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March Meeting, 1921. Gifts to the Society; Caleb Davis and His Funeral Dinner; The "Character" and the Historian; Samuel Abbott Green

Charles Pelham Greenough
Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society
Third Series, Vol. 54 (Oct., 1920 - Jun., 1921), pp. 212-242
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25080116
Page Count: 32
Subjects: American Studies History
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
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    • Head in Proteus Redivivus, 1675
    • author of Hickdty-PickeUy in 1708.
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    Henry Morley, Character Writings of the Seventeenth Century, 49-50.
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    • Sir R. C. Jebb's edition (revised by J. E. Sandys) of The Characters of Theophrastus, London, 1909
    • G. S. Gordon, "Theophrastus and his Imitators, " in English Literature and the Classics, a group of essays collected by G. S. Gordon, Oxford, 1912.
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    • C. H. Herford, Studies in the Literary Relations of England and Germany in the Sixteenth Century, Cambridge (England) University Press, 1886.
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    • Nicholas Breton (The Good and the Bad, 1616)
    • Geoffrey Mynshul (Essayes and Characters of a Prison and Prisoners, 1618)
    • Richard Brathwait (Essaies upon the Five Senses, 1619)
    • John Taylor, the "Water Poet," Henry Parrot (Cures for the Itch, Characters, Epigrams, Epitaphs, 1626)
    • R. M. (Micrologia, 1629)
    • Wye Saltonstall (Picturae Loquentes, 1631)
    • Donald Lupton (London and the Country carbonadoed and quartered into severall Characters, 1632)
    • William Habington (Costara, 1634).
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    Catalogue of the Pamphlets, Books, Newspapers, and Manuscripts relating to the Civil War, the Commonwealth, and Restoration, collected by George Thomason, 1640-1661, 2 vols., London, 1908.
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    • Description of the Round-Head and Rattlehead, 1642
    • A Right Character of a true Subject, 1642
    • Character of an Antimalignant, or Right Parliamentier; expressing plainly his Opinion concerning King and Parliament, 1645
    • John Geree, The Character of an Old English Puritan, 1646
    • Character of a Cavalier, 1647
    • Character of an Agitator, 1647
    • Character of a Time-serving Saint, 1652
    • The Character of France, 1659
    • A Character of England, 1659
    • A Brief Character of the Low Coun- tries, 1659
    • The Character of Italy: or, the Italian Anatomiz'd by an English Chirur- gion, 1660
    • Confused Characters of Conceited Coxcombs, 1661
    • The True Character of a Rigid Presbyter, 1661
    • Character of a Quaker, 1671
    • Poor Robin's Character of a Dutch-man, 1672
    • The Character of a Coffee-House, with the Symptoms of a Town-Wit, 1673
    • The Character of an Honest Lawyer, 1676
    • Character of a Town- Miss, 1680.
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  • 2
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    • The English Theophrastus . . . being the Modern Characters of the Court, the Town, and the City, 1692
    • The Reformer, exposing the Vices of the Age, in Several Characters, 1700
    • Mars Stript of his Armour (a collection of 24 military characters, such as a Major, a Captain, etc.) (By Edward Ward.) London, 1709
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    This reference contains 8 citations:
    • Character of a Jacobite, 1690
    • The Trimming Court Divine, 1690
    • Character of a Whig, 1700
    • An English Monster; or, the Character of an Occasional Conformist, 1703
    • The Beau's Character, 1706
    • True Picture of a Modern Whig, 1707
    • The Character of a true Churchman, 1711
    • Character of an Honest Dissenter, 1715
  • 1
    Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, XIV., 213-257.
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    Henry Morley, Character Writings of the Seventeenth Century, 255.