Rowe, Elizabeth, an Englishwoman noted for her personal accomplishments and elegant writings, was the daughter of Walter Singer, a Dissenting minister, and was born at Ilchester, Somersetshire, in 1674. She was very charitable, freely distributing to those in need. Her death occurred in 1737. Among her published works are, Friendship in Death (1728): — Devout Exercises of the Heart, in Meditation, etc. (1738, 8vo; Phila. 1850, 24mo): — Miscellaneous Works (1739, 2 vols. 8vo).