8 edition of Life, letters, and literary remains of J. H. Shorthouse found in the catalog.
Half title. Each volume has special t.-p.
|Statement||edited by his wife.|
|Contributions||Shorthouse, Sarah Scott, ed.|
|LC Classifications||PR5451 .A1 1905|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||05017972|
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SHORTHOUSE, JOSEPH HENRY (–), author of 'John Inglesant,' eldest son of Joseph Shorthouse (d. Oct. ) and his wiie Mary Ann, daughter of John Hawker, was born on 9 Sept. in Great Charles Street, Birmingham, where his father inherited some chemical works from his great-grandfather. John Inglesant is a celebrated historical novel by Joseph Henry Shorthouse, published in , and set mainly in the middle years of the 17th century. The eponymous hero is an Anglican, despite being educated partly by Jesuits, and remains so, largely on the advice of his.
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Shorthouse by Shorthouse, J. (Joseph Henry), ; Shorthouse, Sarah Scott. John Keats—The Man Behind The Lyrics: Life, letters, and literary remains John Keats is one of the most beloved English poets, a Romanticist whose words reached far beyond the poetry community. This book collects Keats’ writings and letters, works that are considered by many—including Jorge Luis Borges—to be some of the most important.
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Joseph Henry. Joseph Henry Shorthouse, (born Sept. 9,Birmingham, Warwickshire, Eng.—died March 4,Edgbaston, near Birmingham), English novelist whose John Inglesant constitutes one of the best examples of the philosophical romance in English in England and Italy during the 17th century, the work is concerned with conflicts between church and state, the Church of England and the.
An attack of epilepsy inwhile Shorthouse was still in his twenties, forced him to turn to literary study and writing, which afforded him the quiet, restful existence he needed. The lively superficies of life is nothing to them in a mere " 5.
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A calendar that showed the wrong month. I could have cried over it. I did. Where the smoke from a chimney ended. How an overturned bottle rested at the edge of a table. I spent my life learning to. Shorthouse, J. H. (Joseph Henry), The message and position of the Church of England: being an enquiry into the claims of the mediaeval church with an appendix on the validity of Roman Orders / (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, ), also by .texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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I N the yearMrs. Margaret Moffette Lea Houston (widow of Gen. Sam Houston), with whom I had become acquainted at Marion, Ala., in August,when she was Miss Lea, requested me to undertake to write the life and edit and publish the literary remains of her husband.
I did not then feel competent to the task, especially as I had only seen the General twice in my life, once at the.