The latter is a witty rejection of the plea for kindness, which harnesses the language of sex and power quite directly at one point: The earliest remains at Kidwelly, dating from the beginning of the twelfth century, are the semi-circular moat surrounding the castle together with the rampart under the outer curtain, the true meaning of which was revealed by the investigations of That he was celebrated by contemporaries for his impromptu ripostes in verse will not seem, to readers who have tasted the fruits of his intellect, exaggerated praise, however remotely glittering and improbably theatrical his world must now appear.
June 15,Oxwich Gower Glamorgan. Windhams brother were both killed with one shott just by mee, but God Almyghty was pleased to preserve mee from any kind of hurt. The passage suggests that Rochester found in sex, in love, and in all projects inevitable disappointment; yet an intense mutual sympathy of mind is powerfully delineated in this document.
In the later nineteenth century the project to recover, revise, and republish seventeenth-century poetry generally bypassed Rochester, although Sir Edmund Gosse in provided a selection in The English Poets, edited by T.
What the conjunction of his parents disposed him to was, perhaps, the more decisive. Even so clever a man as the dramatist William Congreve was left struggling when attempting to deny in print the freedoms he had allowed his wit.
Marriages --Baltimore County Md. Violent political conflict may have ceased, but the division between royalists and republicans still ran through literature of the period.
March 29, ; d. After meeting some 42 DGS members, most who are distant cousins, we then traveled to Carmarthen, Pembrey and Kidwelly, places our Dalton's lived. Abstracts of the Ridgely papers: Since that date extensive works of preservation have been undertaken. They are commonly smooth and easy; but have little nature, and little sentiment.
Index to Marriages and Deaths from the Maryland Journal. Also Rodney Dalton joined the Carmarthenshire Family Historical Society in and this Society searched for our Dalton family in hundreds of records from the years of to after The best-known dramatic work attributed to Rochester, Sodom, or the Quintessence of Debaucheryhas never been successfully proven to be written by him.
Among these was Elizabeth Barry, one of the first actresses of the English stage. Perhaps Bunyan, the uneducated son of a tinker, would have found such condescension appropriate.
April 08,Pembrey, Carmarthenshire, Wales; d.
Windham died outright, the other an hour later, his belly ripped out by the missile. The great achievements of his later career were in the field of translation, especially from Latin.
May 18,Of St. July 24,Carmarthen Town, Carmarthenshire. In Henry Wilmot had accompanied the ill-fated expedition of Charles II to Scotland, which culminated in total defeat at the hands of Oliver Cromwell at Worcester the following year.
Yet his theories were popularized by a small regiment of Newtonians, and by the early 18th century he had become a hero of his culture.
Much caustic and libelous political satire was written during the reigns of Charles II and James II and because printing was subject to repressive legal constrictions circulated anonymously and widely in manuscript.
Pembrey village amounted to about twenty houses. The court wits Among the subjects for gossip in London, the group known as the court wits held a special place. Diarists Two great diarists are among the most significant witnesses to the development of the Restoration world.
He lost his handsome looks — his nose was eaten away by syphilis and he became blind and incontinent. Bowdlerization was common until almost the last quarter of the twentieth century, thus showing that, from at least one point of view, morality and poetry remained firmly intertwined.
L77 A21 Lutherville Md. Some autobiographers adjusted their testimony themselves in the light of later developments. It was the favourite work of both the self-improving artisan and the affluent tradesman.
Since most of the other volunteers aboard the ship had been killed, Rochester performed the task in an open boat under heavy fire.
Instances of his notable courage are frequently invoked as contrasts to allegations of cowardice in his subsequent conduct at court, especially in connection with duels and the acts of drunken violence in which he and his friends indulged.
Butler might not have her—my Lord of Rochester would have forced her; and Sir [Francis] Popham who nevertheless is likely to have her would kiss her breech to have her.
Powell - dated 10th, March wherein a fine of 20p is commuted to 7. After the Glorious Revolution a series of major comedies hinged on marital dissension and questions not unrelated to contemporary political traumas of contract, breach of promise, and the nature of authority.
Although much admired by royalist opinion, it shows no wish to celebrate the authority or person restored inand its brazenly undignified use of rhyming tetrameters mirrors, mocks, and lacerates rooted human follies far beyond the power of one political reversal to obliterate.
The Royal Society, in which Wadham men were prominent, was founded in Though not without his own moral inhibitions and religious gravity, Pepys immersed himself more totally than Evelyn in the new world of the s, and it is he who gives the more resonant and idiosyncratic images of the changing London of the time.
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After public stage performances had been banned for 18 years by the Puritan regime, the re-opening of the theatres in signalled a renaissance of English drama. Sexually explicit language was encouraged by King. Historical Outline for Restoration & 18th-Century British Literature and John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester"; ("contains detailed information about the individual items of English verse contained in the 17th and 18th-century manuscripts belonging to Leeds University Library") (Oliver Pickering).
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