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Published by printed for the author, and sold by E. Nutt, A. Dodd, and at the rest of the pamphlet-shops of London and Westminster in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 7447, no. 12.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],14p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16842428M

Camillus: a poem humbly inscrib'd to the Right Honourable Charles Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth. By Aaron Hill, gent. by: Hill, Aaron, Published: (). To the Right Honorable Sir Robert Titchborn knight, lord major of the city of London, and the Right Worshipful the aldermen his brethren, and the commonalty of the said city, assembled in Common-councel: the humble petition of John Osmond a free-man and car-man of .

The Jacobites. A Catalogue of engraved portraits & satires Oxford was a stronghold of the Jacobite movement. In the 18th century, Oxford printsellers . Walpole died in the August of the year in which the present letter was written, and Sir Robert soon afterwards married @Miss Skerrit. Walpole's well-known fondness for his mother is alluded to by Gray, in a letter to West, dated 22d August, " But while I write to you, I hear the bad news of lady Walpole's death, on Saturday night last.

We are will∣ing to acquaint Posterity that this Poem (as it here stands) was presented to King George the Second and his Queen, by the hands of Sir Robert Walpole, on the 12th of March, Page 67 The Dunciad, Sic M. S. It may be well disputed whether this be a right reading? sir robert walpole. SIR, I Take the liberty to send you this view of Sir Isaac Newton’s philosophy, which, if it were performed suitable to the dignity of the subject, might not be a present unworthy the acceptance of the greatest person.


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Sir Robert Walpole, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, &c. Publisher: London: Printed for the author ; And sold by E. Nutt under the Royal-Exchange, A. Dodd without Temple-Bar, and at the rest of the pamphlet-shops of London and Westminster, Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.

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Anne, daughter of the Hon. Seymor Conway, the distinguished General and Field Marshall, was an amateur sculptor of considerable talent. Horace Walpole left her Strawberry Hill for her life.

She died in Standing, hands together. Round the neck a black ribbon to which is attached a locket. A long plait of hair falls over each shoulder. Sir Robert Harland Bar.t Vice Admiral of the Red and Second in Command on 27 July This Plate is Inscribed to Adm.l Sir John Copoys K.B. By his much obliged & obedient humble Servant B.B.

Evans. Painted by Nath. Dance Esq.r Engraved by Rich. Earlom. Mezzotint, platemark x mm (19¾ x 14¼"). Collector's stamp of Mrs E.M.

Hamilton verso. A North-East Prospect of ye Royal Hospital near the City of Dublin, Humbly inscribed to the Right Honble.

and Honble. the Governors of the said Hospital by John Brooks. An impression of this etching, which measures 14 5/8 by 19 ¾ inches, is in the British Museum. A Prospect of the Waterfall at Powerscourt. An Epigram Inscribed to the Hon Sergeant Kite. Muse ne'er never nose numbers o'er on't once Patrick's peace poem poets poor pray pride queen queen's peace rhymes rogue satire sick sing Sir Robert Walpole Sir Thomas Prendergast soul spleen sure swear Swift tell thee there's THOMAS SHERIDAN thou thought tibi Tories town Traulus true.

Mitchell, Mr. (Joseph),A Familiar Epistle To the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole; Concerning Poets, Poverty, Promises, Places &c. To which are added, Congratulatory Verses upon His taking Possession as First Commissioner of the Treasury, of the New House adjacent thereto in St.

James's Park, in September 1. Greengrocer's bill (Sir Robert Walpole at Hampton Court) August-October 2. Greengrocer's bill (Sir Robert Walpole) July-September 3. Greengrocer's bill (Sir Robert Walpole) October Bill and receipt (freight of goods from London for Sir Robert Walpole) 6.

Receipts (6) for bricks, etc, 7. Coachmaker's bills. Browne, Moses [], The Throne of Justice: A Pindaric Ode: Humbly Dedicated to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Molesworth. By Mr. Browne (London: Printed for T. Edlin, ) [BrownM,ThronOJ].

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B., A. - Metempsychosis. A poem, in two parts. In he published A Poem occasioned by the late famous Victory of Audenarde; humbly inscribed to the Hon.

Robert Harley, folio; and addressed some lines to the Earl of Mulgrave, in his Essay on Poetry, which Jacob mentions, but I have not been able to meet with. “The manuscript title-page of the second Common Place Book is ‘Poems and other Pieces by Horace Walpole youngest Son of Sir Robert Walpole Earl of Orford.’ The first poem, of 81 lines, is addressed ‘To the honorable Miss Lovelace/On the Death of Lord Lovelace/Her only Brother, ’.

Choice 2: Sir Robert and Lady Walpole by Eccardt and Wootton in a Grinling Gibbons Frame. by Wilmarth S. Lewis “This frame hung in the Blue Bedchamber, as we learn from Walpole’s Description of Strawberry Hill: ‘In a frame of black and gold carved by Gibbons, Sir Robert Walpole and Catherine Shorter; small whole lengths; by Eccardt, after Zinke: the.

The historic parallels, too, of the personages in the respective poems are made to accord and harmonize with the spirit of the time. The Satires are written from the point of view of opposition to Sir Robert Walpole, the great Whig minister.

They display the concentrated essence of bitterness towards the ministerial policy. Abstract. Between andEdward Cave offered a series of eight poetry contests in his newly founded Gentleman’s competitions varied widely in theme and scale, ranging from an offer of free back issues for the best set of epigrams to a substantial £50 prize for the best poem, in English or Latin, on a weighty devotional : Jacob Sider Jost.Introduction.

LAdy Mary Wortley Montagu was born in in London; her father was Evelyn Pierrepont, Earl of Kingston, a Yorkshire was the eldest child. Her mother, Lady Mary Fielding, died after bearing her fourth child, when Mary was still quite young.

The Earl enjoyed the company of women and was not much inclined to take an interest in the children.A discourse to the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole. To which is annex’d, proposals for translating the whole works of Horace, with a specimen of the performance.

By Leonard Welsted, Esq; Welsted, Leonard: addressed to Walpole: NULL: J. Roberts: Alrick and Isabel: or the unhappy marriage. A poem: Duck, Stephen: J. Roberts.