5 edition of Sir Charles Sedley, 1639-1701 found in the catalog.
Sir Charles Sedley, 1639-1701
Pinto, Vivian de Sola
|Statement||by V. De Sola Pinto.|
|LC Classifications||PR3671.S4 P5 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 400 p.|
|Number of Pages||400|
|LC Control Number||76085904|
Pepys speaks of Lord Vaughan as "one of the lewdest fellows of the age, worse than Sir Charles Sedley" (DNB). That was saying a great deal, for some of Sedley's poetry is raunchy indeed. The 5th Baronet, Sir Charles Sedley () was a politican, dramatist and famed wit of his day. His poetry explores both satrie and amorous topics. Sep 18, · "Sedley, Sir Charles," in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons () Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.
Early Origins of the Sedley family. The surname Sedley was first found in Kent where the family had three distinct branches: Sedley of Aylesford; Sedley of Great Chart; and Sedley of Southfleet. The oldest appears to be William Sedley of Southfleet who was High Sheriff of Kent in Aylesford dates back to the Britons when it was called Saissenaighobail, in commemoration of their having. Early Origins of the Sedgley family. The surname Sedgley was first found in Kent where the family had three distinct branches: Sedley of Aylesford; Sedley of Great Chart; and Sedley of Southfleet. The oldest appears to be William Sedley of Southfleet who was High Sheriff of Kent in Aylesford dates back to the Britons when it was called Saissenaighobail, in commemoration of their having.
By Lady Catherine Sedley, wife of Sir Charles Sedley, It consists of 75 pages containing receipts, sixteen of which are culinary and (the rest medical, mostly herbal, for the use of major and minor ailments, a few of them are cosmetic. Sir Charles Sedley, ?, wrote a tragedy on Antony and Cleopatra as well as several collections of lyric poems. George Stepney, , was also one of the translators of Latin satires. John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, , is best known as a satirist.
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Sedley was educated at Wadham College, Oxford, but left without taking a degree. There his tutor was the poet Walter Pope. The second surviving son of Sir John Sedley and Elizabeth, William, succeeded to the baronetcy in Charles Sedley inherited the title (5th baronet) in.
Jan 22, · Sir Charles Sedley, 5th Baronet (March – 20 August ), was an English noble, dramatist and politician. He was principally remembered for his wit and profligacy. Life He was the son of Sir John Sedley, 2nd Baronet, of Aylesford in Kent, and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Henry Savile.
Arthur Quiller-Couch, ed. The Oxford Book of English Verse: – Sir Charles Sedley. – To Chloris. Get this from a library. Sir Charles Sedley, ; a study in the life and literature of the restoration. [Vivian de Sola Pinto]. Sir Charles Sedley A Study In The Life And Literature Of The Restoration [V.
De Sola Pinto] on hotellewin.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marksCited by: Sir William Sedley, 4th Baronet (died ) Sir Charles Sedley, 5th Baronet (–) Sedley baronets, of Great Chart () Sir Isaack Sedley, 1st Baronet (died ) Sir John Sedley, 2nd Baronet (c.
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Sir Charles Sedley, 4th Baronet (March - 20 August ) was an English poet, playwright, and courtier. Sedley, son and heir of a Kentish baronet, was at Oxford and, coming to the Court of Charles II, became one of the most popular and brilliant members of its dissipated circles.
He was the. Dorset, Charles Sackville, Earl of. Commonplace book of verse and prose, Princeton University Library: creatorOf: Sedley, Charles, Sir. Assignment from the Marquis of Halifax to William Sherrard and John Brockett, Jul Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: referencedIn.
Sedley, Charles, (Sir) () Also known as Author of The barouche driver and his wife () Author of The faro table () Barouche driver and his wife, Author of the (). Sole Pinto, M.A. (Constable. 21s.) Mn. PINTO has produced a pleasant book on the life and Works of one of the best known of the Restoration wits, Sir Charles Sedley, whose long life () was summed pp by an earlier biographer as follows:—•.
Introduction. Sir Charles Sedley — reputedly one of the wittiest (as well as one of the most scandalous) of the Restoration courtiers — has left a body of plays, poems and other works, none of which, however, is known to survive in his own hand.
Vivian de Sola Pinto, Sir Charles Sedley A Study in the Life and Literature of the Restoration (London, ). Michael Benjamin Hudnall Jr. Moral Design in the Plays of Sir Charles Sedley (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, ). Robert D. Hume, The Development of English Drama in the Late Seventeenth Century (Oxford, ).
Vivian de Sola Pinto, Sir Charles Sedley – A Study in the Life and Literature of the Restoration (London, ). Michael Benjamin Hudnall Jr, Moral Design in the Plays of Sir Charles Sedley (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, ).
The Works of the Honourable Sir Charles Sedley, Bart in Prose and Verse [electronic resource]: In Two Volumes. Containing the Translations of Virgil's Pastorals, the Battle and Government of Bees, &C. With His Speeches, Political Pieces, Poems, Songs and Plays.
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SIR CHARLES SEDLEY ( —): Dedicated to Mary, Que. In his own time, the court wit Sir Charles Sedley () was praised for his poetic skill rather than for his dramatic talent.
Yet, as this old-spelling critical edition of his two comedies shows, Sedley was also a satirist whose plays are worth reading along with the ones of his more celebrated fellow-artists Etherege, Wycherley, and Shadwell. The poetical and dramatic works of Sir Charles Sedley. Author: Collected and edited from the old editions.
With a pref. on the text, explanatory and textual notes, an appendix containing works of doubtful authenticity, and a bibliography, by V.
de Sola Pinto. Sir Charles Sedley, 4th Baronet (March - 20 August ) was an English poet, playwright, and courtier. Sedley, son and heir of a Kentish baronet, was at Oxford and, coming to the Court of Charles II, became one of the most popular and brilliant members of its dissipated circles.
Quiller-Couch, Arthur, ed. The Oxford Book of English Verse: – Sir Charles Sedley. – To Celia. Mar 24, · SEDLEY, Sir CHARLES (?–), wit and dramatic author, was born about at Aylesford in Kent.
He was the youngest and posthumous son of Sir John Sedley (or Sidley, as the name was properly spelt), baronet, of Southfleet in Kent, whither this ancient family had moved its seat from the neighbourhood of Romney Marsh.Nov 01, · Sir Charles Sedley () was a wealthy, well-connected baronet who wrote witty plays and poetry, played tennis with the King, dabbled in diplomacy, and eventually became a respectable politician in the House of Commons.
He looks innocuous enough, left, but inhe was best known for often being "rhetorically drunk", and also for one particularly bad example of bad-boy .Sir Charles Sedley, A study in the life and literature of the Restoration.
London John Wilmot, earl of Rochester; Charles Sackville, earl of Dorset; Sir Charles Sedley; Sir George Etherege. London: Published for the British Council and the National Book League, by Longmans, Green, The City that Shone: An autobiography.