Memoirs of lady Fanshawe, written by herself. To which are added, Extracts from the correspondence of sir Richard Fanshawe (1830)
Ann (or Anne) Fanshawe (née Harrison) (25 March 1625 – 20 January 1680) was an English memoirist.In 1644 she married her second cousin, Richard (later Sir Richard) Fanshawe (1608–1666), Secretary of War to Prince Charles. After her husband's death, Ann wrote in 1676 a manuscript Memoir (today held in the British Library) of him for private family circulation: this provided a colourful account of their extraordinary adventures, as well as giving carefully observed details of clothing and customs encountered in their travels.There is a modern edition of the Memoirs: Halkett, Anne Murray and Ann Fanshawe. Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett, and Ann, Lady Fanshawe, ed. John Loftis. Oxford University Press, 1979. ISBN 0-19-812087-7
[Ed. by sir N.H. Nicolas].