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Homes of old English writers

Author: S W Christophers
Publisher: London : Haughton & Co., [18--?]
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: Hugh Latimer; John Donne; George Hakewill; John Hackett; Thomas Fuller; John Horn; John Howe; John Flavel
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S W Christophers
OCLC Number: 223132455
Notes: Includes index.
Description: vii, 284 p.
Contents: Preface --
I. Introductory chapter --
II. Hugh Latimer's birth-place and village home --
III. Hugh Latimer's country palace and cathedral city --
IV. Dr. Donne's refuge in the time of need --
V. Dr. Donne's "Hospital" and "Prison" --
VI. Dr. Donne's family apartment in London --
VII. Dr. Donne's first and last stall --
VIII. George Hakewill's family seat --
IX. George Hakewill's pastoral home --
X. Dr. Hackett's city living and country refuge --
XI. Dr. Hackett's village church and episopal dwelling --
XII. Thomas Fuller's birth-place --
XIII. Scenes of Thomas Fuller's boyhood and youth --
XIV. Thomas Fuller's first parish --
XV. Dr. Fuller on the floods --
XVI. Fuller in beseiged quarters --
XVII. Fuller at Waltham Abbey --
XVIII. Fuller's last retreat --
XIX. John Horn's first home in the fens --
XX. John Horn's village rectory and town parish --
XXI. John Howe's western charge, Midland home, and ordination church --
XXII. John Howe's place at court, his Irish retreat, and island prison --
XXIII. John Flavel's native town --
XXIV. John Flavel's Avon-side pastorate --
XXV. John Flavel's sea-side vineyard.
Responsibility: by S.W. Christophers.

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