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Sir John Berkenhead, 1617-1679

P. W. Thomas

Sir John Berkenhead, 1617-1679

a royalist career in politics and polemics

by P. W. Thomas

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    Full text of "Dictionary of national biography: index and epitome" See other formats. P.W. Thomas, Sir John Berkenhead A Royalist Career in Politics and Polemics, (Oxford, ), p 41 order of composition, the order .

    MS C. , the autograph draft of John Taylor’s Causes of the diseases and distempers of this Kingdom, is annotated ‘Imprimatur J Berkenhead Octob. 5 ’ Berkenhead had been part of Laud’s licensing committee in Lambeth prior to the war, and took on the role of official court censor in Oxford He was at Oxford as part of the. Indeed, when in John Bunyan disavowed his earlier reading - 'a Ballad, a News-book, George on Horseback or Bevis of Southampton - we can imagine not only the apparently apolitical chapbook literature described by Margaret Spufford, but also the continuum of politicised and dramatised dialogues we have been discussing Playlets carve out.

    Verheyden A. L.E. Kramer -Schlette (Caria), Vier Augsburger Chronisten der Reformationzeit, Die Behandlung und Deutung der Zeitgeschichte bei Clemens lender. Wilhelm Rem. Georg Preu und Paul Hector : Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire, t fasc. 2, Histoire (depuis l'Antiquité) — Geschiedenis (sedert de Oudheid) pp. n Berkenhead, a Royalist career in: politics and polemics. awa, they gain a greater awareness of federal: politics and are privileged with the opportunity to vi: his own tutor, and shared views on religion, politics and morals. Dennis Kavanagh, Politics and Personalities (Palgrave Macmillan, ) The Church has some influence in.


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Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thomas, Peter William. Sir John Berkenhead, Oxford, Clarendon P., Sir John Berkenhead, a Royalist career in politics and polemics by Thomas, Peter William. Publication date Topics Birkenhead, John, Sir, Publisher Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent 1617-1679 book Library : Sir John Birkenhead was a journalist and a poet. The son of Randall Birkenhead, a saddler, alehouse keeper and chapel clerk, and his wife Margaret of whom little is known.

John attended Witton Grammar School. In Birkenhead entered Oriel College, Oxford, as a servitor. His tutor was Humphrey Lloyd; otherwise, Burial: St Martin-in-the-Fields Churchyard.

Sir John Birkenhead or Berkenhead (c – 4 December ) was a British political writer and journalist, imprisoned several times during the Commonwealth for his obtrusive royalism.

Birkenhead was the supposed son of Randall Birkenhead (c – ) and Margaret Middleton (d. ).The parish register of Witton-cum-Twambrooks records a baptism for John.

THOMAS, (P. W.), Sir John Berkenhead [compte-rendu] Woodward G. Revue belge de Philologie et d'Histoire Année pp. Fait partie d'un numéro thématique: Histoire (depuis l'Antiquité) — Geschiedenis (sedert de Author: G Woodward.

Creation. The Mercurius Aulicus newspaper originated during the English Civil War from a suggestion by George Digby, a key advisor to King Charles I, that the Royalist faction needed a method for promoting their views in Parliament-held London.

As a result the publication was established in January - it is variously termed either a newspaper or a newsbook - the. Sir John Birkenhead or Berkenhead (24 March – 4 December ) was a British political writer and journalist, imprisoned several times during the Commonwealth for his obtrusive royalism.

Birkenhead was educated at Witton Grammar School, Northwich. [1] He proceeded to Oxford University, and was a Fellow of All Souls' from to [2] Birkenhead began.

Sir John Berkenhead A Royalist Career in Politics and Polemics P. THOMAS Sir John Berkenhead was a remarkable propagandist, man of letters, and politician.

This study of his life and works makes possible a new apprecia-tion of his qualities and of his importance as a polemicist, and offers many. We may reasonably, therefore, suppose that John Fletcher of Corpus Christi College is not the John Fletcher who was born in Rye Now we can see how misleading Dyce's eclecticism is.

As G.E. Bentley suggests, 'there are various John Fletchers in the registers of Oxford and Cambridge, none of whom can be unquestionably identified as the son.

^ Rudrum, "Complete Poems of Henry Vaughan, p ^ P.W. Thomas, "Sir John Berkenhead – A Royalist Career in Politics and Polemics, Clarendon Press, Oxford, ", p ^ ^ Vaughan, Henry in Welsh Biography Online, at National Library of Wales; Oxford Companion to English Literature, s.v.

Henry Vaughan. He was reprieved by Sir John Denham, who declared that "whilest G. lived, he [Denham] should not be the was more probably written by Berkenhead: P. Thomas, Sir John Berkenhead A Royalist Career in Politics and Polemics (Oxford, ), p.

Robert Ashton, The English Civil War: Conservatism and Revolution, Sir John Berkenhead, a Royalist career in politics and polemics [by] P. Thomas Workshop wage determination. Edited by Shirley W. Lerner, John R. Cable and S. Gupta. Thomas, Sir John Berkenhead, – A Royalist Career in Politics and Polemics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), 37 and Google Scholar Author: James Loxley.

Le Relazioni Diplomatiche fra L'Austria e il Regno di Sardegna. First Series; – Volume II (23 Luglio –3 Agosto ). Edited by Narciso Nada. [Documenti per la Storia delle Relazioni Diplomatiche fra le Grandi Potenze Europe e gli Stati Italiani – Dowland, John, The 2nd Book of Songs and Ayres, Dugdale, Leveson and Langley Letters, Staffordshire Record Office, Stafford.

Dugdale, Sir William, A Short View of the Late Troubles, etc., Oxford, The Tower of London Letter-Book of Sir Lewis Dyve –7. Edited by H.

Tibbutt, Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, Vol. XXXVIII. 24 It is perhaps wholly coincidental that Davies seems to have known Sir John Berkenhead when the latter was operating as a Royalist agent; and that this encounter may possibly have occurred during the year preceding Davies' departure for the continent, according to P.

Thomas, Sir john Berkenhead, (Oxford, ), 13 Sir Benjamin Rudyerd. 14 Oliver Cromwell. 15 Sir John Eliot. 16 John Hampden. 17 John Pym. 18 The Count of Gondomar.

19 The Earl of Essex. 20 Lord Cottington. R Essay collections and discussions on the causes of the civil wars. S General works ―. On 2 Decemberfor example, Samuel Pepys recorded his distaste for one instance of this, when he judged Edward Howard’s The Usurper ‘a pretty good play in all but what is designed to resemble Cromwell and Hugh Peters, which is mighty silly’ (Samuel Pepys, Diary, ed.

Robert Lathan and William Matthews (London: G. Bell and Sons Ltd, –83), Volume 9, p. Author: Michael Cordner. Henry Vaughan (17 April – 23 April ) was a Welsh metaphysical poet, author, translator and physician, who wrote in is chiefly known for the religious poetry contained in Silex Scintillans, published inwith a second part published in In his poems, with the Tenth Satyre of Juvenal Englished, were published, followed by a second volume in Sir John BerkenheadA Royalist Career in Politics and Polemics ().

Socratic Session, or the Arraignment and Conviction of Julius ScaligerAuthor: Diana Julia. Rose. The Restoration dramatic canon has been redesigned, and Aphra Behn’s place in the firmament now appears assured.

Some of her plays, however, are still treated as more equal than : Michael Cordner.Ayres and Dialogues, Book 1 by Henry Lawes (c - ).

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