3 edition of Memoirs of the life of William Wycherley, Esq. : with a character of his writings found in the catalog.
Memoirs of the life of William Wycherley, Esq. : with a character of his writings
|Statement||by the Right Honourable George, Lord Lansdowne ; to which are added, some familiar letters, written by Mr. Wycherley, and a true copy of his last will and testament.|
|Contributions||Wycherley, William, 1640-1716., Lansdowne, George Granville, Baron, 1667-1735|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 42 p.|
|Number of Pages||42|
Torrey Selections, ed. First issued in by W. His experience as an apprentice on a remote William Safire William Safire, American journalist who was known for his fiercely opinionated conservative columns — for The New York Times as well as his witty and meticulous columns — in The New York Times Magazine that traced the origins and meanings of popular phrases. Curiously enough, Jeremy Collier, in his attack on the immorality of the English stage —9made very little reference to Wycherley, though he dwelt much on the improprieties of Congreve and Vanbrugh; probably this was because these younger writers were then more before the public.
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Turner. William was the second son of Sir George Tipping (d), supported the Parliamentarians and was known as “Eternity Tipping” because of his theological writings.
His nephew, Thomas inherited the Whitfield estate when his grandfather died in Memoirs of the life of William Wycherley, Esq: With a character of his writings. By the Right Honourable George, Lord Lansdowne.
To which are added, some familiar letters, written by Mr. Wycherley, and a true copy of his last will and testament.