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Memoirs of Richard Cumberland.
|Statement||Written by himself. Containing an account of his life and writings, interspersed with anecdotes and characters of several of the most distinguished persons of his time.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 533 p.|
|Number of Pages||533|
His Memoirs of Richard Cumberland, Written by Himself (), perhaps the most lasting of his nondramatic productions, preserved for posterity the record of his long and productive career. Cumberland's father, who became an Irish bishop, is depicted by his son as a most pleasing character ; and no doubt of his having been so would ever have entered a head always disposed to think well of fathers, had not my copy of the Memoirs been annotated through-out in the nervous, scholarly hand of a long-previous owner who, for some reason.
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A British soldier, from a military family. He served in the Crimean War and in the Indian Mutiny, eventually rising to General. He was Governor of Gibraltar from , and wrote several books of memoirs based on his military experiences. Cumberland's reputation, however, rests on his De Legibus Naturae, Disquisitio Philosophica (; A Philosophical Enquiry into the Laws of Nature, ). Although it is basically an attack on the views of Thomas Hobbes (Hobbes, Thomas), the book begins by a consideration of those of Hugo Grotius (Grotius, Hugo), Dutch jurist and s had based the authenticity of the laws of.
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Memoirs of Dr Richard Gilpin, of Scaleby Castle in Cumberland. Posted on Octo ye following memoirs.’ The book is enhanced by an enormous family tree (available online under ‘Resources’ here), which goes on the purchase of Scaleby-castle in Cumberland’, former seat of the Musgrave family, which Cromwell’s troops had.
Material has been drawn directly from the Memoirs of Richard Cumberland, written by himself, published inand from Mudford’s Life of Richard Cumberland, which appeared inone year after the death of the dramatist.
Unannotated quotations relative. CUMBERLAND, RICHARD FRANCIS G. (–), captain, grandson of Richard Cumberland (–) [q. v.], was son of Richard Cumberland, once an officer in the 3rd foot guards, who died in the island of Tobago when awaiting a civil appointment there, and his wife, Lady Albinia Hobart, daughter of the third earl of Buckinghamshire, who died in He was born i.
[Memoirs of Richard Cumberland, written by himself, 2 vols. (a very loose book, dateless, inaccurate, but with interesting accounts of Bentley, Dodington, Lord G. Germaine, and other men of note); Critical Examination of the writings of R.
Cumberland, by William Mudford, 2 vols. (an impudent piece of bookmaking, founded upon the last to such an extent that an injunction was. Memoirs by June Shawanda Richard.
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Cumberland is said to have joined Sir James Bland Burges in the Exodiad (), and in a novel, John de. Item Details. An antique hardcover edition of the Supplement to the Memoirs of Richard Cumberland_, "written by himself, and published by Lackington, Allen & Co.
of d Cumberland () was an English dramatist, civil servant, and a secret negotiator sent to secure peace with Spain during the American Revolutionary War. Cumberland was the great-grandson of the eminent philosopher and Bishop of Peterborough by the same name.
These memoirs were produced with the support of Cumberland's friend, Richard Sharp. Sharp, alongside Samuel Rogers and Sir James Burges gave considerably support for this endeavour.
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Richard Gilpin, of Scaleby Castle in Cumberland | A physician and nonconformist minister who was active in the north of England, Richard Gilpin () was a popular preacher, leading large congregations, yet he faced opposition from Quakers and was ultimately unable to unite various dissenting factions.The Paperback of the Memoirs of Dr Richard Gilpin, of Scaleby Castle in Cumberland: And of his Posterity in the Two Succeeding Generations by William Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
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