2 edition of Memoirs of the Right Reverend Richard Mant found in the catalog.
Memoirs of the Right Reverend Richard Mant
|Statement||by Walter-Bishop Mant.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||467|
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The couple married in and had two sons, Doud Dwight who died of scarlet fever as a small child and John. In Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry. Sewell [etc. Only verse by Mather included. Kingston: The Pioneer Press xxx, p. Massey, Gerald,Voices of freedom and lyrics of love!
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It has been stated [Author's note: Anderson's Poets, and the Biographical Dictionary] that he "very early exerted his poetical talents:" and that in "he published Five Pastoral Eclogues, 4to.
Warton, and the reference which they appear to have had to his office of Poetry-Professor, have prevented me from mentioning two of his works, which in order of time should have been before noticed: I mean the lives of the Founder and the principal Benefactor of his College.
The same causes, among others already enumerated and explained, which called forth genius and imagination, such as the new sources of fiction opened by a study of the classics, a familiarity with the French, Italian, and Spanish writers, the growing elegancies of the English language, the diffusion of polished manners, the felicities of long peace and public prosperity, and a certain freedom and activity of mind, which immediately followed the national emancipation from superstition, contributed also to produce innumerable compositions in poetry.
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Twain's description of the all-Arab town of Nablus is. Aug 22, · The author, Richard Mant, was bishop of Dromore from until Bishop Mant seems to have been a prolific writer and translator of hymns, and also compiled a History of the Church of Ireland – which is still in use today – I quoted from it several times this year in essays.
So let’s turn to the hymn, as a lead-in to the Scripture. Bishop Mant was born on the 12th Feb.at Southampton, where his father the Rev. Richard Mant, D.D.
was Rector of the church of All Saints; of whom some account will be found in the Gentleman's Magazine forpart i. p.
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These tales from the Greek mythology are all that can be desired for young children. They are told with that graceful simplicity and refined dignity w.