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Fri Mar 21 17:14:35 2014 UTClccn-n500091620.33Particular friends the correspondence of Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn /0.670.93The French gardiner instructing how to cultivate all sorts of fruit-trees and herbs for the garden : together with directions to dry and conserve them in their natural /61653698John_Evelynn 5000916244683E., I. (Iohn Evelyn), 1620-1706E., J. 1620-1706E., J. (John Evelyn), 1620-1706Evelyn, Iohn 1620-1706Evelyn, Johann 1620-1706Evelyn, Johannes 1620-1706Evelyn, JohnI. E.I. E., 1620-1706I. E. (Iohn Evelyn), 1620-1706J. E.J., E. 1620-1706J. E. (John Evelyn), 1620-1706John EvelynPhileleutheros, 1620-1706Phileutheros 1620-1706 PseudonymPhilocepos, 1620-1706Philocepos 1620-1706 Pseudonymlccn-n85240945Bray, William1736-1832edtlccn-n79018796Pepys, Samuel1633-1703lccn-n2002046668Godolphin, Margaret Blagge1652-1678lccn-n85297018De la Bédoyère, Guyothedtlccn-n80102228Wren, ChristopherSir1632-1723lccn-n86101890Levine, Joseph M.1933-lccn-n50059892Saint-Evremond1613-1703lccn-n79006406Dryden, John1631-1700np-evelyn familyEvelyn familyprolccn-n80063344Keynes, Geoffrey1887-1982Evelyn, John1620-1706HistoryDiariesBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcSourcesRecords and correspondenceHandbooks, manuals, etcCalendarsNaval historyGreat BritainEvelyn, John,Courts and courtiersEnglandDiaristsManners and customsGardeningPepys, Samuel,Diaries--AuthorshipEnglish literature--Early modernEnglish diariesCivilization--Classical influencesAncients and moderns, Quarrel ofBaroque literatureDryden, John,Civilization--French influencesSaint-Evremond,Wren, Christopher,--Sir,Godolphin, Margaret Blagge,Forests and forestryFruit-cultureAuthors, English--Early modernFranceTreesFriendshipWomenSmoke preventionSmoke--Physiological effectStatesmenEnglish prose literature--Early modernViticultureIntellectual lifeCiderFamiliesGardenersGardensPhysiognomyAir--PollutionLibrary scienceEngravingSumptuary lawsClothing and dressNavigationCommerceNational characteristics, EnglishMedalsCabinet officersEngland--LondonFood--PreservationPrinting16201706163016321634163616411643164716481649165016511652165516561657165816591660166116621664166516661667166816691670167116721673167416751676167716781679168016811682168316841685168816891690169116921693169416951696169716981699170017011702170317061707171017171718171917231729173317381739174317451748175017551756175917611765176917701772177317761778177917801785178617871800180118121813181818191824182518271830183318341836183918421845184618471848185018511852185318541857185918621863186418701871187218731875187818791880188118821883188618881889189018911892189518991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191119121914191519161917192019231925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391944194519491950195119521954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419661967196819691970197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719901992199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220133676811183125828.403DA447.E9ocn000859862ocn001811609ocn023617320ocn015728191ocn774600310ocn609720908ocn606151290ocn026872705ocn028493802ocn517249787ocn042425468ocn042425382ocn042429197ocn042425116ocn042425447ocn042425414ocn042425431ocn064023593ocn822820698ocn031505288ocn068425843ocn723886286ocn724566757ocn866003092ocn185735204ocn760352538ocn2579674121463100ocn011999517book16640.88Evelyn, JohnKalendarium hortense, or, The gard'ners almanac directing what he is to do monethly throughout the year : and what fruits and flowers are in primeCalendars110754ocn001615901book16510.53Evelyn, JohnDiaryHistoryDiariesSourcesDiary inscribed on flyleaf: "To Evelyn from Daddy Graduation Day June 13th, '23" Evelyn begins the diary the night of her high school graduation June 13, 1923. She is an upper class girl living in Washington state who appears to be 16 or 17 and attends the "U" in the fall and lives at home. She writes mostly of her social life of parties, clubs, golfing, sororities and pledging, with many entries about the boys and young men she dates or with whom she attends formal and informal dances, and social events with her girl friends. She moves to the sorority house second semester. The diary begins in the middle of the book at June 13 and continues in date order to the end and the beginning pages. Diary ends May 19; all of April is blank98911ocn044956724com19970.33Pepys, SamuelParticular friends the correspondence of Samuel Pepys and John EvelynHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence+-+3541066035965113ocn004634139book18000.59Evelyn, JohnThe diary of John EvelynHistoryBiographyDiariesSourcesSometimes overshadowed by his friend and contemporary Samuel Pepys, Evelyn is the other great English diarist. His great interest is that he was privy to all the great men and events in his very long life and as a valued administrator he was also involved with many serious projects, such as combatting plague+-+864706203632489562ocn065351382book16610.86Evelyn, JohnFumifugium, or, The inconvenience of the aer, and smoake of London dissipated together with some remedies humbly propos[ed]+-+763429906632480348ocn011999562book16640.92Evelyn, JohnSylva, or, A discourse of forest-trees, and the propagation of timber in His Majesties dominions65153ocn001435165book18470.81Evelyn, JohnThe life of Mrs. GodolphinHistoryBiography5317ocn044957577com19950.53Evelyn, JohnThe writings of John Evelyn49761ocn012618364book18500.76Evelyn, JohnDiary and correspondence of John Evelyn, F.R.S. to which is subjoined the private correspondence between King Charles I and Sir Edward Nicholas, and between Sir Edward Hyde, afterwards Earl of Clarendon, and Sir Richard BrowneHistoryDiariesSourcesRecords and correspondence41926ocn011825149book16580.93Bonnefons, Nicolas deThe French gardiner instructing how to cultivate all sorts of fruit-trees and herbs for the garden : together with directions to dry and conserve them in their natural41846ocn065321221book17060.86Evelyn, JohnSilva, or, A discourse of forest-trees and the propagation of timber in His Majesty's dominions as it was deliver'd in the Royal Society the XVth of October, MDCLXII ... Terra, a philosophical essay of earth, being a lecture in course : to which is annexed Pomona, or, An appendix concerning fruit-trees in relation to cyder ... : also Acetaria, or, A discourse of sallets, with Kalendarium hortense, or, The gard'ners almanack, directing what he is to do monthly throughout the year41651ocn083295686file16620.76Evelyn, JohnSculptura or, the history and art of chalcography, and engraving in copper: with an ample enumeration of the most renowned masters and their works. To which is annexed, a new manner of engraving, or mezzotinto, communicated by His Highness Prince Rupert to the author of this treatise, John Evelyn, EsqHistory39626ocn012407568book16970.90Evelyn, JohnNumismata, a discourse of medals, ancient and modern together with some account of heads and effigies of illustrious, and famous persons in sculps, and taille-douce, of whom we have no medals extant, and of the use to be derived from them : to which is added a digression concerning physiognomy36520ocn001929425book16610.79Naudé, GabrielInstructions concerning erecting of a library : presented to My Lord the President de MesmeHandbooks, manuals, etc36021ocn004389889book16610.86Evelyn, JohnTyrannus; or, The mode35629ocn065323401book16740.90Evelyn, JohnNavigation and commerce their original and progress : containing a succinct account of traffick in general, its benefits and improvements, of discoveries, wars and conflicts at sea, from the original of navigation to this day, with special regard, to the English nation, their several voyages and expeditions, to the beginning of our late differences with Holland, in which His Majesties title to the dominion of the sea is asserted, against the novel, and later pretendersHistoryNaval history3458ocn001074655book19550.63Evelyn, JohnDiary. Now first printed in full from the manuscripts belonging to Mr. John Evelyn, and as edited by E.S. de BeerHistoryDiariesSources33214ocn011999493file16520.86Evelyn, JohnThe state of France, as it stood in the IXth yeer of this present monarch, Lewis XIIIIHistory32429ocn012102321book16590.76Evelyn, JohnA character of England as it was lately presented in a letter to a noble man of France31518ocn065353554book17760.92Evelyn, JohnSilva, or, A discourse of forest-trees, and the propagation of timber in His Majesty's dominions as it was delivered in the Royal Society on the 15th day of October, 1662, upon occasion of certain quæries propounded to that illustrious assembly, by the Honourable the Principal Officers and Commissioners of the Navy : together with an historical account of the sacredness and use of standing grovesHistory16724ocn047008490file19990.35Levine, Joseph MBetween the ancients and the moderns Baroque culture in Restoration EnglandHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDiaries"The quarrel between the ancients and the moderns was an old dispute when it was resumed with special ferocity in the later seventeenth century as writers and artists, their friends and patrons, debated how far to risk the freedom to innovate. In this book Joseph M. Levine argues that it was this tension that gave unity to the cultural life of the period and helped define its baroque character. He also asserts that, contrary to public opinion, neither side won - even as modern superiority was being proclaimed in philosophy and the sciences, the precedence of the ancients was being reaffirmed in literature and the arts."--BOOK JACKET+-+1241080305324131637ocn008552986book18180.59Evelyn, JohnThe diary of John EvelynHistoryBiographyDiariesSourcesSometimes overshadowed by his friend and contemporary Samuel Pepys, Evelyn is the other great English diarist. His great interest is that he was privy to all the great men and events in his very long life and as a valued administrator he was also involved with many serious projects, such as combatting plague+-+86470620363248097ocn252638478com20020.53Harris, FrancesTransformations of love the friendship of John Evelyn and Margaret GodolphinHistoryBiography"John Evelyn ranks with friend Samuel Pepys as one of the best loved of English diarists. He was a virtuoso: a man of letters and of science, an intellectual who was also devoutly spiritual." "In 1669, Evelyn began the most controversial episode of his life: a passionate 'seraphic' friendship with Margaret Godolphin, a maid of honour at the court of Charles II, 30 years his junior." "Set against the background of the court and the great gardens of the time, Transformations of Love is the story of a complex and ambiguous relationship. Was Evelyn as much a sexual predator as the rakes he professed to despise? Or was this truly a 'holy friendship'? Drawing on newly-discovered evidence, Frances Harris provides unexpected new insights into the sexual and spiritual worlds of Restoration England."--BOOK JACKET+-+72070744657644ocn014276580book19630.47Willy, MargaretEnglish diarists: Evelyn and PepysCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography6432ocn000623120book19720.56Welcher, Jeanne KJohn EvelynCriticism, interpretation, etcDiaries4868ocn000465687book19340.79Keynes, GeoffreyJohn Evelyn: a study in bibliophily with a bibliography of his writingsBibliography4762ocn000697345book19550.63Hiscock, W. GJohn Evelyn and his family circleBiography4511ocn008176569book19810.59Bowle, JohnJohn Evelyn and his world : a biographyHistoryBiography4242ocn070199859book20060.56Darley, GillianJohn Evelyn : living for ingenuityHistoryBiography"This new biography ... is the first to make full use of Evelyn's huge unpublished archive deposited at the British Library in 1995. This crucial source evokes a broader and richer picture of Evelyn, his life and his friendships, than permitted by his own celebrated diaries."--Dust jacket+-+52776655853453ocn000104043book19700.63Saunders, BeatriceJohn Evelyn and his timesHistoryBiographyJohn Evelyn, the diarist came to manhood when civil war of the saeventeenth century threatened to lay waste the whole country, but during the conflict and throughout the Commonwealth period he maintained a steadfast loyalty to the Throne, and was partly responsible for the restoration of Charles II. He was a scholar, historian, expert forester and gardener, and an authority on architecture, painting and engraving. His dairy of public and private events was written over a period of fifty-six years2476ocn000697156book19330.81Ponsonby, Arthur PonsonbyJohn Evelyn, fellow of the Royal society: author of "Sylva,"HistoryBiography2423ocn002959323book19510.73Hiscock, W. GJohn Evelyn and Mrs. GodolphinBiography2344ocn000460791book19680.70Higham, F. M. GJohn Evelyn Esquire: an Anglican layman of the seventeenth centuryHistoryBiography2328ocn000776896book19350.81Kirk, Clara MarburgMr. Pepys and Mr. EvelynHistoryBiography2266ocn001532700serial0.84Bibliographical Society (Great Britain)Transactions of the Bibliographical SocietyHistoryPeriodicalsBibliography2235ocn033079756book19940.66Evelyn, JohnThe diary of John EvelynHistoryDiaries+-+34810660351894ocn062265838book20060.56Campbell-Culver, MaggieA passion for trees : the legacy of John EvelynHistoryBiography+-+42946485461883ocn053902543book20030.86John Evelyn and his milieuHistoryConference proceedings+-+926398762515313ocn001154361book18540.76Evelyn, JohnDiary and correspondence of John Evelyn, F.R.S. to which is subjoined the private correspondence between King Charles I and Sir Edward Nicholas, and between Sir Edward Hyde, afterwards Earl of Clarendon, and Sir Richard BrowneHistoryDiariesSourcesRecords and correspondence1501ocn002066480book19260.88Evelyn, JohnMemoires for my grand-son+-+3541066035+-+3541066035Fri Mar 21 15:47:26 EDT 2014batch73337