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Literary life of the Rev. William Harness, Vicar of All Saints, Knightsbridge, and Prebendary of St. Paul's. London, Hurst and Blackett, (OCoLC) Online version: L'Estrange, A.G.K. (Alfred Guy Kingan), Literary life of the Rev.
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Alfred Cookman Ridgaway Bascom New. HARNESS, WILLIAM (–), author of a 'Life of Shakespeare,' born near Wickham in Hampshire on 14 Marchwas son of John Harness, M.D., commissioner of transports, and elder brother of Sir Henry Drury Harness [q. v.] In Harness went to Lisbon with his father, and in was entered at Harrow, where he made the acquaintance of.
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Planned by her literary executor, Rev. William Harness, who contributed the introduction, and assisted in the workPages: The son of a Herefordshire clergyman, Francis Hodgson studied at Eton and King's College Cambridge (B.A.
FellowM.A.B.D. He was an assistant master at Eton () and later Provost (). MITFORD, MARY RUSSELL (–), novelist and dramatist, born at Airesford, Hampshire, on 16 Dec.was the only child of George Mitford or Midford, descended from an ancient Northumberlandshire family, and of Mary Russell, an heiress, the only surviving child of Dr.
Richard Russell, a richly beneficed clergyman, who held the livings of Overton and Ash, both in Hampshire, for. A Guide to the Thomas Campbell Manuscript Material in the Pforzheimer Collection - 1 autograph letter signed: 9 Jan (MISC ): begins, “I shall take care to send down from London on the first appearance of my new Edition in Quarto of the Pleasures of Hope ”.
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London: Hurst and Blackett, First edition, 8vo ( x mm.) Extra-illustrated with 19 plates. (Light browning and spotting, heavier spotting to plates and opposing leaves, minor marginal tear without loss to p).
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