3 edition of The Oxinden and Peyton letters, 1642-1670 found in the catalog.
The Oxinden and Peyton letters, 1642-1670
Bibliography: p. 353-354.
|Contributions||Peyton, Thomas, Sir, 1613-1684, Oxenden family, Gardiner, Dorothy, 1873-|
|LC Classifications||DA378 O9 A4 1937|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xliv, 371,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||371|
OXENDEN or OXINDEN, HENRY (–), poet, eldest son of Richard Oxinden (–), of Little Maydekin in Barham, Kent, by Katherine, daughter of Sir Adam Sprakeling of Canterbury, was born in the parish of St. Paul's, Canterbury, on 18 Jan. 4Minute Book of the Committee for the Admiralty I, P[ublic] R[ecord] news-letter of 20 September reported that during an army council 9 D. Gardiner (ed.), The Oxinden and Peyton Letters , p. THE ENGLISH NAVAL April. is revived by the same party, with greater violence than at first'.
Title: Peytons of Virginia 2 Volume 1 of The Peytons of Virginia II: Being an Account of the Ancient and Knightly Family of Peyton of Suffolk and Especially Those who Became Planters in His Majesty's Colony of Virginia, The Peytons of Virginia II: Being an Account of the Ancient and Knightly Family of Peyton of Suffolk and Especially Those who Became Planters in His Majesty's Colony of Virginia. Physical Description: p. || p.
This book is now in the British Museum and inside, in Henry’s hand, is written Elizabeth’s name and a graceful dedication. MS , fols. D. Gardiner, The Oxinden and Peyton letters, () The memoirs of Edmund Ludlow, ed. C. H. Firth, 2 vols. () CKS, /T, J. G. Muddiman, The trial of King. Henry Oxenden was born on month day , at birth place, to Henry Oxenden and Anne Oxinden (born Peyton). Henry was born on January 18 , in Canterbury, Kent, England. Anne was born on May 16 , in Knowlton Bekesbourne, Kent, Engl. Henry was baptized on month day , at baptism place.
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Henry Oxinden of Barham, fortunately for us, hoarded every letter he could lay his hands on, and kept copies The Oxinden and Peyton letters all he wrote himself. To this Kentish squire's genius for hoarding, and to the researches and able editing of Mrs.
Dorothy Gardiner, we owe a- most illuminating collection. The Minden Letters. (Constable, 12s. 6d.) can take their place immediately beside the Verney and Wentworth papers. English, Book, Illustrated edition: The Oxinden and Peyton letters, being the correspondence of Henry Oxinden of Barham, Sir Thomas Peyton of Knowlton and their circle / edited with notes and an introduction by Dorothy Gardiner.
Oxinden, Henry, Get this from a library. The Oxinden and Peyton letters, ; being the correspondence of Henry Oxinden of Barham, Sir Thomas Peyton of Knowlton and their circle. [Henry Oxinden; Thomas Peyton, Sir; Oxenden family.; Dorothy Kempe Gardiner]. The Oxinden and Peyton letters, ; being the correspondence of Henry Oxinden of Barham, Sir Thomas Peyton of 1642-1670 book and their circle / edited with.
Oxinden (–) was a letter writer, poet, and country squire. In his later years he compiled this approximately page miscellany. The book. The Oxinden Letters, – (London: Constable, ) and The Oxinden and Peyton Letters, – (London: Sheldon, ). For information on Oxinden’s library, see Sarah Gray and Chris Baggs, “The English Parish Library: A Celebration of Diversity,” Libraries & Cult no.
3 (Summer ): –33, and Sheila Hingley. book (Sheldon Press xis.) is a -seleCtiOn from the correspondence which -passed, between members of the house of - Oxintlen in Kent, and their friends, and relations, during the period of War. It is interesting both as a piece of documentary evidence for the history of the period and also because it reveals how shattering a civil war can be to those whose natural inclinaeons - w• oul.
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36 Justinian Isham cited scriptural proverbs when advising his daughters how to comport themselves, NRO IC (). See too Gataker, T. Part of the International Scholars Forum book series (ISFO, volume 6) Abstract The single tendency most apparent throughout the early years of the civil wars is the general inclination toward neutrality, and there can be little doubt that the vast majority of Englishmen would have been content to remain impartial in the quarrel between king and.
1 Whittaker died aboutwhich may account for Henry's change of printer in his later books (cf. Plomer, p.
2 Reference to The Oxinden and Peyton Letters,edited by Dorothy Gardiner (Sheldon Press, ). Henry Oxenden or Oxinden (18 January – ), was an English poet.
Early life. Oxenden was the eldest son of Anne (died ), daughter of Sir Samuel Peyton, by whom he had a son Thomas, baptised on 27 February His second marriage, on 15 Septemberwas to Katherine (died ), daughter of James Cullen, by whom he left no.
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william tyndale's five books of moses (e1) called the pentateuch, being a verbatim (ceotest1) reprint of the edition of comps. mombert and f. bruce. the oxinden and peyton letters, - (cepriv3) being the correspondence of henry oxinden: of barham, sir thomas peyton of knowlton:.
A Short Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland and Ireland, London–2); in an Ashford school teacher was charged with being ‘a disperser of Mr.
Nicholls’ books. The Oxinden and Peyton Letters,edit. er,p 2 but there was a great variety of other occupations.
It had a population of ab on the eve of the civil war. This was tiny compared with London, which had between a quarter and half a million people, but nevertheless Bristol impressed visitors, even.
The Oxinden and Peyton Letters,edited by Mrs. Dorothy Gardiner (Sheldon Press, 15s.), is a sequel to The Oxinden Letters, also edited by Mrs. Gardiner. The central figure is Henry Oxinden of Barham in East Kent.
The letters are drawn mainly from the Oxinden papers in the British Museum, and deal mainly with Oxinden's. Part of the International Scholars Forum book series (ISFO, volume 6) Abstract He found crowds of old royalists waiting to greet him, and many immediately besieged him with accounts of their hardships and losses during the past eighteen years.
Possible sources. British Library. Peyton (Samuel). Sir. Bart., of Knowlton. Letter to Sir J. OxendenAdd. Peyton (Samuel). Sir. 1st Bart., of. Genealogy profile for Anne Oxinden Anne Oxinden (Peyton) ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Anne Oxinden (Peyton) ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
THE FULL TEXT OF THE OXINDEN LETTERS, CXCIII (Draft) Henry Oxinden to Robert Bargrave [MS 28, F] Septem HERE; Full Text of Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series of the Reign of Charles I, Edited by John Bruce, Esquire VPSA.
London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans & Roberts, The Oxinden letters, ; being the correspondence of Henry Oxinden of Barham and his circle.Contents: PAGE. List of Officers, x; List of Local Secretaries, xii; Societies in Union, xiii; List of Members, xv; Report for Year ending 31st December, xxxvii; Financial Accounts for lii.