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The letters of John Hamilton Reynolds. by John Hamilton Reynolds

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Published by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Reynolds, John Hamilton, 1794-1852 -- Correspondence,
  • Keats, John, 1795-1821 -- Friends and associates,
  • Authors, English -- 19th century -- Correspondence

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementEdited with an introd. by Leonidas M. Jones.
ContributionsJones, Leonidas M., ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR5221.R5 Z53 1973
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxviii, 82 p.
Number of Pages82
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5307094M
ISBN 100803208278
LC Control Number72090342

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  : Letters from Lambeth: The Correspondence of the Reynolds Family With John Freeman Milward Dovaston, Ed by Joanna Richardson (): Reynolds, John Hamilton: Books. The same day, being the 15th of December , I received from Mr. Reynolds the letter (No. II. b) by which he informs me of the detection of his wife in the act of writing a letter to me, and that he had obtained from her a discovery of her connection with me, suggesting that it was the consequence of an undue advantage taken of her distress. Carisbrooke, April 17th and 18th, My dear Reynolds, Ever since I wrote to my Brothers from Southhampton I have been in a taking, and at this moment I am about to become settled, for I have unpacked my books, put them into a snug corner pinned up Haydon Mary Queen Scotts, and Milton with his daughters in a row. March 17th, My dear Reynolds,- My brothers are anxious that I should go by myself into the country - they have always been extremely fond of me, and now that Haydon has pointed out how necessary it is that I should be alone to improve myself, they give up the temporary pleasure of living with me continually for a great good which I hope will follow.

To John Hamilton Reynolds Seite From Hampstead, February 19th, My dear Reynolds- I had an idea that a Man might pass a very pleasant life in this manner - Let him on a certain day read a certain page of full Poesy or distilled Prose, and let him wander upon it, and bring home to it, and prophesy upon it, and dream upon it: until it becomes stale - But when will it do so? Page 1 of Woodhouse’s transcript of Keats’s 3 Feb letter to John Hamilton Reynolds. Keats Collection, (MS Keats ). Houghton Library, Harvard University. Page 2 of Woodhouse’s transcript of Keats’s 3 Feb letter to John Hamilton Reynolds. Robert Haydon and John Hamilton Rey-nolds" (), Pope discusses the collection and compiles a list of the unpublished poems of Reynolds in the commonplace books. Substantially the same listing may be found in Selected Prose of John Hamil-ton Reynolds, ed. Leonidas Jones (Cam-bridge, Mass., ), p. I have made. The events which preceded this letter and followed H’s receipt of Reynolds’s letter of Decem , were described by H as follows: “I called upon Reynolds, and assuming a decisive tone, told him, that I was tired of his indecision, and insisted upon his declaring to me explicitly what it was he aimed at—He again promised to explain by letter.

Reynolds, John Hamilton, ,. Autograph letter signed from John Hamilton Reynolds to [James Winston?] [manuscript], ca. Thursday. Folger Shakespeare Library: creatorOf: Reynolds, John Hamilton, Letters of John Hamilton Reynolds, Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens: creatorOf.   Hamilton’s pamphlet Observations on Certain Documents had a simple purpose: in telling his side of the story and offering letters from James and Maria Reynolds . Page 1 of Woodhouse’s transcript of Keats’s 3 May letter to John Hamilton Reynolds. Keats Collection, (MS Keats ). Houghton Library, Harvard University. Introduction: This letter, written when Keats was 22 years old and nursing his brother Tom, is justly famous. He discusses the Reformation, Milton, his contemporary Wordsworth, and even quotes Lord Byron. The letter also contains his ‘Mansion of Many Apartments’ metaphor. Teignmouth May 3d.