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A Restoration reader

Label
A Restoration reader
Title
A Restoration reader
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1882-1969
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Hanford, James Holly
Dewey number
820.8/004
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • facsimiles
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR1131
LC item number
.H3 1971
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Essay and general literature index reprint series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English literature
  • Great Britain
Label
A Restoration reader
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The year 1662
  • Of my Lord's natural wit and understanding
  • Of his natural humor and disposition
  • Of his outward shape and behavior
  • Of his diet
  • The Duchess of Newscastle.
  • Wit's recreations.
  • The stage.
  • Letters patent for erecting a new theatre
  • Charles II
  • Diary of a playgoer
  • The year 1663
  • Samuel Pepys
  • The country wife
  • William Wycherley
  • The way of the world
  • Love for love
  • William Congreve
  • The provoked wife
  • Sir John Vanbrugh.
  • Wit's recreations.
  • Belles-Lettres.
  • Samuel Pepys
  • Of war and poetry
  • Of modern wit
  • John Dryden
  • The Restoration, or the history of insipids
  • Song, My dear mistress has a heart ; Constancy
  • The bowl
  • Song, Injurious charmer of my vanquished heart
  • Song, When on those lovely looks I gaze
  • Song, absent from thee I languish still
  • Song, All my past life is mine no more
  • Hudibras
  • Letters to Mrs. Barry
  • The maimed debauchee
  • A satire against mankind
  • John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester
  • The conversion of a rake
  • Gilbert Burnet
  • To Chloris
  • The indifference
  • Song, Not, Celia, that I juster am
  • Song, Love still has something of the sea
  • Samuel Butler
  • The knotting song
  • Song, Phyllis is my only joy
  • Sir Charles Sedley
  • A song of Belial
  • Anthony Wood
  • Oroonoko, or, The royal slave
  • Letters of Aphra.
  • To Mr. Klligrew
  • To a gentleman
  • To Jacob Tonson, publisher
  • The ways of God to man
  • Poems of Aphra
  • Love armed
  • The willing mistress
  • On Mr. Dryden, renegade
  • A Pindaric poem
  • Aphra Behn
  • Of solitude
  • Abraham Cowley -- The morning quatrains
  • Charles Cotton
  • Alexander's feast
  • John Milton
  • John Dryden
  • Song written at sea
  • Charles Sackville.
  • Old and new science.
  • A trial of witches
  • Anonymous
  • The case for witchcraft : objections answered
  • Joseph Glanvill
  • Religious origins
  • Thomas Hobbes
  • The problem of toleration
  • Letter to a friend
  • Sir Thomas Browne
  • Discourse of health and long life
  • Sir William Temple
  • The improvement of physic
  • Observations on the gout
  • Thomas Sydenham
  • The elephant and the moon
  • Samuel Butler
  • The virtuoso
  • The suppression of dissent
  • Thomas Shadwell
  • Sir Wiliam Petty
  • John Evelyn
  • Political arithmetic
  • Sir William Petty.
  • Grace abounding.
  • Margaret Fell
  • Fox in New England
  • George Fox
  • Letter to the Indians
  • Richard Baxter.
  • Prayer for Philadelphia
  • William Penn
  • Father and son
  • A visit to John Milton
  • Thomas Ellwood
  • Grace abounding
  • The pilgrim's progress
  • John Bunyan
  • Centuries of meditation
  • Wonder
  • Chronicles of the realm.
  • Chronicles of the realm.
  • Thomas Traherne.
  • Hic jacet.
  • Epitaphs.
  • Charles II
  • James II
  • Buckingham
  • John Dryden
  • A clockmaker-mayor
  • A cook
  • A soldier of the king
  • Three horsemen : war, plague, fire.
  • Three children
  • William Wheatly, obit 1683
  • Anonymous
  • Britain's shame
  • Andrew Marvell
  • The year 1664
  • The year 1665
  • The year 1666
  • The year 1667
  • The year 1668
  • Samuel Pepys
  • Happy return.
  • The flight from London
  • Death rides triumphant
  • The plague among God's people
  • God's hand in plague and fire
  • A catalogue of London's sins
  • Thomas Vincent
  • Autopsy on a victim of the plague
  • George Thomson
  • London redivivus
  • John Dryden.
  • England's joy
  • Chronicles of the realm.
  • Plot and counterplot : the end of an era.
  • The year 1671
  • The year 1672
  • The year 1673
  • The year 1678
  • The year 1679
  • The year 1680
  • The year 1683
  • The year 1685
  • Anonymous
  • The year 1688
  • John Evelyn
  • Letters.
  • To the Lord Chancellor Clarendon
  • To his sister Henrietta
  • To Prince Rupert
  • Proclamation to prohibit the rebuilding of houses after the Great Fire
  • Speech to both Houses on opening the session
  • Charles II
  • Plain speech to royalty
  • Astraea redux
  • Gilbert Burnet
  • Ambassador's report
  • Paul Barillon, Marquis de Brange
  • The paper delivered by Lord Russell to the sheriffs
  • William, Lord Russell
  • Absalom
  • The Jebusites
  • Achitophel
  • Zimri
  • The hind and the panther
  • John Dryden
  • John Dryden
  • The prince of darkness
  • Anonymous
  • Escape of a white slave
  • Henry Pitman.
  • The empire of love.
  • The Devil makes a slip
  • Lady Muskerry's pillow
  • King's gambit declined
  • Anthony Hamilton
  • The year 1660
  • Some account of Mrs. Gwyn
  • William Oldys
  • Letters
  • To Lawrence Hyde
  • To Mrs. Francis Jennings
  • Eleanor Gwyn
  • A panegyric on Nelly
  • Anonymous
  • The affaire Deb Willett
  • Samuel Pepys
  • The year 1661
  • Hail wedded love
  • John Milton
  • A hoyting girl
  • What news?
  • That Passion
  • Lady Anne Fanshawe
  • Letters.
  • To Lord Russell
  • To Dr. Fitzwilliam
  • Lady Rachael Russell
Control code
106161
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xviii, 412 pages
Isbn
9780804614108
Lccn
70122874
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimiles, portraits
System control number
(WaOLN)508280
Label
A Restoration reader
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The year 1662
  • Of my Lord's natural wit and understanding
  • Of his natural humor and disposition
  • Of his outward shape and behavior
  • Of his diet
  • The Duchess of Newscastle.
  • Wit's recreations.
  • The stage.
  • Letters patent for erecting a new theatre
  • Charles II
  • Diary of a playgoer
  • The year 1663
  • Samuel Pepys
  • The country wife
  • William Wycherley
  • The way of the world
  • Love for love
  • William Congreve
  • The provoked wife
  • Sir John Vanbrugh.
  • Wit's recreations.
  • Belles-Lettres.
  • Samuel Pepys
  • Of war and poetry
  • Of modern wit
  • John Dryden
  • The Restoration, or the history of insipids
  • Song, My dear mistress has a heart ; Constancy
  • The bowl
  • Song, Injurious charmer of my vanquished heart
  • Song, When on those lovely looks I gaze
  • Song, absent from thee I languish still
  • Song, All my past life is mine no more
  • Hudibras
  • Letters to Mrs. Barry
  • The maimed debauchee
  • A satire against mankind
  • John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester
  • The conversion of a rake
  • Gilbert Burnet
  • To Chloris
  • The indifference
  • Song, Not, Celia, that I juster am
  • Song, Love still has something of the sea
  • Samuel Butler
  • The knotting song
  • Song, Phyllis is my only joy
  • Sir Charles Sedley
  • A song of Belial
  • Anthony Wood
  • Oroonoko, or, The royal slave
  • Letters of Aphra.
  • To Mr. Klligrew
  • To a gentleman
  • To Jacob Tonson, publisher
  • The ways of God to man
  • Poems of Aphra
  • Love armed
  • The willing mistress
  • On Mr. Dryden, renegade
  • A Pindaric poem
  • Aphra Behn
  • Of solitude
  • Abraham Cowley -- The morning quatrains
  • Charles Cotton
  • Alexander's feast
  • John Milton
  • John Dryden
  • Song written at sea
  • Charles Sackville.
  • Old and new science.
  • A trial of witches
  • Anonymous
  • The case for witchcraft : objections answered
  • Joseph Glanvill
  • Religious origins
  • Thomas Hobbes
  • The problem of toleration
  • Letter to a friend
  • Sir Thomas Browne
  • Discourse of health and long life
  • Sir William Temple
  • The improvement of physic
  • Observations on the gout
  • Thomas Sydenham
  • The elephant and the moon
  • Samuel Butler
  • The virtuoso
  • The suppression of dissent
  • Thomas Shadwell
  • Sir Wiliam Petty
  • John Evelyn
  • Political arithmetic
  • Sir William Petty.
  • Grace abounding.
  • Margaret Fell
  • Fox in New England
  • George Fox
  • Letter to the Indians
  • Richard Baxter.
  • Prayer for Philadelphia
  • William Penn
  • Father and son
  • A visit to John Milton
  • Thomas Ellwood
  • Grace abounding
  • The pilgrim's progress
  • John Bunyan
  • Centuries of meditation
  • Wonder
  • Chronicles of the realm.
  • Chronicles of the realm.
  • Thomas Traherne.
  • Hic jacet.
  • Epitaphs.
  • Charles II
  • James II
  • Buckingham
  • John Dryden
  • A clockmaker-mayor
  • A cook
  • A soldier of the king
  • Three horsemen : war, plague, fire.
  • Three children
  • William Wheatly, obit 1683
  • Anonymous
  • Britain's shame
  • Andrew Marvell
  • The year 1664
  • The year 1665
  • The year 1666
  • The year 1667
  • The year 1668
  • Samuel Pepys
  • Happy return.
  • The flight from London
  • Death rides triumphant
  • The plague among God's people
  • God's hand in plague and fire
  • A catalogue of London's sins
  • Thomas Vincent
  • Autopsy on a victim of the plague
  • George Thomson
  • London redivivus
  • John Dryden.
  • England's joy
  • Chronicles of the realm.
  • Plot and counterplot : the end of an era.
  • The year 1671
  • The year 1672
  • The year 1673
  • The year 1678
  • The year 1679
  • The year 1680
  • The year 1683
  • The year 1685
  • Anonymous
  • The year 1688
  • John Evelyn
  • Letters.
  • To the Lord Chancellor Clarendon
  • To his sister Henrietta
  • To Prince Rupert
  • Proclamation to prohibit the rebuilding of houses after the Great Fire
  • Speech to both Houses on opening the session
  • Charles II
  • Plain speech to royalty
  • Astraea redux
  • Gilbert Burnet
  • Ambassador's report
  • Paul Barillon, Marquis de Brange
  • The paper delivered by Lord Russell to the sheriffs
  • William, Lord Russell
  • Absalom
  • The Jebusites
  • Achitophel
  • Zimri
  • The hind and the panther
  • John Dryden
  • John Dryden
  • The prince of darkness
  • Anonymous
  • Escape of a white slave
  • Henry Pitman.
  • The empire of love.
  • The Devil makes a slip
  • Lady Muskerry's pillow
  • King's gambit declined
  • Anthony Hamilton
  • The year 1660
  • Some account of Mrs. Gwyn
  • William Oldys
  • Letters
  • To Lawrence Hyde
  • To Mrs. Francis Jennings
  • Eleanor Gwyn
  • A panegyric on Nelly
  • Anonymous
  • The affaire Deb Willett
  • Samuel Pepys
  • The year 1661
  • Hail wedded love
  • John Milton
  • A hoyting girl
  • What news?
  • That Passion
  • Lady Anne Fanshawe
  • Letters.
  • To Lord Russell
  • To Dr. Fitzwilliam
  • Lady Rachael Russell
Control code
106161
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xviii, 412 pages
Isbn
9780804614108
Lccn
70122874
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimiles, portraits
System control number
(WaOLN)508280

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