Remains of Mr. John Oldham in verse and prose.

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printed for Jo. Hindmarsh, at the Golden-Ball over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil , London
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1784:8
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Pagination[28], 20, 33-124, [2], 125-132 p
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are lacking in filmed t.p. on prelim. : John Oldham. The Works of Mr. John Oldham, Together with his Remains. Satyrs upon the Jesuits: Written in the Year And some other Pieces By the same Hand. Some New Pieces Never before Publish'd. Poems, and Translations. Remains of Mr. John Oldham in Verse and Prose.

Character of a Certain Ugly Old P. By John Oldham. - London - Joseph Hindmarsh. John Oldham (9 August - 9 December ) was a satirical English poet and translator.

Oldham was born at Shipton-Moyne, near Tetbury in Gloucestershire. John Oldham, his grandfather, was rector of Nuneaton. John Oldham, his father, after residing as a nonconformist minister at Shipton, and at Newton in Wiltshire, where he was "silenced" inserved a.

The compositions in verse and prose of Mr. John Oldham, to which are added memoirs of his life (in 3 vols, ). Cibber, Theophilus. The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift (Volume 2) () pp.

– Bell, Robert (Ed). The poems of John Oldham (London, Charles Griffin, ). Lee, Sidney, ed. Remains of Mr. John Oldham in verse and prose|To the memory of Mr. Oldham.|On the ensuing poems of Mr. John Oldham Oldham, John, [ Book: ] At UQ Library. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 41,) Remains of Mr.

John Oldham in. John M. Oldham has 27 books on Goodreads with ratings. John M. Oldham’s most popular book is The New Personality Self-Portrait: Why You Think, Work. Full text of "The Works of Mr. John Oldham: Together with His Remains" See other formats.

Summary "In this elegy, John Dryden laments the death of John Oldham (–), the young poet whose Satires upon the Jesuits (), which Dryden admired, were written inbefore Dryden's major satires appeared (see line 8)." Dryden laments that he has made Oldham's acquaintance much too late and that Oldham died much too young.

Their poetry and their. John Oldham Satire Against Jesuits Popish Plot Poetry English Poems Juvenal “While some no other cause for life can give, but a dull habitude to live.” – John Oldham, Memory of Norwent John Oldham was a 17 th-century English satirist and poet whose poems reflect the Satires of Juvenal.

While in Surrey inOldham composed his. Full text of "The Compositions in Prose and Verse of Mr. John Oldham: To which are added memoirs of his life See other formats.

The two poets' shared interest in satire, as well as Dryden's sympathy for the loss of a promising young writer, may have prompted his response to Oldham's death.

Dryden's poem appeared first in Remains of Mr. John Oldham (), as did Oldham's poem "To the Memory of Mr. Charles Morwent," ironically also focusing on death.

1] John Oldham () gained fame as a verse satirist, especially through his Satire on the Jesuits, published His satire is vigorous and witty, but the verse, by comparison with Dryden's, rough and unpolished.

Back to Line. Oldham was born in England in When old enough he attended Oxford University and after graduating he began a career as a teacher. Among his most well known works are "A Satire Upon a Woman Who by Her Falsehood and Scorn Was the Death of My Friend", written in and "A Satire Against Virtue" in John Dryden’s elegy “To the Memory of Mr.

Oldham” presents a tribute in verse to the poetic achievement of John Oldham (), whom Dryden knew as a younger contemporary. John Oldham / by James Zigerell; Oldham as it was; Gardens in time / John and Ray Oldham; Remains of Mr.

John Oldham in verse and prose. [microform] Remains of Mr. John Oldham in verse and prose [microform]. An edition of 'Poems and Translations' by Oldham was published inand one of his 'Remains in Verse and Prose,' with a series of commendatory verses (including Dryden's), in the following year.

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Subsequent editions of his works are dated, and ; but some of these may be merely made up by booksellers. After John Donne and John Milton, John Dryden was the greatest English poet of the 17th century. After William Shakespeare and Ben Jonson, he was the greatest playwright. And he has no peer as a writer of prose, especially literary criticism, and as a translator.

Other figures, such as George Herbert or Andrew Marvell or. John Oldham was a This book, published by Hindmarsh in London, includes four works by Oldham, each with separate titles. Th -century English satirist and poet whose poems reflect the Satires of Juvenal.

John Oldham was a This book, published by Hindmarsh in London, includes four works by Oldham, each with separate Rating: % positive. Ruins are also seen of a Franciscan foundation attributed to the 13th century; it was a celebrated seat of learning and an extant memorial of the work of its monks is the Book of Ballymote (c.

) in the possession of the Royal Irish Academy, a miscellaneous collection in prose and verse of historical, genealogical and romantic writings. The Poems And Prose Remains Of Arthur Hugh Clough With A Selection From His Letters And A Memoir Edited By His Wife.

In Two Volumes. Vol. The works of Mr. John Oldham, together with his Remains — Works. Author: Oldham, John, On the ensuing Poems of Mr. John Oldham, and the Death of his good Friend the ingenious Author. The only difference is that they did it in Prose, as he does in Verse, where perhaps 'tis the more allowable.

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We deliver the joy of reading in % recycled packaging with free standard shipping on U.S. orders over $ III. Political and Ecclesiastical Satire. Bibliography. ——Remains in Verse and Prose.

——Works. Together with his remains. 4 parts. ——The Compositions in Prose and Verse of Mr. John Oldham, to which are added Memoirs of. Poetical Works of John Oldham () (transcription project) The Compositions in Prose and Verse vol 1 () (ed.

Edward Thompson) in 3 vols (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3) Volume 1 (transcription project) Work about Oldham. at the tomb"we may describe 'Mr. Oldham" as such an invocation, accom-panying, in this case, the "offering" to the memory of the dead poet, namely, the volume of his Remains in Verse and Prose.

The echo of Catullus in Dryden's "Once more, hail and farewell" (1. 22) may be unconscious, and, although it has not. Certainly he lacked the anguished relationship to carnality that allowed Milton to go to such amazing extremes in verse and prose in explaining the morning of Christ’s nativity, or even the (only seemingly) milder frustration that forced Marvell to write his “Dialogue Between the Soul and the Body,” or the Mower poems.John Oldham, pioneer of the imitation of classical satire in English.

Oldham was the son of a scholarly vicar who was responsible for much of his education; he also studied at Tetbury Grammar School for two years. From to he attended St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, and in he became an usher.Hackett) of the enlarged American edition of Dr (afterwards Sir) William Smith's Dictionary of the Bible (), to which he contributed more than articles besides greatly improving the bibliographical completeness of the work; was an efficient member of the American revision committee employed in connexion with the Revised Version () of the King James .