2 edition of Poems from Sir Kenelm Digby"s papers found in the catalog.
Poems from Sir Kenelm Digby"s papers
Henry Arthur Bright
|Contributions||Digby, Kenelm, Sir, 1603-1665., Roxburghe Club.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., vi p., 1 l., 51, (1) p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||12016234|
'Sir Kenelm Digby was born in He was the son of Sir Everard Digby.3 He married Venetia Stanley, daughter of Sir Edward Stanley and Lady Lucy Percy, in He died on 11 June ' He lived at Goathurst, Buckinghamshire, England.1 'Child of Sir Kenelm Digby and Venetia Stanley. Digby+3; CitationsParents: Everard Digby, Mary Digby, Sir Everard Digby. Most widely held works about Venetia Stanley Digby Sir Kenelm Digby and his Venetia by E. W Bligh (Book) Poems from Sir Kenelm Digby's papers, in the possesion of Henry A. Bright.
The Private Memoirs of Sir Kenelm Digby, Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to King Charles the First, are a narrative of Digby’s wooing, and finally wedding, a celebrated beauty, the names of persons and places being veiled under more or less fictitious disguises. This, together with the long sentimental dialogues, gives an appearance of. 1 Hawthorne mentioned Digby in The Scarlet Letter: Chillingworth "was heard to speak of Sir Kenelm Digby, and other famous men,-whose scientific attainments were esteemed hardly less than supernatural,-as having been his correspondents or associates" (The Complete Writings of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Old Manse Edition, Boston, I, VI, ).
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The result appears to be that among these papers there are eleven, including five poems by Sir Kenelm Digby himself, which have never yet been published.
These papers throw no new light on the personal history of Sir Kenelm and the beautiful Venetia Stanley. Get this from a library.
Poems from Sir Kenelm Digby's papers, in the possesion of Henry A. Bright. Roxburghe Club. [Henry Arthur Bright; Kenelm Digby; Roxburghe Club.]. ‘Poems from Sir Kenelm Digby's Papers in the possession of Henry A. Bright,’ with notes by Mr. Warner (Roxb. Club, ). This volume includes a translation by Digby of ‘Pastor Fido,’ act ii.
5, one or two brief poems on his wife, and reprints of many transcripts in his own beautiful handwriting of the poems by his friends Ben Jonson and others on his wife's death.
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Digby was a natural writer, as entertaining as instructive. Many of the recipes are for drinks, particularly of meads or metheglins, but the culinary material provides a remarkable conspectus of accepted practice among court circles in Restoration England, with extra details supplied from Digby's European travels.
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A curiously versatile amateur in science was Sir Kenelm Digby, of whom mention has already been made elsewhere. 12 Like most prominent men of his time, he intervened in theological logical questions, besides playing an active part in public affairs.
He was an original member of the Royal Society, but, although he is reported to have been the first to record the importance of the “vital air. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, The closet of Sir Kenelm Digby, knight, opened: by Digby, Kenelm, ; Macdonell, Anne ed.
Publication date Topics Digby, Kenelm,Cooking, Liquors, Wine and Pages: What was beginning to be a very rackety reputation was redeemed when she married Sir Kenelm Digby, the scholar, philosopher, courtier, alchemist, privateer and all-round English renaissance.
His Choice and Experimented Receipts in Physick and Chirurgery had already appeared inwhich suggested to some other hanger-on of the Digby household that John Digby's consent might be obtained for printing Sir Kenelm's culinary as well as his medical note-books.
Hartman followed up this new track with persistence and profit to himself. The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
This book was converted from its physic /5. The Eventful Life of Sir Kenelm Digby Sir Kenelm Digby had the kind of life that makes for an interesting story - an English courtier and privateer, he travelled throughout Europe, was multi-lingual, interested in alchemy and natural philosophy, and was a naval administrator.
A portrait of Kenelm Digby by the studio of Anthony Van Dyck An engraving of Kenelm Digby This article is about the seventeenth-century English courtier, diplomat and natural philosopher.
Poems from Sir Kenelm Digby's Papers in the Possession of Henry A Bright Henry A. Bright, Poems from Sir Kenelm Digby's Papers in the Possession of Henry A. Bright (London, ), : Lisa Hopkins. Sir Kenelm Digby (): diplomat, entrepreneur, privateer, duellist, scientist and philosopher Article in ANZ Journal of Surgery 81(12) December with 11 Reads How we measure.
SIR KENELM DIGBY (), English author, diplomatist and naval commander, son of Sir Everard Digby, was born on the 11th of Julyand after his father's execution in resided with his mother at Gayhurst, being brought up apparently as a Roman Catholic. In he accompanied his cousin, Sir John Digby, afterwards ist earl of Bristol, and then ambassador in Spain, to Madrid.
Besides the works already mentioned Digby translated A Treatise of adhering to God written by Albert the Great, Bishop of Ratisbon (); and he was the author of Private Memoirs, published by Sir N. Nicholas from Harleian MS. with introduction (); Journal of the Scanderoon Voyage inprinted by J.
Bruce with preface (Camden Society, ); Poems from Sir Kenelm. Allen eventually bequeathed to his brilliant pupil his books and MSS., which Sir Kenelm gave to the Bodleian Library. InDigby left Oxford without a degree.
By this time he was deeply in love with Venitia, the beautiful daughter of Sir Edward Stanley, Kt., of Tonge Castle, Shropshire. With Birthday Letters (), Hughes recreated himself as the most Baroque representation of widowerhood since Sir Kenelm Digby, but this.
Upon the incorporation of the Royal Society inSir Kenelm was appointed one of the council. He died of stone on the anniversary of his sea-fight off Iskanderun, and was buried beside his wife in Christ Church, Newgate.
Van Dyck painted several (extant) portraits of Sir Kenelm and Lady Digby, and Cornelius Janssen one of the latter.Sir Kenelm Digby (11 July – 11 June ) was an English courtier and diplomat.
He was also a highly reputed natural philosopher, and known as a leading Roman Catholic intellectual and his versatility, he is described in John Pointer's Oxoniensis Academia () as the "Magazine of all Arts and Sciences, or (as one stiles him) the Ornament of this Nation". By Lauren Gilbert Earlier this month, author M.
J. Logue wrote a fascinating article for this blog titled “Slipcoat Cheese” (HERE) which referenced THE CLOSET OF SIR KENELM DIGBY KNIGHT an interest in old cookbooks, I decided to look into this book and Sir Kenelm Digby .