|Statement||Imprimatur Na. Brent. Decem. 30. 1644.|
|Series||Library of English literature -- LEL 11312.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 111 p.|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||87808529|
EDMUND WALLER was born on the third of March, , at Colshill in Hertfordshire. His father was Robert Waller, Esquire, of Agmondesham in Buckinghamshire, whose family was originally a branch of the Kentish Wallers, and his mother was the daughter of John Hampden, of Hampden in the same county, and sister to Hampden, the zealot of rebellion. A reference in the third canto seems to show that Waller, unlike many professed students of English literature, had arrived as far as the fifth book of The Faerie Queene. For he describes a wounded whale scourging the waves 'like Spenser's Talus with his iron flail'" "Critics of . WALLER, EDMUND (–), poet, the eldest son of Robert Waller and Anne, daughter of Griffith Hampden, was born on 3 March at the Manor-house, Coleshill, since included in Buckinghamshire, but then in Hertfordshire. Edmund Waller — who was commonly regarded as the greatest poet of his age (‘the English Vergil of our times’, Samuel Carrington called him in ; ‘Inter Poetas sui temporis facile Princeps’, Rymer called him in the epitaph on his tomb) — has left relatively few literary manuscripts in his own hand, although a number of his original letters as well as some signed documents and.
Edmund Waller. Lying, Humble, Larks Book, Home, Needs. 5 Copy quote. What has been done in the world - the works of genius - cost nothing. There is no painful effort, but it is the spontaneous flowing of the thought. Shakespeare made his Hamlet as a bird weaves its nest. ), by Edmund Waller and Edmund Waller (HTML at EEBO TCP) Poems to the memory of that incomparable poet Edmond Waller Esquire by several hands. (London: Printed for Joseph Knight, and Francis Saunders , ), by Thomas Rymer, Aphra Behn, and John Cotton (HTML at EEBO TCP) Filed under: Christian poetry, English -- Early works to A speech made by Master Waller Esquire, in the Honourable House of Commons: concerning Episcopacie, whether it should be committed or rejected. Author/creator Waller, Edmund, Poetical Works. Ed. Richard Hooper. 2 vols. EDMUND WALLER Speech against Prelates Innovations. Speech in the Painted Chamber on the Impeachment of Crawley, 6 July Speech, 4 July The Workes of Edmond Waller Esquire, lately a Member of the Honourable House of Commons, in this present Parliament.
Thomas Rymer was born at Appleton Wiske, near Northallerton in the North Riding of Yorkshire in , or possibly at Yafforth. He was the younger son of Ralph Rymer, lord of the manor of Brafferton in Yorkshire, described by Clarendon as possessed of a good estate. The father was executed for his part in the Farnley Wood Plot of Filed under: Episcopacy -- Early works to Episcopacie asserted, as it now stands established in our church and common-wealth with the titles of honours, the dignity of authority, the endowments of revenues: by these following argumnts taken 1 from the Word of God, 2 from the light of nature, 3 from the rights of His Majesty, 4 from the. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. THE WALLERS OF ENDFIELD, KING WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA BY Andrew Lewis Riffe In the Virginia Historical Society library there is a copy of The Works of Edmund Waller Esq.; in Verse and Prose London , once the property of Mrs. L. C. Waller who left it by will to Mrs. Mary C. (Waller) Rowland, wife of Thomas B. Rowland, of.