1 edition of Memoirs of Richard Cumberland, London, 1806 found in the catalog.
Memoirs of Richard Cumberland, London, 1806
Facsimile reprint of ed. published Philadelphia: Parry & McMillan, 1856.
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Memoirs of Richard Cumberland Written by Himself Life and Writing Scarce: Price: £ A autobiographical work of Richard Cumberland with an exploration of his life and career as a dramatist. A scarce work. With the bookplate of Hope Bart. of Craig Hall to the front pastedown. Find out more». ADM 1/ Cyane Court Martial ADM 1/? Ferret Court Martial ADM 35/ Pay Book ADM 37/ Ferret Muster Book – ADM 52/ Ferret Masters log May 12th ADM 52/ Cyane Master’s Log August - June ADM /3 The Hon George Cadogan, official career record Blake,.
Mary Shelley's Reading: Alphabetical List Where an X occurs in the box designated for Percy Shelley's reading, it means that we are certain that he read the text, but are not sure that Mary did as well. In such a household, however, it is unwise to surmise that many books under perusal went undiscussed by . NOTE REGARDING HARRIETTE WILSON. Harriette Wilson, the daughter of John and Amelia Dubochet, was born in London on Febru Her birth is recorded in the Parish Register of St. George, Hanover Square, and her father's name appears in the List of Rate Payers () as residing at 2 Carrington Street, Mayfair. The house still exists, and its external structure seems to have been.
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Get this from a library. Memoirs of Richard Cumberland: London, [Richard Cumberland; Henry Flanders]. OCLC Number: Notes: Printer's imprint from colophon. A supplement, with index, was separately published in under title: Supplement to the memoirs of Richard Cumberland. Richard Cumberland (19 February /2 – 7 May ) was an English dramatist and civil his hit play The West Indian was first staged.
During the American War of Independence he acted as a secret negotiator with Spain in an effort to secure a peace agreement between the two nations. He also edited a short-lived critical journal called The London Review ().Born: 19 FebruaryMaster's lodge, Trinity College.
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Memoirs of Richard Cumberland Written by HimselfFormat: Paperback. Cumberland's reputation, however, rests on his De Legibus Naturae, Disquisitio Philosophica (; A Philosophical Enquiry into the Laws of Nature, ). Although it is basically an attack on the views of Thomas Hobbes (Hobbes, Thomas), the book begins by a consideration of those of Hugo Grotius (Grotius, Hugo), Dutch jurist and s had based the authenticity of the laws of.
CUMBERLAND, RICHARD FRANCIS G. (–), captain, grandson of Richard Cumberland (–) [q. v.], was son of Richard Cumberland, once an officer in the 3rd foot guards, who died in the island of Tobago when awaiting a civil appointment there, and his wife, Lady Albinia Hobart, daughter of the third earl of Buckinghamshire, who died in He was born i.
A hint to husbands. Memoirs of Richard Cumberland written by himself. 2 vols,The exodiad: a poem, by the authors of Calvary and Richard the First [with James Bland Burges].
The London review. Cumberland, 2 vols, John de Lancaster: a novel. 3 vols, Retrospection: a poem in familiar verse. ENGLISH POETRY SPENSER AND THE TRADITION Richard Cumberland Francis Jeffrey, Review of Cumberland, Memoirs; Edinburgh Review 8 (April ) The books in this category contain personal reflections on the city of London.
Social life, general description, travel and historic events are likely to be discussed, but presented as a personal account or memoir, in which the author's own experiences, observations and memories are the main focus.
His Memoirs of Richard Cumberland, Written by Himself (), perhaps the most lasting of his nondramatic productions, preserved for posterity the record of his long and productive career. Henry Flanders / Memoirs of Richard Cumberland London $ Memoirs of Richard Cumberland Written By Himself Henry Flanders Notes.
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Richard Brinsley Butler Sheridan (30 October – 7 July ) was an Irish satirist, a playwright, poet and long-term owner of the London Theatre Royal, Drury is known for his plays such as The Rivals, The School for Scandal, The Duenna and A Trip to was also a Whig MP for 32 years in the British House of Commons for Stafford (–), Westminster (– Born: 30 OctoberDublin, Ireland.
In – appeared Memoirs of R. Cumberland, written by land’s novel, Henry, was printed in Ballantyne’s Novelists’ Library (), with a prefatory notice of the author by Sir Walter Scott.A so-called Critical Examination of Cumberland’s works and a memoir of the author based on his autobiography, with the addition of some more or less feeble criticisms, by William.
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Notes: was originally in the Corps of Royal Artillery Drivers but deserted and enlisted in the 2nd Battalion 47th Foot. Roberts, Richard. Background and early life. His grandfather, another Richard Sharp (circa –), from a family of clothiers at Romsey, Hampshire, had been apprenticed in to George Baker, a freeman of the Goldsmiths’ Company of London, but a haberdasher of hats by en: Maria Kinnaird (adopted).
He was Governor of Gibraltar fromand wrote several books of memoirs based on his military experiences. He met Burton in Trieste in the late s and left a brief reminiscence—“I remember the Chief's annoyance at being made the object of Lady Burton's attentions at the railway station.
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Here is a correction transcribed from the fold-out included in the book: MEMOIRS OF DR. Richard Cumberland managed, by a great deal of expenditure and effort, to get his grandson home, by barge and ship as he was too ill for coach travel, and had him attended by some eminent London doctors, but nothing availed and Badcock died a month or so later.
An Accurate And Descriptive Catalogue Of The Several Paintings In The King Of Spain's Palace At Madrid, With Some Account Of The Pictures In The Buen-Retiro. By Richard Cumberland, Author of The Anecdotes of Eminent Painters in Spain.reminiscences and memoirs of north carolina and eminent north carolinians, by john h.
wheeler, author of the history of north carolina, and member of the historical societies of north carolina, virginia, georgia, and pennsylvania." `tis well that a state should often be reminded of her great citizens." columbus, ohio: columbus printing works, Thanks to the diligence of Mark Mawtus, I have acquired the publishers file copy of “Genealogical Notes & Memoirs of the Smithson Family” by George R Smithson.
It was published in by Seeley and Co. Ltd, 38 Great Russell Street, London. The Latter Day Saints hold a copy on Microfilm. The Smithson Association in [ ].