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Anne Charlotte Bartholomew (1800—1862) artist and writer

Catherine Hannah Charlotte Jackson (1814—1891) historian


Charlotte (1840—1927)

Charlotte A. Quinn

Charlotte Alice Berta Eva Jolles (1909—2003) German scholar

Charlotte Alington Barnard (1830—1869) balladeer and poet

Charlotte Angas Scott (1858—1931) mathematician

Charlotte Anne Eaton (1788—1859) writer

Charlotte Anne Elizabeth Moberly (1846—1937) college head

Charlotte Armstrong (1905—1969)

Charlotte Atkyns (c. 1758—1836) actress and political activist

Charlotte Auerbach (1899—1994) geneticist

Charlotte Augusta Leopoldine Marsh (1887—1961) suffragette and social worker

Charlotte Badger (c. 1773—1821) escaped convict

Charlotte Beaucillon

Charlotte Birch-Pfeiffer (1800—1868)

Charlotte Brent (1734—1802) singer

Charlotte Brontë (1816—1855) novelist

Charlotte Brooke (1740—1793) writer

Charlotte Brunsdon

Charlotte Butler (fl. c. 1664—1703) actress and singer

Charlotte Byrne (c. 1782—1825) writer

Charlotte Byron Green (1842—1929) promoter of women's education

Charlotte Cameron (1873—1946) traveller and author

Charlotte Carmichael Stopes (1840—1929) feminist and literary scholar

Charlotte Caroline Richardson (1796—1854) poet and novelist

Charlotte Cecilia Pitcairn Leitch (1891—1977) golfer

Charlotte Charke (1713—1760) actress and transvestite


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1 (Massenet: Werther). Mez. Daughter of the Magistrate (Le Bailli) and sister of Sophie and six younger siblings. She promised her dying mother she would wed Albert, but she falls in love with Werther. He continues to visit her after her marriage, and she has to ask him not to come any more. When he borrows pistols from her husband she is frightened. In his study, she finds Werther dying from gunshot wounds. She admits her love for him and he dies in her arms. Arias: Werther … Werther (letter aria); Va! laisse couler les larmes (‘Go! let my tears flow’). Created (1892) by Marie Renard.

2 (Zimmermann: Die Soldaten). See Wesener, Charlotte.

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