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Sir William Temple.
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Temple, Sir William (–99). Diplomat and author. Educated at Cambridge and eventually successful in his patient courtship of Dorothy Osborne, Temple moved from Ireland to England in and became Arlington's protégé. Accredited envoy at Brussels (), with a baronetcy the following year, he negotiated the Triple Alliance as ambassador at The Hague (), but judiciously retired to. The controversy took its rise from an essay of Sir William Temple’s upon that subject; which was answered by W. Wotton, B.D., with an appendix by Dr. Bentley, endeavouring to destroy the credit of Æsop and Phalaris for authors, whom Sir William Temple had, .
Observations Upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands. William Temple. J. Tonson, Awnsham, and J. Churchil, William Temple Full view - Observations Upon the United Provinces of The Netherlands William Temple Limited preview - Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands. by Temple, William, Sir, Publication date Topics Dutch War, of Michigan Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. First edition London, Mode of access: Internet.
Sir William Temple quotes and captions including When I pray, coincidences happen, and when I don't; The first ingredient in conversation is truth, the. Sir William Temple Quotes List of famous inspirational quotations by Sir William Temple on topics like life, humor, books. : William Temple's Analysis of Sir Philip Sidney's Apology for Poetry: An Edition and Translation (Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Series), V. 32,) (English and Latin Edition) () by Temple, William; Webster, John and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.2/5(1).
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The Works of Sir William Temple, Bart: An essay upon the advancement of trade in Ireland. Of popular discontents. An introduction to the history of England. Of poetry.
An essay upon ancient and Sep 4, by Sir William Temple. $ This is a reproduction of a. Books by William Temple. The Works of Sir William Temple Bart: Complete in Four Volumes Octavo.: To Which Is Prefixed, the Life and Character of the Author, Volume 3. The Works of Sir William Temple Bart: Complete in Four Volumes Octavo.: To Which Is Prefixed, the Life and Character of the Author.
Sir William Temple's Essays on Ancient and Modern Learning, and on Poetry. Edited by J.E. Spingarn by. Sir William Temple, 1st Baronet ( – ) was an English statesman and diplomat.
He attended Cambridge University but did not graduate, choosing instead to travel throughout Continental Europe from Following his marriage to Dorothy Osborne, Temple became a diplomat and was awarded a baronetcy in Author: William Temple. Genre/Form: Temple, William Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Steensma, Robert C., Sir William Temple.
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. They are collected here in the WORKS OF SIR WILLIAM TEMPLE (Teerlink ). Upon its publication inas part of the prolegomena to Swift's `Tale of a Tub', Temple was immortalized as the hero of the 'Battle of the Books.' (J. Davies, `Temple, Sir William, baronet ()', Oxford DNB, online edn, May ).
Price: $ Sir William Temple, Baronet, (born ApLondon, Eng.—died Jan. 27,Moor Park, Surrey, Eng.), English statesman and diplomat who formulated the pro-Dutch foreign policy employed intermittently during the reign of King Charles II.
In addition, his thought and prose style had a great influence on many 18th-century writers, particularly on Jonathan Swift. TEMPLE, Sir WILLIAM (–), statesman and author, born at Blackfriars in London inwas the grandson of Sir William Temple (–) [q.
v.], provost of Trinity College, Dublin, and formerly secretary to Sir Philip Sidney. The mention of Sir William Temple (Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, Secretary to the Earl of Essex, and in whose arms Sir Philip Sidney died at Zutphen) is ironical, because his son Sir John Temple had as his mistress a daughter of the prominent Leicester family of Herrick (also spelled Heyrick), and their illegitimate son was the author Jonathan Swift.].
Temple, William, Sir William Temple's essays on ancient & modern learning and on poetry; (Oxford, The Clarendon press, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Temple, William, The works of Sir William Temple, bart. (London: Printed for J. Brotherton, ) (page images at HathiTrust).
Books by William Temple. Readings In St John's Gospel. Nature, Man and God. Mens Creatrix. The Works Of Sir William Temple, Bart. The Faith and Modern Thought.
Christianity and Social Order. Christian Faith and Life. The Nature Of Personality. Repton School Sermons. The British Prose Writers. "Sir William Temple, 1st Baronet (25 April. 27 January ) was an English statesman and essayist."--Wikipedia. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.
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Dorothy Osborne, Lady Temple () was a British writer of letters and wife of Sir William Temple, 1st Baronet. Osborne was born at Chicksands Priory, Bedfordshire, England, the youngest of ten children born to a staunchly Royalist family/5.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. William Temple (logician) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Sir William Temple (–) was an English Ramist logician and fourth Provost of Trinity College Dublin.
More editions of Essays of Sir William Temple: Essays of Sir William Temple: ISBN () Softcover, General Books LLC, Early years. Temple was born on 15 October in Exeter, Devon, the second son of Frederick Temple and his wife Beatrice, née Lascelles. Frederick Temple was Bishop of Exeter, and later (–) Archbishop of e the considerable age gap – the Bishop was 59 years old when Temple was born (Beatrice Temple was 35) – they had a close : Canterbury Cathedral.
Letters to Sir William Temple by Dorothy Osborne, Kenneth Parker A major historical document and a supreme collection of love letters, this book reveals Dorothy Osborne (/5) to be one of the most remarkable women of the seventeenth century. The letters bring to life for us every stage of her long courtship and marriage to William Temple ()-- a marriage implacably opposed by both.
Sir William Temple (25 April, – 27 January, ) was a statesman and essayist, who successfully negotiated the marriage of William, Prince of Orange and Princess Mary of England.
This article on an author is a stub. You can help Wikiquote by expanding it. Quotes [ edit ]. Sir William Temple. British Ambassador to Netherlands. Birthplace: London, England Location of death: Moor Park, Surrey, England Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, West. English statesman, diplomat, and author, born in London, and came of an old English family, but of the younger branch of it, which had for some time been settled in Ireland Born: The Early Essays and Romances of Sir William Temple Bt.
with the Life and Character of Sir William Temple by his sister Lady Giffard G. C. Moore Smith (ed.) Publisher: Oxford University Press.
The works of Sir William Temple, bart. edited by Jonathan Swift [Rare Books quarto PR T2] Sir William Temple had two sisters, Martha (later Lady Gifford) and Mary, and a brother, John.
Sir John Temple () was an Irish lawyer and politician and father of Henry Temple, first Viscount Palmerston (), who purchased the.