2 edition of Charles Sackville, sixth earl of Dorset found in the catalog.
Charles Sackville, sixth earl of Dorset
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Brice Harris.|
|Series||Illinois studies in language and literature -- vol.24, nos.3-4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||269 p.,  leaf of plates (front.) :|
|Number of Pages||269|
The licentious Charles Sackville, sixth Earl of Dorset, jested that Julius Caesar's libido was so low that even if Cleopatra had used `nutmeg, mace and ginger' upon her `Roman swinger' she would have failed to . Book Reviews emphasizes Dryden’s growing estrangement from Charles Sackville, the sixth earl of Dorset, the dedicatee of his Discourse of Satire. Dryden was in a professed Jacobite and Catholic, and Dorset was the recently appointed Lord Chancellor under William. Cotterill shrewdly observes.
Robert Bertrand Sackville-West, 7th Baron Sackville DL (born 10 July ) is a British publisher, author and guardian of Knole House in Kent, which has been a Sackville house for years and is now owned by the National Trust. Mick rated a book did not like it. The Gully of Bluemansdyke and Other Stories Charles Sackville Dorset. Author of The Poems Of Charles Sackville, Sixth Earl Of D Follow Author. AM like. Mick rated a book really liked it.
Among the patrons of the Rhenish was Charles Sackville, Sixth Earl of Dorset, already the patron of Dryden and Congreve, among others. In his remembrance of the poet, Sir James Montague, who lived across the street from the tavern and remained Prior’s lifelong friend, writes. OfDramaticPoesy, published with a dedication to Charles Sackville, Lord Buckhurst who became the Earl of Dorset in ; and SecretLove, which Charles II “graced with the title of His Play,” performed in March of , and published the same month. Dryden’s ﬁrst son, Charles, born 27August.
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History. The Sackville family descended from Sir Richard only surviving son, Thomas Sackville, was a statesman, poet and dramatist and notably served as Lord High Treasurer between and He was raised to the Peerage of England as Baron Buckhurst, of Buckhurst in the County of Sussex, inand was made Earl of Dorset inalso in the Peerage of holder: Lionel Sackville, 7th Earl of Dorset.
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[ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 3 libraries. Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset and 1st Earl of Middlesex (24 January - 29 January ) was an English poet and courtier.
Sackville was one of the dissolute and witty courtiers of Charles II, and a friend of Sir C. Sedley, in whose orgies he participated. Charles Sackville He was, Charles Sackville, a patron of literature, and a benefactor of Dryden in his later and less prosperous years.
He wrote a few. Charles Sackville, Sixth Earl of Dorset, Lord Buckhurst, Fourth Earl of Middlesex, Sixth Earl of Dorset (–) Verse. Poems Generally Attributed to Dorset. The Advice (‘Phyllis The Fifth Book (London, ). Harris, pp.
Some texts are preceded by John Howe's song ‘Dy wretched Damon, Dy quickly to ease her’. His eldest son was Charles Sackville, sixth earl of Dorset [q. v.] In memory of his youngest child Thomas (b. 3 Feb.d. at Saumur 19 Aug.
) he contemplated a monument in the Sackville Chapel in Withyham church, which he had rebuilt. Charles Sackville, sixth earl of Dorset, (Urbana, The University of Illinois press, ), by Brice Harris (page images at HathiTrust) Poems on several occasions (London: J.
Tonson, and J. Barber, ), by Matthew Prior and Elizabeth Singer Rowe (page images at HathiTrust). SACKVILLE, CHARLES, sixth Earl of Dorset and Earl of Middlesex (–), poet and courtier, born on 24 Jan.
–8, was the son of Richard Sackville, fifth earl (–), and Frances, daughter of Lionel Cranfield, first earl of Middlesex [see under Sackville, Sir Edward, fourth earl].
Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst, born inwas elevated to the earldom of Dorset with the accession of James I., but is generally referred to by his earlier title to avoid confusion with Charles Sackville, sixth Earl of Dorset (–).
The second earl did not enjoy Knole for long, since he died in January His two sons, in turn, inherited the title and estates, first Richard Sackville, third earl of Dorset (–) and then the much more politically-significant Edward Sackville, fourth earl of Dorset (–).
None of these earls lived permanently at : National Trust. Rosalba Carriera ~ Charles Sackville, Duke of Dorset – London) was a British nobleman, politician, opera impresario & cricketer. He was styled Lord Buckhurst from to & Earl of Middlesex from to.
Epitaph on Charles Lord Halifax; Close section Preamble to the Duke of Dorsets Patent; Close section Works of doubtful authenticity. Close section Out of the Greek of Menage; Close section Out of the Italian of Fulvoi Testi; Catullus.
Epig. Invitation into the Country; Close section On some Votes against the Lord S. The Restoration coincided with Knole’s glorious resurrection by Charles, the sixth Earl of Dorset, high-living man of letters and friend to the poets. The Sackvilles always “hovered on the periphery of power, participating—just—in the making of history,” writes the author, who actually lives in the house, now owned by the National : Robert Sackville-West.
Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset and 1st Earl of Middlesex,an English poet and courtier English: Fleuron from book: A sermon preached at Seale in Kent. By Max. Later he became the protégé of Charles Sackville, sixth Earl of Dorset.
However, fonder of jokes than of friends, Brown estranged the earl and died in poverty at the age of forty-one, his last. Full text of "Historical notes of Withyham, Hartfield and Ashdown Forest ; together with the history of the Sackville family" See other formats.
• DoC Charles Sackville, Sixth Earl of Dorset, A Ballad by the Lord Dorset when at Sea (‘To all you ladies now at land’) Copy, untitled, on the first two pages of two conjugate quarto leaves of verse. With fame cam wealthy men -eventually, Gwynne became a courtesan, cohabiting with members of the English nobility, including Charles Sackville, the sixth Earl of Dorset, and King Charles II.
Lust Rewards: Gwynne’s main man was King Charles II, and she was his mistress exclusively from about until he died in They had two sons, and. At the Restoration the Sackvilles provided Charles II with a Lord Chamberlain.
The Sixth Earl was a patron of poets - he wrote some himself - and a. A year later, Charles Sackville, Sixth Earl of Dorset and patron to Dryden, William Congreve, Thomas Shadwell, Nathaniel Lee, Thomas Otway, and George Etherege, came into the Rhenish Tavern and found the twelve-year-old Prior behind the bar reading Horace.CHARLES SACKVILLE, EARL OF DORSET (?) On the Revolution of no CHARLES BLOUNT A Dialogue Between King William and King James in SIR CHARLES SEDLEY A Ballad to the Tune of Bateman ANON.
On K.W.3 d iiS REASONS OF LOVE JOHN DRYDEN Song from Tyrannick Love JOHN WILMOT, EARL OF ROCHESTER Song ("Twas a dispute 'twixt heav'n and Earth.Dukedom: Orlando is now made a Knight of the Order of the Bath, and promoted from Earl to Duke, apparently as a reward for his services as ambassador in Constantinople.
His hon ours parallel those of Lionel Sackville, seventh Earl, who was made Knight of the Garter in (Orlando already held this honour – see p.
18) and Duke of Dorset in /5(32).