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Anne Brontё Chronology
Anne Bronte, sixth child of the Bronte family was born at Thornton.
Anne Bronte sixth child of the Bronte family was baptised at Thornton.
Anne Bronte became governess for the Ingham family at Blake Hall Mirfield.
Anne Bronte wrote her poem "To Cowper".
Anne Bronte wrote her poem "The Captive Dove".
Anne and Branwell Bronte returned to their employment as tutors for the Robinson family at Thorp Green.
Anne Bronte wrote her poem "If this be all".
First printed copies of the Book of "Poems" by Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte arrived at the Parsonage. They had used the pseudonym of Acton, Currer and Ellis Bell.
The published Bronte Poems using the pseudonym of Acton, Currer and Ellis Bell received favourable criticism. Only two copies were sold.
The manuscripts of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights and Anne's Agnes Grey were sent to the publishers; T.C. Newby. They were published in December 1847.
Emily and Anne received six published copies of their novels, Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey from their publishers.
Charlotte and Anne Bronte visited London to meet their publisher and revealed their true identity. The Bronte sisters had been using the pseudonyms Acton Currer and Bell.
Anne Bronte finished the preface to the second edition of her novel the Tenant of Wildfell Hall.
Anne Bronte caught influenza, consumption was diagnosed in both lungs.
Charlotte and Anne Bronte went to Scarborough with Ellen Nussey. Anne’s health was declining.
Anne Bronte died at 2 o'clock in the afternoon aged 29 at Scarborough.
Anne Bronte was buried at St Mary's churchyard Castle Hill Scarborough. She had died on 28th May aged 29.
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