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by Kenelm Henry Digby

  • ISBN: 1142629554
  • Category: History
  • Author: Kenelm Henry Digby
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nabu Press (January 4, 2010)
  • Pages: 444 pages
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Excerpt from book: Each time a perso. n enters there ; Of which he thus becomes aware? Lock that sage Raleigh's will betrays To learn all things by cunning ways. Then to the roof he'd pass through towers To see what suits the moonlit hours? The lake that slumbers far below, The woods that sigh as tempests blow. But leaving things which dear may be, He can some comic scenes now see.

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The Temple of Memory book. I'he object of this Poem was to visit, with the aid f St. Augustin, some of the wonders of Memory. Here are added autobiographical sketches com rising various remarkable characters, public events. Kenelm Henry Digby (c. 1797 - 1880) was an Anglo-Irish writer, whose reputation rests chiefly on his earliest publication, The Broad-Stone of Honour, or Rules for the Gentlemen of England (1822), which contains an exhaustive survey of medieval customs.

Библиографические данные. The Temple of Memory. Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, 1874.

DIGBY, KENELM HENRY (1800–1880), miscellaneous writer, born in 1800, was the youngest . The Temple of Memory,’ a poem, Lond. 1874, 1875, 8vo. [Academy, 1880, i. 252; Allibone's Dict.

DIGBY, KENELM HENRY (1800–1880), miscellaneous writer, born in 1800, was the youngest son of the Very Rev. William Digby, dean of Clonfert, who belonged to the Irish branch of Lord Digby's family, and was descended from the ancient Leicestershire family of the same name. Afterwards he rewrote the book, omitting its second title, and enlarging it into four closely printed volumes, to which he gave the titles respectively of ‘Godefridus,’ ‘Tancredus,’ ‘Morus,’ and ‘Orlandus.

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Denis Florence MacCarthy (26 May 1817 - 7 April 1882, Dublin, Ireland). Poems by Denis Florence MacCarthy : 77, 82. back to poem. To Kenelm Henry Digby - Poem by Denis Florence MacCarthy. How can I thank thee for this gift of thine, Digby, the dawn and day-star of our age, Forerunner thou of many a saint and sage. read full text . Denis Florence MacCarthy.

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