marriage does not take place. Westall had a pupil William James Bennett who could be another member of the family. 'A Curious Genealogical Medley' by James F. Fuller (1913) indicates the links between the Bennetts and the Hamilton family. Mrs Esten is said to have had a daughter whose father was the 8th Duke of Hamilton. Sir William Hamilton was related to the 8th duke and his wife Emma was Nelson's sweetheart. Paintings by Westall of incidents in the life of Nelson were exhibited at the RA in 1807. A portrait of Miss Hamilton was exhibited at the RA in 1804 (377) and the original is now at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.
In the publication 'Anna or Memoirs of a Welch (sic) Heiress', published in Dublin in 1804 the author Agnes Maria Bennett (also called Anna) dedicates the book to Princess Charlotte Matilda, Princess Royal of England. The Dedication ends: 'Permit an orphan, Madam, to find an asylum at your feet; she is young, virtuous and friendless: the vicissitudes of her fortune are many of them taken from real life'.
 
== Nodiadau ==
 
== Dolenni Allanol ==
 
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* Ian Johnstone, [https://web.archive.org/web/20070630084538/http://www.chawtonhouse.org/library/research/bennett_anna_biog.pdf Author Biography]
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20080808113404/http://www.chawtonhouse.org/library/novels/bennett_agnes.html Online version of ''Agnes De-Courci'']
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