2 edition of Life and errors of John Dunton, late citizen of London [and bookseller]. found in the catalog.
Life and errors of John Dunton, late citizen of London [and bookseller].
1705 in London .
Written in English
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J John Dunton. The life and errors of John Dunton: late citizen of London ; written by himself in solitude.
With an idea of a new life ; wherein is shewn how he’d think, speak, and act, might he live over his days again: Intermix’d with the New Discoveries The Author has made In his Travels Abroad, And in his Private Conversation at Home.
The Life and Errors of John Dunton, Citizen of London: With the Lives and Characters of More Than a Thousand Contemporary Divines, and Other Persons of Literary Eminence. To which are Added, Dunton's Conversation in Ireland; Selections from His Other Genuine Works; and a Faithful Portrait of the Author.
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With an idea of a new life; wherein is shewn how he'd think, speak, and act, might he live over his days again London: printed for S. Malthus, vol.
1 reprint vol.2 reprint. The English bookseller and author John Dunton visited Trinity College in In his book The life and errors of John Dunton late citizen of London () he describes how the original Library was housed above the Scholars’ chambers which ran the length of one side of the small Elizabethan square known as the ‘Quadrangle’.
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Dear Sir. I am now drawing fast toward the close of my long Brazilian labours. Two chapters more will compleat it, & I shall not take my hand from the work till it is done. Book Editor(s): Zachary Lesser. Search for more papers by this author.
Daniel Allington. Search for more papers by this author. David A. Brewer. Search for more papers by this author. Stephen Colclough. Search for more papers by this author. Siân Echard. Abstract. This chapter examines how platonic love was staged in the pages of the Athenian Mercury and in John Dunton’s later Athenian texts.
Focussing on Dunton’s professional interactions with Elizabeth Singer (later Rowe)—a leading contributor to the Athenian Mercury and an important figure in Dunton’s later publication—this chapter illuminates platonic love’s Author: Nicola Parsons.
The Athenian Mercury, or The Athenian Gazette, or The Question Project, or The Casuistical Mercury, was a periodical written by The Athenian Society and published in London twice weekly between 17 March (i.e.
Gregorian calendar) and 14 June John Dunton was the editor in chief. A spin-off of The Athenian Mercury, The Ladies' Mercury was also published by.
Publishers’ Booklists in Late Seventeenth-Century London Peter Lindenbaum. Publishers’ Booklists in Late Seventeenth-Century London, The Library, Vol Issue 4, 16 The Life and Errors of John Dunton, Citizen of London (London: S.
Malthus, ), p. Dunton notes further that Parkhurst is ‘a great admirer, and constant Cited by: 3. p. xix). Dunton's difficulties increased; his flightiness became actual derangement (ib.
); and his later writings are full of unintelligible references to hopeless entanglements. He published his curious ‘Life and Errors of John Dunton, late citizen of.
References. Berry, Helen M., Gender, society, and print culture in late Stuart England / The Cultural World of the Athenian Mercury, Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.,ISBN Dunton, John & National Art Library (Great Britain) et al., The life and errors of John Dunton, citizen of London, J.
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With an idea of a new life ; wherein is shewn how. Edmund Curll, Bookseller Paul Baines, Pat Rogers. Edmund Curll was a notorious figure among the publishers of the early eighteenth century: for his boldness, his lack of scruple, his publication of work without author's consent, and his taste for erotic and scandalous publications.
this book, the first full biography of Curll since Ralph. The life and errors of John Dunton, citizen of London: with the lives and characters of more than a thousand contemporary divines and other persons of literary eminence, to which are added Dunton's conversation in Ireland, selections from his other genuine works and a faithful portrait of the author by John Dunton (Book).
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15 J. Dunton, The Life and Errors of John Dunton, Late Citizen of London written by himself in Solitude ( edn.), p For Dunton, a lively but challenging source, see SOB,and below, pp–3. See also H.R. Plomer, A Dictionary of the Printers and Booksellers who were at Work in England, Scotland and Ireland.
Richard Royston (, Oxford – November ) was an English bookseller and publisher, bookseller to Charles I, Charles II and James II. Royston, the son of an Oxford tailor Richard Royston and Alice Tideman, was admitted a freeman of the Stationers' Company in In the s he published work by John Donne and Thomas Heywood.
John Dunton was an English bookseller and author. In he founded The Athenian Society to publish The Athenian Mercury, the first major popular periodical and first miscellaneous periodical infor four weeks, The Athenian Society published also The Ladies' Mercury, the first periodical published that was specifically designed just for women.
John Lawson's A new voyage to Carolina, an important source document for American colonial natural history, was first printed in in A new collection of voyages and travels, a two-volume set that also contained travel books translated by John Stevens. Lawson's publishers were leaders in the book trade of early eighteenth century London, and the New voyage is typical of Cited by: 1.
subject is John Dunton, the bookseller and publisher of the s and 90s, and journalist, anthologist, and occasional writer through the s, and my thesis is that he deserves, for some rather complex reasons, an extensive chapter in any history of narrative.
I want to suggest that traditional literary history makes. ^ Dunton, John, The Life and Errors of John Dunton, Citizen of London,i. ^ Timperley, Charles Henry. This article incorporates text from the entry Royston, Richard in the Dictionary of National Biography (–), a publication now in the public domain.
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The life and errors of John Dunton. New edn. (enlarged). 2 vols. ——The Dublin Scuffle: being a challenge sent by John Dunton, citizen of London, to Patrick Campbell, bookseller in Dublin. Together with the small skirmishes of bills and advertisements.
The latest book by Arnaldo Ganda is a highly detailed reconstruction of the life and career of Filippo Cavagni da Lavagna, a bookseller, merchant, goldsmith, convicted murderer, and. Books printed for and sold by J. Nourse, at the King’s Arms, opposite Catherine-Street, in the Strand, London, bookseller to his Majesty ([London, –]).
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Defoe became a merchant but went bankrupt in and left the world of business in Defoe was an acclaimed and prolific pamphleteer and journalist who wrote scabrous attacks on supporters of King William III and Queen Anne. In his autobiography, The Life and Errors of John Dunton Citizen of London (published only four years before the Act of Anne), he criticizes the dishonesty of writers, representing them as parasites feeding off of the work of others, and contrasting them with upright, virtuous booksellers.
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Andrews John, London bookseller, 96,Roux de. His nephew, Jacob Tonson the younger () was his business partner. The business was continued by the younger Tonson's son Jacob Tonson (–).
Youth and education Edit. Tonson was the 2nd son of Jacob Tonson, chirurgeon and citizen of London, who died in Born: 12 November The late Frederick Stroud, the Recorder of Tewkesbury, who was at that time a solicitor, got me off.
I never saw him in after life, which I much regretted, because he was, like myself, a great student of everything connected with Adam Lindsay Gordon, the Australian poet.
He died while I was writing our life of Gordon. The gems of the collection were a magnificent volume of the Golden Gospels in Latin of the eighth century, formerly a gift to Henry VIII., which sold for £1,—a London bookseller once offered £5, for this book—and a magnificent MS. of Boccaccio, 'Les Illustres Malheureux,' on vellum, leaves, decorated with eighty-four exquisite.
The book that concerns us most here is the “Life and Errors of John Dunton, written by himself in Solitude,” in which is included the “Lives and Characters of a.
Dunton (Life and Errors, i. ) describes Tonson. as 'a very good judge of persons and authors; and as there is nobody more competentlyqualified to give their opinion of another, so there is none who does it with a more severe exactness or with less partiality; for, to do Mr. Tonson justice, he speaks his mind upon all occasions, and will.The life and a selection from the letters of the late Rev.
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