Clarendon and Whitlock compared
Read Online
Share

Clarendon and Whitlock compared to which is occasionally added, A comparison between the History of the Rebellion, and other Histories of the Civil War ... by John Oldmixon

  • 183 Want to read
  • ·
  • 42 Currently reading

Published by Printed for J. and J. Pemberton in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Clarendon, Edward Hyde, -- Earl of, -- 1609-1674,
  • Whitelocke, Bulstrode

Book details:

The Physical Object
Paginationxxxix, 344, [xxiv] p.
Number of Pages344
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15970162M

Download Clarendon and Whitlock compared

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Get this from a library! Clarendon and Whitlock compar'd.: To which is occasionally added, a comparison between the History of the rebellion, and other histories of the Civil War. Proving very plainly, that the editors of the Lord Clarendon's history, have hardly left one fact, or one character on the Parliament side, fairly represented ; That the Characters are all Satire, or Panegyrick, and. Full text of "Clarendon and Whitlock compar'd: to which is occasionally added, A comparison between the History of the rebellion and other histories of the civil g very plainly, that the editors of the Lord Clarendon's History, have hardly left one fact, or one character on the Parliament side, fairly represented; that the characters are all satire, or panegyrick, and the facts.   Defoe's satire in this first book on Clarendon's elegant style looks forward to remarks on the History made two decades later by Oldmixon, who in his Clarendon and Whitlock Compared attacks the work as highly wrought illusionism. OLDMIXON, John. Clarendon and Whitlock Compar'd. To which is occasionally added, a comparison between the History of the Rebellion, and other Histories of the Civil War London: Printed for J. Pemberton. 8vo. Contemporary calf rebacked, rubbed at the edges.

Note See Oldmixon, Clarendon and Whitelocke compared (). [ back] Note Vol. I, pp. 53– [ back] Note See bibliography. [ back] Note See ibid. [ back]: Note In Waverley, vol. II., chap. XXXVI, where the baron of Bradwardine excuses the devastation of the house of his ancestors by the reflection that “doubtless officers cannot always keep the soldier’s hand from. Clarendon and Whitlock compar'd: To which is occasionally added, a comparison between the History of the Rebellion, and other histories of the Civil War. / By the author of the Critical history of England, By: N/A. Price: $ Transport History Volume 2 Number 1 by Anon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at BIBLE, In English. The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament and the New; Newly Translated out of the Originall Tongues and with the former translations diligently compared. London: Robert Barker, NT with separate title. (Browning, occasional spotting, stamp to title-page and paper repair to verso.) [Bound with:] The Whole Book of Psalms.

The Lyons Press is proud to introduce The L.L. Bean Ultimate Book of Fly Fishing, an exciting full-color book for beginning and expert fly anglers t to you in conjunction with L.L. Bean, America's most trusted name in outdoor apparel, and written by unquestioned experts in the field, this book is divided into four essential parts-General Fly Fishing, Fly Fishing for Bass, Fly Reviews:   Interestingly, as Outkick’s Jason Whitlock notes, judging from LeBron’s “take,” it’s not exactly clear that James is really reading the book. The Orange County Register’s Kyle Goon spotted James reading the book Thursday outside of Lakers coach Frank Vogel’s postgame press conference. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Mr. Oldmixon Clarendon and Whitlock compar'd [microform]. To which is occasionally added, A comparison between the History of the rebellion and other histories of the civil war. Proving very plainly, that the editors of the Lord Clarendon's History, have hardly left one fact, or one. An exemplum of Clarendon's A Brief View and Survey of the Dangerous and Pernicious Errors to Church and State, in Mr. Hobbes's Book entitled Leviathan (Oxford, ), which, according to the recipient's ‘Ex dono’ inscription, was presented to Evelyn by the second Lord Clarendon, was sold at Christie's, 23 June , lot , to Drury.