2 edition of Sir John Berkenhead, 1617-1679. found in the catalog.
Sir John Berkenhead, 1617-1679.
P. W. Thomas
Written in English
Oct 18, · Attributed to Sir John Birkenhead. cf. BM, Halkett and Laing Cf. Bibliographical society, London. Supplement to Transactions. no. 4, p. Wing BM VIII H&L I McAlpin III Satire on Hugh Peters as a corrupt cleric Boston Public Library (Rare Books copy) bound in modern vellum with monogram (HMW?) stamped in gold on front and back Pages: W Thomas, Sir John Berkenhead (): A Royalist Career in Politics and Po lemics (Oxford, ), p. * Arnold Glover and A. R. Waller, eds., The Works of Francis Beaumont and JohnCited by:
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Sir John Berkenhead, a Royalist career in politics and polemics by Thomas, Peter WilliamPages: Sir John Birkenhead or Berkenhead (c – 4 December ) was a British political writer and journalist, imprisoned several times during the Commonwealth for his obtrusive royalism.
Birkenhead was the supposed son of Randall 1617-1679. book (c – ) and Margaret Middleton (d. The parish register of Witton-cum-Twambrooks records a baptism for John Birkenhead, son of Randall, Authority control: GND:ISNI:. Sir John Birkenhead was a journalist and a poet.
The son of Randall Birkenhead, a saddler, alehouse keeper and chapel clerk, and his wife Margaret of whom little is known. John attended Witton Grammar School. In Birkenhead entered Oriel College, Oxford, as Burial: St Martin-in-the-Fields Churchyard.
Sir John Berkenhead, a Royalist career in politics and polemics. Sir John Birkenhead or Berkenhead (c – 4 December ) was a British political writer and journalist, imprisoned several times during the Commonwealth for his obtrusive royalism.
Birkenhead was the supposed son of Randall Birkenhead (c – ) and Margaret Middleton (d. The parish register of Witton-cum-Twambrooks records a baptism for John Birkenhead, son of Randall.
Sir John Berkenhead (Biographical details) Sir John Berkenhead (author/poet; journalist/critic; British; Male; - ). Also known as. Birkenhead, John; Berkenhead, John. Biography. Royalist poet and journalist, assisted Peter Heylin with the Mercurius Aulicus; licenser of the press ; MP for Wilton, Wiltshire ; knighted in ; founder member of the Royal Society.
At the Restoration he became master of the faculties under Archbishop Juxon and licenser of the press. When (Sir) John Nicholas chose to sit for Ripon his father recommended Berkenhead to fill the vacancy at Wilton, although the patron was the son of the 4th Earl of Pembroke, one of Berkenhead’s principal butts, both living and dead.
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Mercurius Aulicus was one of the "most important early newspapers Birkenhead would resort to including gaps in page numbers and issues to give the impression that the reader had merely missed a specific copy that had no doubt been delivered elsewhere across the country satisfactorily.
Sir John Berkenhead, a Royalist career in. Mar 21, · Abstract. Who sits at home too bears a loadeGreater than those that gad abroad1Author: Philip Major. Early Entry Book V. Dec. Treasurer Southampton and Lord Ashley to Sir John Skelton, Deputy Governor of Plymouth, and to Sir Philip Honywood, Deputy Governor of Portsmouth, severally, concerning the two orders in Council of the 30th ult.
concerning the care of prize ships, ut supra, p. Appoint them to join with the officers. Sir John Birkenhead or Berkenhead (24 March – 4 December ) was a British political writer and journalist, imprisoned several times during the Commonwealth for his obtrusive royalism.
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Books Read and Share ( BC – AD) Ancient History & Civilisation Thomas, P. W., Sir John Berkenhead –, Oxford, Thomason Tracts, British Museum. Thoms, W. ^ Rudrum, "Complete Poems of Henry Vaughan, p ^ P.W. Thomas, "Sir John Berkenhead – A Royalist Career in Politics and Polemics, Clarendon Press, Oxford, ", p ^ ^ Vaughan, Henry in Welsh Biography Online, at National Library of Wales; Oxford Companion to English Literature, s.v.
Henry Vaughan. 24 It is perhaps wholly coincidental that Davies seems to have known Sir John Berkenhead when the latter was operating as a Royalist agent; and that this encounter may possibly have occurred during the year preceding Davies' departure for the continent, according to P.
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Sir John Berkenhead, A Royalist Career in Politics and Polemics by P. W. Thomas. Sir John Berkenhead.On 2 Decemberfor example, Samuel Pepys recorded his distaste for one instance of this, when he judged Edward Howard’s The Usurper ‘a pretty good play in all but what is designed to resemble Cromwell and Hugh Peters, which is mighty silly’ (Samuel Pepys, Diary, ed.
Robert Lathan and William Matthews (London: G. Bell and Sons Ltd, –83), Volume 9, p. Author: Michael Cordner.Mar 31, · BIRKENHEAD or BERKENHEAD, Sir JOHN (–), author of the 'Mercurius Aulicus' and satirical poems, is said by Anthony à Wood to have been son of Randall Birkenhead, of Northwich in Cheshire, saddler, and born there (Athenæ Oxon.