4 edition of Charles Sackville, sixth Earl of Dorset, patron and poet of the restoration. found in the catalog.
Charles Sackville, sixth Earl of Dorset, patron and poet of the restoration.
|Series||Illinois studies in language and literature ;, vol. 26, no. 3-4.|
|LC Classifications||PR3409.D75 Z6 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||70180774|
Robert Sackville, 2nd Earl of Dorset, son of Sir Thomas Sackville, 1st Earl of Dorset and Cicely Sackville [Baker], 1st Countess of Dorset. Sackville College was founded by Robert, second Earl of Dorset, a man of great ability and who spoke, which was rare in . Life. He was the eldest son of Thomas Sackville, 1st Earl of Dorset, by Cecily, daughter of Sir John grandfather, Sir Richard Sackville, invited Roger Ascham to educate Robert with his own son, an incident in that Ascham introduced into his pedagogic work The Scholemaster () as prompting the book. His tutor Claudius Hollyband dedicated to him the French language manuals The.
"Dorset, Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of," 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 . Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst and first Earl of Dorset, was the son of Sir Richard Sackville, and was born at Withyam, in was educated at both universities, and enjoyed an early reputation in Latin as well as in English poetry.
Thomas Sackville, 1st Earl of Dorset, 1st Baron Buckhurst, PC (c. – April 19 ) was an English statesman, courtier, poet and politics he is most notable as the Lord High Treasurer of England; in literature as the co-author of the first blank verse play in the English language, Gorboduc. Engraved By W T Fry (illustrator). Steel engraving. Mounted (matted) and ready to frame. From the original in the collection of His Grace the Duke of Dorset. Sir Thomas Sackville, 1st Earl of Dorset ( - Ap ) was an English statesman and poet, son of Richard Sackville, a cousin to Anna Boleyn Size: 4 x 5 Inches 12 x 15 Cms.
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[Brice Harris]. Charles Sackville, 6th earl of Dorset, (born —died ), typical courtier of the reign of British king Charles II, a munificent patron to many men of letters, and a friend of John Dryden.
Dorset was himself a poet whose satires in heroic couplets anticipated and influenced the style of Alexander Pope. Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset (), Poet and courtier. Later Stuart Portraits Catalogue Entry.
Sitter in 15 portraits Charles Sackville entered parliament as a young man, but was more interested in books and conversation than politics. Matthew Prior was the most important poet writing in England between the death of John Dryden () and the poetic maturity of Alexander Pope (about ).
A significant influence on British and German poetry throughout the eighteenth century, Prior had an effect on several different Charles Sackville long philosophical poems either serious or half-mocking, Horatian imitations, psychologically realistic. Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset and 1st Earl of Middlesex (24 January - 29 January ) was an English poet and courtier.
Sackville was one of the dissolute and witty courtiers of Charles II, and a friend of Sir C. Sedley, in whose orgies he participated. He was, however, a patron of literature, and a benefactor of Dryden in his later and less prosperous years.
He wrote a few. Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset and 1st Earl of Middlesex was an English poet and courtier. Early life He was son of Richard Sackville, 5th Earl of Dorset (–). Resources by Charles Sackville Dorset (29) The poems of Charles Sackville, sixth Earl of Dorset / edited by Brice Harris Dorset, Charles Sackville, Earl of.
[ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 3 libraries. Thomas Sackville, 1st Earl of Dorset ( – 19 April ) was an English statesman, poet, and dramatist. He was the son of Richard Sackville, a cousin to Anne was a Member of Parliament and Lord High en: 7, including Robert and William.
Poems by Earl of Dorset Charles Sackville. Charles Sackville was born Janu Having been educated under a private tutor he travelled into Italy, and returned a little before the Restoration.
He was chosen into the first parliament t. Background. He was born at Dorset House, the second of three children of Edward Sackville, 4th Earl of Dorset and Mary Curzon, daughter and heiress of Sir George Curzon of Croxall Hall, elder sister Mary died in ; his younger brother Edward participated in the English Civil War, and was captured and killed by Parliamentary forces in Thomas Sackville, 1st earl of Dorset, also called (–) Baron Buckhurst of Buckhurst, (bornBuckhurst, Sussex, England—died ApLondon), English statesman, poet, and dramatist, remembered largely for his share in two achievements of significance in the development of Elizabethan poetry and drama: the collection A Myrrour for Magistrates () and the tragedy.
Early life. Sackville was born 24 Januaryson of Richard Sackville, 5th Earl of Dorset (–). His mother was the former Lady Frances Cranfield, sister and heiress of the 3rd Earl of Middlesex, to whose estates he succeeded inbeing created Baron Cranfield, of Cranfield in the County of Middlesex, and Earl of Middlesex in He succeeded to his father's estates and title.
Three further hands (F, G, H) are responsible for poems by the Earl of Dorset, William Congreve and Colonel Codrington added later, probably in the s, on pp. The first of these (by F) is signed on p.
Port’ (viz. a member of the Porte family of Ilam into which William Fitzherbert's daughter, Mary, married in /4). Biography Earl of Dorset Charles Sackville. Earl of Dorset Charles Sackville.
Time Period - ; Place; CountryEngland. Methinks the poor town has been troubled too long With Phyllis and Chloris in every song, By fools who at once can both love and despair, And will never leave calling them cruel and fair; Which justly provokes me in rhyme to express The truth that I know of bonny Black Bess.
This Bess of my heart, this Bess of my soul, Has a skin white as milk and hair black as coal; She 's. SACKVILLE, Sir EDWARD, fourth Earl of Dorset (–), born inwas the younger surviving son of Robert Sackville, second earl [q. v.] His elder brother, Richard, born 28 Marchsucceeded as third earl on 28 Sept.
and died on 28 March The name of Charles Sackville () may not ring many cultural bells today, but he was a talented poet, examples of whose works can be found in 20th century anthologies such as The Oxford Book of English Verse.
He was probably born in Essex (one of thirteen children), into a middling aristocratic background, his mother being the daughter. Charles Sackville, sixth Earl of Dorset, Patron and Poet of the Restoration. By BRICE HARRIS. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Paper bound, $; cloth bound, $ Possibly Sackville's reputation with the public would be higher if it were concentrated upon one name instead of. Charles Sackville, Earl of Dorset (–) [Immediately after the Restoration he was elected to represent East Grinstead in parliament, and distinguished himself in the House of Commons.
He went as a volunteer to the First Dutch War inand after this devoted himself to a learned leisure. Funeral Hatchment for Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset and Lady Mary Compton On the south wall of St Swithun’s church, to the right of the door, is the first of 4 funeral hatchments.
These would have been displayed at the funerals of the well born, and then displayed at their houses, as part of the mourning process.Charles Sackville, Earl of Dorset ().
At Noon in a Sultry Summer's Day. T.R. Smith, ed. Poetica Erotica: A Collection of Rare and Curious Amatory Verse. Background. He was born at Dorset House, the second of three children of Edward Sackville, 4th Earl of Dorset and Mary Curzon, daughter and heiress of Sir George Curzon of Croxall Hall, elder sister Mary died in ; his younger brother Edward participated in the English Civil War, and was captured and killed by Parliamentary forces in