4 edition of The works of Edmund Waller Esquire found in the catalog.
The works of Edmund Waller Esquire
|Statement||Imprimatur Na. Brent. Decem. 30. 1644.|
|Series||Library of English literature -- LEL 11312.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 111 p.|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||87808529|
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Get this from a library. The works of Edmund Waller Esquire: Lately a Member of the Honourable House of Commons, In this present Parliament.
[Edmund Waller]. OCLC Number: Notes: First edition. "It is not improbable that the initials T.R., signed to several of the pieces, are those of Thomas Rymer who is believed to have edited the volume and who signed one of the poems in full."--Pforzheimer, p.
EDMUND WALLER was born on the third of March,at Colshill in Hertfordshire. His father was Robert Waller, Esquire, of Agmondesham in Buckinghamshire, whose family was originally a branch of the Kentish Wallers, and his mother was the daughter of John Hampden, of Hampden in the same county, and sister to Hampden, the zealot of rebellion.
A reference in the third canto seems to show that Waller, unlike many professed students of English literature, had arrived as far as the fifth book of The Faerie Queene. For he describes a wounded whale scourging the waves 'like Spenser's Talus with his iron flail'" "Critics of.
WALLER, EDMUND (–), poet, the eldest son of Robert Waller and Anne, daughter of Griffith Hampden, was born on 3 March at the Manor-house, Coleshill, since included in Buckinghamshire, but then in Hertfordshire. Edmund Waller — who was commonly regarded as the greatest poet of his age (‘the English Vergil of our times’, Samuel Carrington called him in ; ‘Inter Poetas sui temporis facile Princeps’, Rymer called him in the epitaph on his tomb) — has left relatively few literary manuscripts in his own hand, although a number of his original letters as well as some signed documents and.
Edmund Waller. Lying, Humble, Larks Book, Home, Needs. 5 Copy quote. What has been done in the world - the works of genius - cost nothing. There is no painful effort, but it is the spontaneous flowing of the thought.
Shakespeare made his Hamlet as a bird weaves its nest. ), by Edmund Waller and Edmund Waller (HTML at EEBO TCP) Poems to the memory of that incomparable poet Edmond Waller Esquire by several hands.
(London: Printed for Joseph Knight, and Francis Saunders), by Thomas The works of Edmund Waller Esquire book, Aphra Behn, and John Cotton (HTML at EEBO TCP) Filed under: Christian poetry, English -- Early works to A speech made by Master Waller Esquire, in the Honourable House of Commons: concerning Episcopacie, whether it should be committed or rejected.
Author/creator Waller, Edmund, Poetical Works. Richard Hooper. 2 vols. EDMUND WALLER Speech against Prelates Innovations. Speech in the Painted Chamber on the Impeachment of Crawley, 6 July Speech, 4 July The Workes of Edmond Waller Esquire, lately a Member of the Honourable House of Commons, in this present Parliament.
Thomas Rymer was born at Appleton Wiske, near Northallerton in the North Riding of Yorkshire inor possibly at Yafforth.
He was the younger son of Ralph Rymer, lord of the manor of Brafferton in Yorkshire, described by Clarendon as possessed of a good estate. The father was executed for his part in the Farnley Wood Plot of Filed under: Episcopacy -- Early works to Episcopacie asserted, as it now stands established in our church and common-wealth with the titles of honours, the dignity of authority, the endowments of revenues: by these following argumnts taken 1 from the Word of God, 2 from the light of nature, 3 from the rights of His Majesty, 4 from the.
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Lord Sheffield's editing has been praised for its ingenuity and taste, but blamed for its unscholarly aggressiveness. Full text of "The works of Edmund Spenser: with a selection of notes from various " See other formats. Edmund Waller was born on the third of March,at Coleshill, in Hertfordshire.
His father was Robert Waller, Esquire, of Agmondesham, in Buckinghamshire, whose family was originally a branch of the Kentish Wallers; and his mother was the daughter of John Hampden, of Hampden, in the same county, and sister to Hampden, the zealot of rebellion.
About The Penguin Book of Renaissance Verse The era between the accession of Henry VIII and the crisis of the English republic in formed one of the most fertile epochs in world literature. This anthology offers a broad selection of its poetry, and includes a wide range of works by the great poets of the age—notably Sir Philip Sidney.
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A speech made by Master Waller esquire in the honourable House of Commons: concerning episcopacie whether it should be committed or rejected. Author/creator Waller, Edmund, SAMUEL JOHNSON • ESSAYS Lives of the English Poets.
WALLER. Edmund Waller was born on the third of March,at Coleshill, in Hertfordshire. His father was Robert Waller, Esquire, of Agmondesham, in Buckinghamshire, whose family was originally a branch of the Kentish Wallers; and his mother was the daughter of John Hampden, of Hampden, in the same county, and sister to Hampden.
The era between the accession of Henry VIII and the crisis of the English republic in formed one of the most fertile epochs in world literature.
This anthology offers a broad selection of its poetry, and includes a wide range of works by the great poets of the age—notably Sir Philip Brand: Penguin Publishing Group. Mary Sidney was the most important non-royal woman writer and patron in Elizabethan England.
Without appearing to transgress the strictures against women's writing, she composed a sizable body of work, evading criticism by focusing on religious themes and by confining her work to the genres thought appropriate to women: translation, dedication, elegy, and encomium.
Thomas Carew was the poetic arbiter elegantiae of the court of Charles I of England. He gave one last witty spin to the tradition of Petrarchan lyric, polishing and resetting the traditional conceits of love poetry for an increasingly sophisticated and aristocratic audience.
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Throughout the 30s he traveled the United States lecturing. His first collection of short stories appeared in Two years later what is now his most popular poem, ‘Let American Be America Again’ was published in Esquire. EDMUND CREEKMORE, a, OL, NL, Norfolk Co., S. side of the North West River.
Part of a p. for 1,a formerly g. to Edmund Creekmore, Roger Hodges & John Creekmore & held to be a but has recently been surveyed & found to be a. 27 Sep In Julywhen ambassador-extraordinary at Vienna, he wrote a letter to Edmund Waller, which was read to the House of Commons, repudiating the rumour that he had offered an offensive and defensive alliance to the king of Hungary without his own sovereign's permission (Letter to Waller, Brit.
Mus., ). On 2 July Roe obtained. WALLER. Edmund Waller was born on the third of March,at Coleshill, in Hertfordshire. His father was Robert Waller, Esquire, of Agmondesham, in Buckinghamshire, whose family was originally a branch of the Kentish Wallers; and his mother was the daughter of John Hampden, of Hampden, in the same county, and sister to Hampden, the zealot of rebellion.
The Exherst family, of Ash-next-Sandwich, in Wingham Hundred, Kent, although it was almost certainly extinct in the male line by the middle of the sixteenth century, has an enormous American progeny through the marriage of Mary Exherst (no.
below) to Edward short-lived son Francis was father of the Rev. Thomas Stoughton, a Puritan clergyman, who, attaching to one of his. To my son John Waller who liveth in Virginia over and above what I have already given and lent him, 20 pounds and to his eldest daughter Mary 10 pounds and to the rest of his children 5 pounds my son Thomas Waller and his wife 20 guineas apiece for mourning; to my son Edmund Waller, M D.
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The principal alteration is in his account of his capture by French "pirates," but there are other, minor, changes, and a few other sources were drawn on. Here is a quote from the poet and politician Edmund Waller (): “Not but that I George Gascoigne Esquire, Thomas Churchyard Esquire, Sir Edward Dyer Knight, Edmond in his thorough review of all of English Literature, and who made a special study of Bacon’s works, even writing a book on him, wrote in his English.
Francis Bacon - Poet, Philosopher, Reformer, Genius Here is a quote from the poet and politician Edmund Waller (): in his thorough review of all of English Literature, and who made a special study of Bacon’s works, even writing a book on him, wrote in his English Literature, and of the History of The English Language.
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