The Gentleman s Magazine Or Monthly Intelligencer

By Mr. John Senhouse . lution in Faith and Practice . of Proving The Dancing Master : A Satyr , and Persevering : The Nature of Cleanness . Canto I. Pr . 4 d . Naaman's Cuere . of Vision , Revelatio , A Short TABLE ; Shewing at one Vien ...

The Gentleman s Magazine  Or  Monthly Intelligencer

Includes opinions and comment on other currently published newspapers and magazines, a selection of poetry, essays, parliamentary proceedings (beginning July 1732), "A register of books published," advertisements for Jefferies, and "The monthly intelligencer" which includes foreign and domestic news including news of North America, vital statistics (births, deaths, marriages), preferments, bankrupts, bills of mortality (including diseases and casualties), commodity prices, stocks.

The Gentleman s Magazine Or Monthly Intelligencer

Of Proving The Dancing Master : A Satyr , and Perlevering . The Nature of Cleanness . Canto I. Naaman's Cure . of Vision , Revelation , The Benefit of Farting & c.the 14th and Repentance . Of Zeal . The Crown of Edition Price 6 di Glory ...

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The Gentleman s Magazine

Refolution in Faith and Practice . of Proving The Dancing Master : A Satyr , and Persevering . The Nature of Cleanness . Canto I. Naaman's Cure . Of Vision , Revelation , The Benefit of Farting & c.the 14th and Repentance . Of Zeal .

The Gentleman s Magazine

The "Gentleman's magazine" section is a digest of selections from the weekly press; the "(Trader's) monthly intelligencer" section consists of news (foreign and domestic), vital statistics, a register of the month's new publications, and a calendar of forthcoming trade fairs.

Catalogue of Printed Books

See CURIOSITIES . Biogra- DANCING MASTER . [ Third edition . ) The Dancingphical curiosities , etc. Master . To which is added the tunes of the most usual Life . See MISERS . The Three Misers , etc. French dances . London , 1665. obl .

Catalogue of Printed Books


Catalogue of Printed Books in the Library of the British Museum

See CURIOSITIES . Biogra- DANCING MASTER . [ Third edition . ] The Dancingphical curiosities , etc. Master . To which is added the tunes of the most usual French dances . London , 1665. obl . 12o . Life . See Misers .

Catalogue of Printed Books in the Library of the British Museum


Catalogue of Autographs Etc

Catalogue of Autographs  Etc


The Gentleman s Magazine London England

Of Friendship The Dancing Master : A Satyr , with God . The Enmity of the Devil . ResoCanto I. lution in Faith and Praktice . Of Proving The Benefit of Farting , & c . the 14th and Perfevering . The Nature of Cleanness . Edition .

The Gentleman s Magazine  London  England


Cervantes in Seventeenth Century England

UMI 724:2 For a reference to Don Quixote as a mere legend, tale, or pack of lies, see Oldham's Satyrs upon theJesuits, O244 (1681), Book 1, Satyr III, ... Playford, Henry, The Dancing-Master: or, Directions for Dancing Country.

Cervantes in Seventeenth Century England

Cervantes in Seventeenth-century England garners well over a thousand English references to Cervantes and his works, thus providing the fullest and most intriguing early English picture ever made of the writings of Spain's greatest writer. Besides references to the nineteen books of Cervantes's prose available to seventeenth-century English readers (including four little-known abridgments), this new volume includes entries by such notable writers as Ben Jonson, John Fletcher, William Wycherley, Aphra Behn, Thomas Hobbes, John Dryden, and John Locke, as well as many lesser-known and anonymous writers. A reader will find, among others, a counterfeiter, a midwife, an astrologer, a princess, a diarist, and a Harvard graduate. Altogether this broad range of writers, famed and forgotten alike, brings to light not only sectarian and political tensions of the day, but also glimpses of the arts-of weaving, singing, acting, engraving, and painting. Even dancing, for there was a dance called the "Sancho Panzo". The volume opens with a wide-ranging Introduction that among other things traces the English reception of both Cervantes's Don Quixote and his Novelas ejemplares, including the part they played in English drama. In the main body of the work, individual items are arranged chronologically by year and, within that framework, alphabetically by author, thus providing little-known seventeenth-century evidence regarding the nature and breadth of British interest in Cervantes in various decades. Thorough annotation helps readers to place individual entries in their historical, social, political, and in some instances religious contexts. The volume includes twenty-nine germane seventeenth-century pictures, an index of references to chapters in Don Quixote, and a full bibliography and index.

The Anatomy of Satire

WYCHERLEY The Gentleman Dancing - Master ( 1672 ) Men are but maggots of some huge Earth's burial . BYRON Don Juan . Canto IX ( 1823 )排 Micromégas , a gigantic visitor from a planet in the system of Sirius , talks to a group of earthly ...

The Anatomy of Satire


The Quarterly Review

285. remarks on his Notes to Hoang - tee , reign of , 2500 years before Lord Byron's Fourth Canto to Childe Christ ... 39 . dence , 248. his opinions not adapted to satire from , the French dancing - master the vulgar , 526. remarks on ...

The Quarterly Review


The Quarterly Review

285. remarks on his Notes to Hoang - tee , reign of , 2500 years before Lord Byron's Fourth Canto to Childe Christ ... 39 . dence , 248. his opinions not adapted to satire from , the French dancing - master the vulgar , 526. remarks on ...

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The Quarterly Review London

285. remarks on his Notes to Hoang - tee , reign of , 2500 years before Lord Byron's Fourth Canto to Childe Christ ... 39 . dence , 248. his opinions not adapted to satire from , the French dancing - master the vulgar , 526. remarks on ...

The Quarterly Review  London


An Essay on Spenser s Faery Queen

In the 6th Canto the story returns to Una whom Sansloy in the disguise of the Red Cross Knight had carried off as his ... and Satyrs , who were holding their revelry , whilst old Sylvanus , their master , was asleep in a shady arbour .

An Essay on Spenser s Faery Queen