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The early essays and romances of Sir William Temple, Bt.
Temple, William Sir
|Statement||by his sister, Lady Giffard, edited from the original mss. by G.C. Moore Smith; also two unpublished poems of Sir William Temple and two poems on "Mother Ludwell"s cave".|
|Contributions||Giffard, Martha, Lady, 1638-1722., Smith, G. C. Moore 1858-1940.|
|LC Classifications||PR3729 .T2 1930|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 215 p.|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||31017195|
Early life. William Temple was born the son of the Leicestershire man Anthony Temple, whose family name was said to descend from the Knight Templars, a once powerful monastic order during the Crusades, but which was outlawed by the Pope Clement rituals and the secrets of the order survived and many of the Knight Templars families came to prominence in 16th . The Battle of the Books. Jonathan Swift. Chatto and Windus, - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book.
Temple was one of the ‘five recanters of the House’, along with Howard, Seymour, Sir Robert Carr and Sir Frescheville Holles, who early in the next session ‘openly took leave of their former party to head the King’s business’. Marvell, as another servant of the Protectorate, was particularly shocked at his defection. [Footnote 1: Sir William Temple was ambassador to the States of Holland, and had a principal share in the negotiations which preceded the treaty of Nimeguen, ] Literature Network» Jonathan Swift» The Poems of Jonathan Swift» -Ode to Sir William Temple.
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The Early Essays and Romances of Sir William Temple Bt. with the Life and Character of Sir William Temple by his sister Lady Giffard G.
Moore Smith. Get this from a library. The early essays and romances of Sir William Temple, Bt., with the life and character of Sir William Temple. [William Temple; Martha Giffard, Lady; G C Moore Smith]. The Early Essays and Romances of Sir William Temple Bt.
with The Life and Character of Sir William Temple by his sister Lady Giffard Sir William Temple, Bt and Lady Martha Giffard Moore Smith. Includes an introduction, commentary notes, and scholarly apparatus.
Sir William Temple, 1st Baronet (25 April – 27 January ) was an English statesman and essayist. 3 Retirement and death. 8 External links. William Temple was the son of Sir John Temple of Dublin and nephew of Rev. Thomas Temple DD. Born in London, and educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Temple travelled across Europe, and.
William Temple’s most popular book is Christianity Bt. book Social Order. Books by William Temple. William Temple Average rating 94 ratings 9 reviews shelved times Sir William Temple's Essays on Ancient and Modern Learning, and on Poetry.
Other editions containing works of Dorothy Osborne, Lady Temple. The Early Essays and Romances of Sir William Temple Bt. with the Life and Character of Sir William Temple by his sister Lady Giffard.
Moore Smith (). See The Early Essays and Romances of Sir William Temple Bt. with The Life and Character of Sir William Temple by his Sister Lady Giffard, ed. Moore Smith (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), pp.
xxiii-xxvi. 15 Oliver S. Pickering, “An Early Manuscript Fragment of Sir William Temple‟s Poetry,” Swift Studies, 6 (), The Early Essays and Romances of Sir William Temple Bt. with The Life and Character of Sir William Temple by his sister Lady Giffard William Temple and Martha Giffard Land Travel and Communications in Tudor and Stuart England.
Preface to Temple’s Miscellanea: The Third Part. Textual Introduction. Temple’s early renown as a literary stylist, to which Boyer’s Royal Abel Dictionary of testified, 1 was chiefly owing to two collections of ten essays, which were given the. Essays Of Sir William Tem has been added to your Cart Add to Cart.
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An Essay upon the Original and Nature of Government ()Author: Sir William Temple. When, inSir William Temple died at Moor Park, he was one of the most famous men in England. Diplomat, adviser of Charles II (whose offer of the secretaryship of state he had thrice refused), friend of King William III, historian and essayist, he had played important roles in the political and intellectual life of his time.
Joseph Warton: "Sir William Temple, always a pleasing, though not a solid writer" Essay on the Genius and Writings of Pope (, ) Joseph Warton: "I have heard that, among works of prose, Pope was most fond of the second part of Sir William Temple's Miscellanies" Works of Pope () 1:xii.
Sir William Temple , –99, English diplomat and author. He was married in to Dorothy Osborne . They settled in Ireland, and in Temple entered the Irish parliament.
He moved () to England, served on various diplomatic missions, and was made a baronet (). The Early Essays and Romances of Sir William Temple Bt. with The Life and Character of Sir William Temple by his sister Lady Giffard Sir William Temple RRP $ Essays of Sir William Temple; by Temple, William, Sir, ; Nicklin, J.
Publication date Publisher London: Blackie Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. Addeddate Call number SRLF_UCR:LAGE Camera Canon 5D Pages: Dorothy Osborne, Lady Temple () was a British writer of letters and wife of Sir William Temple, 1st Baronet.
Osborne was born at Chicksands Priory, Bedfordshire, England, the youngest of ten children born to a staunchly Royalist family/5. The Early Essays and Romances of Sir Willliam Temple Bt. with the Life and Character of Sir William Temple by His Sister Lady Giffard, edited by G.
Miscellanea: The First Part. Containing I. A Survey of the Constitutions and Interests of the Empire, Sweden, IV [sic]. An Essay Upon the Cure. Sir William Temple, the man and his work by Homer E Woodbridge (Book) An essay, concerning critical and curious learning: in which are contained some short reflections on the controversie betwixt Sir William Temple and Mr.
Wotton, and that betwixt Dr. Bentley and Mr. Boyl by Thomas Rymer (). Sir William Temple, Bt (), Diplomat and writer. Later Stuart Portraits Catalogue Entry. Sitter associated with 19 portraits A diplomat and author, Temple negotiated the Triple Alliance between England, Holland and Sweden into protect the Spanish Netherlands from the French, and helped negotiate the marriage of William of Orange and Princess Mary, William Temple, 98th Archbishop of Canterbury, was born inthe second son of Frederick Temple (bornpriestheadmaster of RugbyBishop of ExeterBishop of LondonArchbishop of Canterburydied ).Sir William Temple was deceived by some Spanish romances which he took for Arabian History." Certainly at this date Dorothy seems to write of Almanzor as though he were only a romance hero.
It is a curious thing to find the Lord General's son among our loyal Dorothy's servants; and to find, moreover, that he will be as acceptable to Dorothy as.