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Critical, historical, and miscellaneous essays and poems.

Author: Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay, Baron
Publisher: Chicago, New York, Belford, Clarke & Co., 1886.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay, Baron
OCLC Number: 361025
Description: 3 volumes
Contents: V. 2. Horace Walpole. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. Sir James Mackintosh. Lord Bacon. Sir William Temple. Gladstone on church and state. Lord Clive. Von Ranke. Leigh Hunt. Lord Holland. Warren Hastings. Frederic the Great. Madame D'Arblay. The present administration. Speech --
v. 3. The life and writings of Addison. Barere. The Earl of Chatham. Francis Atterbury. John Bunyan. Oliver Goldsmith. Samuel Johnson. William Pitt. James I. Charles I. Archbishop Laud. Charles II. The Earl of Clarendon. Louis XIV. The cabal. Thomas Osborn, Earl of Danby. Sir William Temple. George Savile, Viscount Halifax. Robert Spencer, Earl of Sunderland. The Duke of Monmouth. Lawrence Hyde, Earl of Rochester. Sidney Godolphin. Francis North, Lord Guildford. Judge Jeffreys. The last days of Jeffreys. Richard Baxter. William Penn. John Locke. Archibald, Earl of Argyle. Richard Talbot, Earl of Tyrconnel. Catharine Sedley. William III, Mary II, and Bishop Burnet. John Dryden. The Duchess of Marlborough. Aubrey de Vere, Earl of Oxford. Charles Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury. Charles Sackville, Earl of Dorset. William Williams, Solicitor General. Henry Sidney, brother of Algernon. Schomberg. John Lord Lovelace. Antonine, Count of Lauzun. The first ministry of William III. Unpopularity of William III. Popularity of Mary II. Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury. The Count of Avaux. Cruelty of Rosen at the Siege of Londonderry. Sir James Dalrymple. Lord Melville. Carstairs. The Marquess of Ruvigny. The Duke of Schomberg. Admiral Torrington. Avarice of Marlborough. Ken, Bishop of Bath and Wells. Charles Leslie. Dr. William Sherlock. George Hickes. Jeremy Collier. Henry Dodwell. Kettlewell and Fitzwilliam. Tillotson, Archbishop of Canterbury. Aldrich and Jane. Edmund Ludlow. Sir Robert Sawyer. Caermarthen. Sir John Lowther. Sir John Trevor. The Princess of Denmark (Queen Anne) and her favorites. George Fox. William Fuller. John, Earl of Breadalbane. Robert Young. Grandval. John Bart. James Whitney. Anne Bracegirdle and Lord Mohun. Charles Blount. Dean Swift. The Lord Keeper Somers. Charles, Earl of Middleton. William III. at the Battle of Landen. William Anderton. Charles Montague. Thomas Wharton. Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford and Mortimer. Paul Foley. Elizabeth Villers. Death of Mary II. Policy of Marlborough after the death of Mary. Robert Charnock and his accomplices. Marshall, the Duke of Villeroy. The West Indies. The London University. Social and industrial capacities of negroes. The present administration. Miscellaneous poems: Epitaph on Henry Martyn. Lines to the memory of Pitt. A radical war-song. The Battle of Moncontour. The Battle of Naseby. Sermon in a churchyard. Translation from A.V. Arnault. Dies Iræ. The marriage of Tirzah and Ahirad. The country clergyman's trip to Cambridge. Song. Political Georgics. The deliverance of Vienna. The last buccaneer. Epitaph on a Jacobite. Lines written in August. Translation from Plautius. Paraphrase. Inscription on the statue of Lord William Bentinck. Epitaph on sir Benjamin Heath Malkin. Epitaph on Lord Metcalfe. Pompeii. The Armada. The cavalier's march to London. Lays of Ancient Rome: Preface. Horatius. The Battle of the Lake Regillus. Virginia. The prophecy of Capys.

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