Lettere a William Cavendish (1615-1628)

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Micanzio, Fulgenzio -- Correspondence., Devonshire, William Cavendish, -- Earl of, -- 1590-1628 -- Correspondence., Venice (Italy) -- History -- 1508-1797 -- Sou
StatementFulgenzio Micanzio ; nella versione inglese di Thomas Hobbes ; edizione a cura di Roberto Ferrini ; con introduzione di Enrico de Mas.
SeriesScrinium historiale -- 15
ContributionsHobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679., Ferrini, Roberto., De Mas, Enrico, 1926-
LC ClassificationsDG678.31 .M43 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination347 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19903241M

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Letter 18 13/23 June Hobbes to William Cavendish, Earl of Newcastle, from Paris; Letter 19 29 July/8 August Hobbes to William Cavendish, Earl of Newcastle, from Paris; Letter 20 1 [/11] October Sir Kenelm Digby to Hobbes, from Paris; Letter 21 16 [/26] October Hobbes to William Cavendish, Earl of Newcastle, from Byfleet (Surrey).

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Browse All; Media Groups; Presentations. The writings of Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle, are remarkable for their vivid depiction of the mores and mentality of seventeenth-century England. This edition includes all of Cavendish’s Sociable Letters (), a collection of writings that comments on a wide range of aspects of seventeenth-century society, such as war and peace, science and medicine, English.

Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Newcastle, The Phanseys of William Cavendish, Marquis of Newcastle addressed to Margaret Lucas and her letters in reply, ed. Grant (London, ) Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Newcastle, Witts Triumverate, or, The Philosopher () Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Newcastle, The Varietie ().

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William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne KG KB PC (ca 16 December – 25 December ), was an English courtier and supporter of the arts.

He was a renowned horse breeder, as well as being patron of the playwright Ben Jonson, and the intellectual group known as the Welbeck Circle. Despite spending the then enormous sum of £15, entertaining Charles I inhe failed Born: 6 DecemberHandsworth, West Riding of. Newcastle, William Cavendish, Duke of, A letter from Sr.

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previous next. William Cavendish wrote several letters to Guilford Slingsby, who died before the book in question was published (see the C.H. Firth edition of Margaret’s Life of William Cavendish, p. ff). Guilford had a younger brother, Arthur, who was knighted by the King in at Brussels and made a baronet in in a patent dated from Bruge (DNB).

William Cavendish is the author of His Master's Voice ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), A General System of Horsemanship ( avg rating, 3 rating /5(2). Get this from a library. The phanseys of William Cavendish: marquis of Newcastle, addressed to Margaret Lucas, and her letters in reply.

[William Cavendish Newcastle, Duke of; Francis Meynell; Nonesuch Press.; William Clowes and Sons.] -- Prospectus and order form for the book published by the Nonesuch Press in The duchess’s most effective prose, and one of the century’s finest biographical works, is The Life of William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle ().

Equally lively and clearly written is “A True. Lady Jane Cavendish (–) was a noted poet and playwright. She was daughter of William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, and later the wife of Charles Cheyne, Viscount Newhaven, Along with her literary achievements, Jane helped manage her father's properties while he spent the English Civil War in exile; she was responsible for a variety of military correspondences and for salvaging many of Born: Jane Cavendish, A Declaration by Direction of the Committee at Yorke to Their Deluded and Oppressed Countrey-Men Also the Letters with the Propositions and Articles Sent.

This document gives some information about the letters that make up Margaret Cavendish's Philosophical Letters (London, ). The descriptions of each letter are in a small number of categories: number, topic, reference, and note.

Number: I have numbered all the letters by section and letter. Thus, for example, is letter 12 of section Philosophical letters, or, Modest reflections upon some opinions in natural philosophy maintained by several famous and learned authors of this age, expressed by way of letters / by the thrice noble, illustrious, and excellent princess the Lady Marchioness of Newcastle.

Newcastle, Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of. London: [s.n.], This edition includes all of Cavendish's Sociable Letters (), a collection of writings that comments on a wide range of aspects of seventeenth-century society, such as war and peace, science and medicine, English and Classical literatures, and social issues such as choosing a spouse, married life, infidelity, divorce, and the option of.

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Cavendish family circle by Peeter Clouwet, (9) William & Margaret Cavendish, small seated picture, by James Mitan, after Peeter Clouwet. Painted portraits. The portrait on our website is by Gonzales Coques, and is called “Portrait of a Married Couple in a Park,” or “Lord Cavendish und Seine Frau Margaret im Rubensgarten in Antwerpen” ( ).

The love letters of Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn; with notes. Contributor Names Henry VIII, King of England, Book/Printed Material Formerly ascribed to the author's brother, Sir William Cavendish. First edition published in Contributor: Cavendish, George - Singer, Samuel Weller. DF1/1/3 Copies of letters sent to William Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Devonshire by Colonel Bagshawe Item 3 letters DF1/2 Accounts of William Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Devonshire - Series This series contains a single account book covering the period There, inshe married the widowed William Cavendish, Marquis (later Duke) of Newcastle (), who had been commander of Charles I’s forces in the north, and a well-known patron of arts and letters.

The Newcastles lived lavishly on credit in Antwerp from until the Restoration allowed their return to England in The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Margaret Cavendish Newcastle (Newcastle, Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of, ?) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.

Newcastle, Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of. The Atomic Poems of Margaret (Lucas) Cavendish, ed. by Leigh Tillman Partington (HTML at Emory) Newcastle, Margaret Cavendish. Mr Tyrell William Cavendish was born in Scarborough, Yorkshire, England on 12 October He was the only son of Charles Tyrell Cavendish 1 () and Elizabeth Anne Dickinson ().

His father was a native of Middlesex whilst his mother hailed from Durham and they were married in Home Country: Church Eaton, Staffordshire, England. This luminous biographical novel about unconventional 17th-century writer Margaret Cavendish is a small miracle of imaginative sympathy Power couple Margaret and William Cavendish in Author: Justine Jordan.

William Cavendish, Marquess of Newcastle, was 30 years her elder, a dashing Cavalier general with a reputation as a womaniser.

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Despite the Queen's opposition, the couple were married, and William Author: Katie Whitaker. 1 edition published in in English and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Sweet is the vale: a favourite duo as sung by Mr.

Woodham and Mrs. Wignell by Georgiana Spencer Cavendish () 9 editions published between and in English and. Early life. Cavendish was born in at Trimley St Martin near Ipswich, Suffolk, father was William Cavendish, a descendant of Roger Cavendish, brother to Sir John Cavendish from whom the Dukes of Devonshire and the Dukes of Newcastle derive their family name of Cavendish.

When Thomas Cavendish was 12 he inherited a fortune from his father's estate.This chart—begun in by Cameron Kroetsch, and finished in by myself and my RA Alaheh Amini 1 —gives all the locations in which copies of Cavendish’s books is intended, first and foremost, as a resource for researchers, particularly those who might want to conduct bibliographical research on Cavendish’s work, and those who might want to produce scholarly editions.Citation.

Beardsley, William H. "Sociable letters." Renaissance Quarterly 59(4): Author: William H. Beardsley.