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William Bodham Donne and his friends
|Statement||edited by Catharine B. Johnson.|
|Contributions||Johnson, Catharine B., Donne, W. Bodham|
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Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet. DONNE, WILLIAM BODHAM (–), examiner of plays, was born 29 July His grandfather was an eminent surgeon at Norwich. The poet John Donne [q. v.] was his direct ancestor. The mother of the poet Cowper, whose maiden name was Donne, was great-aunt to both his parents; and his own great-aunt, Mrs.
Anne Bodham, was the poet's cousin. A MAN OF THE WORLD.; WILLIAM BODHAM DONNE AND HIS FRIENDS. Edited by Catharine B. Johnson. With Illustrations. 8vo. xvi New York: E.P. Dutton & Co.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Bodham Donne (Donne, William Bodham, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Donne, William Bodham,ed.: The Correspondence of King George the Third with Lord North from to (2 volumes; London: J.
Murray, ), by King of Great Britain George III, contrib. by Frederick. William Bodham Donne made entries in this commonplace book between and It contains notes on books and historical/antiquarian subjects, some original poetry, classical criticism, and entries on other topics, along with extracts of poetry and prose, among them several memoranda concerning Milton's life and prose works and their political influence.
The Correspondence of King George the Third with Lord North, Vol. 2 of 2: From to ; Edited from the Originals at Windsor, with an Introduction and Notes (Classic Reprint) by William Bodham DonneAuthor: William Bodham Donne.
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Resources by William Bodham Donne (10) A FitzGerald friendship: being hitherto unpublished letters from Edward FitzGerald to William Bodham Donne / Edited with an introd. and notes in collaboration with Catharine Bodham Johnson, by Neilson Campbell Hannay FitzGerald, Edward, [ Book: ].
Works about Donne " Donne, William Bodham," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols. Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide. William Bodham Donne () was born in Norfolk, attended school in Suffolk and entered Cambridge University in Bodham Donne and His Friends, ().
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57–90 R. Wiley, ed Children: Henry Charles Kemble, Gertrude Kemble, Gertrude Santley, Mildred Donne. William Marrion Branham has 36 books on Goodreads with ratings. William Marrion Branham’s most popular book is An Exposition of the Seven Church Ages. William Cowper (pronounced Cooper) was the foremost poet of the generation between Alexander Pope and William Wordsworth.
For several decades, he had probably the largest readership of any English poet. Fromwhen his first major volume appeared, tothe year in which Robert Southey completed the monumental Life and Works of Cowper, more. Home - Random Browse: Just after he was seventy, inthe year of Jasper Petulengro's death, Borrow left London for Oulton.
He was no longer the walker and winter bather of a year or two before, but was frequently at lodgings in Norwich, and seen and noted as he walked in the streets or sat in the "Norfolk.".FitzGerald, Edward, A FitzGerald friendship, being hitherto unpublished letters from Edward FitzGerald to William Bodham Donne, (New York, W.
E. Rudge, ), also by Catharine Bodham Johnson and Neilson Campbell Hannay (page images at HathiTrust).William Bodham Donne made entries in this commonplace book between and It contains notes on books and historical/antiquarian subjects, some original poetry, classical criticism, and entries on other topics, along with extracts of poetry and prose, among them several memoranda concerning Milton's life and prose works and their.