3 edition of Edwy and Edilda found in the catalog.
Edwy and Edilda
Whalley, Thomas Sedgwick
by London printed: Albany: reprinted by Loring Andrews. in [Albany]
Written in English
|Statement||By the Rev. Thomas Sedgwick Whalley, author of "A poem on Mont Blanc," &c. &c. &c. ; Embellished with six fine engravings, from original designs, by a young lady.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 39085.|
|Contributions||Langham, dedicatee., Langham, ill.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175,  p.,  leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||175|
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Thomas Sedgwick Whalley, poet, wrote Edwy and Edilda (), a Gothic novel in verse, subdivided into five parts, which was published in Dublin. The narrative is arranged in stanzaic chapters or “fitts” in a balladic metre. Ethelgiva's relationship to the young Prince Edwy the Fair—Her extreme beauty—St. Dunstan's character and history—His contentions with the Devil; his temptations and triumphs—The fame of the Saint—St. Dunstan's mortification to find the young King married—The forced coronation—Flight of the King—Anger of the nobles—Rage of the.
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Rose Cecil O'Neill () was the first female illustrator of Puck magazine and the creator of the enormously successful Kewpies comics. Her first self-illustrated novel, The Loves of Edwy (), was described by the New York Times as "tragedy done in a procession of jests.
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Everyday low 2/5(1). Edwy and Edilda [electronic resource]: a Gothic tale. In five parts / By the author of The old English baron printed by S. Colbert Dublin Australian/Harvard Citation. Whalley, Thomas Sedgwick. Edwy and Edilda [electronic resource]: a Gothic tale. Edwy and Edilda [anon.]; a poetic tale in five parts, ; republished inwith six engravings by a "young lady" (the daughter of Lady Langham).
The Castle of Montval, a tragedy in five acts, ; 2nd edit., with a dedication to Mrs. Siddons, ; it was played at. Bed of Death. Vide Edwy & Edilda Pag. 99 Ver.
17 Miss Juliana Langham Invt. Aetat 14 Engrav'd by Charles White Pub.d Jan.y by C. White Stafford Fine stipple printed in sepia, platemark x mm (9½ x 10¾"). Small margins. £ One of a set of illustrations to the five-part poetic tale 'Edwy and Edilda' () by poet and traveller Thomas.
portly octavos are somewhat various. Forty-two pages are devoted to a short memoir of Dr. Whalley, the events of whose life were not so marked, by the editor's own confession, as to call for a biography. Then follow the journals which the doctor kept during three excursions which he made in Savoy in andand notes of a journey from Italy- through the Tyrol and.
‘Edwy and Edilda’ [anon.]; a poetic tale in five parts, ; republished in in handsome quarto edition, with six engravings by a young lady (i.e. daughter of Lady Langham).
‘The Castle of Montval,’ a tragedy in five acts, ; 2nd edit., with a dedication to Mrs. Siddons, ; it was brought out at Drury Lane inand. WHALLEY, THOMAS SEDGWICK (–), poet and traveller, born at Cambridge inwas the third son of John Whalley, D.D., master of St.
Peter's College, Cambridge, and regius professor of divinity in that university (d. ), who married the only child of Francis Squire, canon and chancellor of Wells Cathedral. John Vardaman, b.
unk., possibly but prob. earlier, prob. in Sweden; may have been of German, Swedish, or Danish descent, as all these countries have frontage on the Baltic Sea; d. leaving one adult son who was already.
Nathan Lanesford Foster (), poet and itinerant book agent, was the son of Rev. Joel Foster () and Priscilla (Foster) Foster (). He was born on 8 December in East Sudbury, now Wayland, Mass.
In he moved to Brattleboro, Vt., to read law with his brother-in-law, Samuel Elliot (). Such unfortunate attachments pro- and Edilda: a Gothic tale, claiming on the title- vide the narrative and thematic backbone of page that it was written ‘By the author of The numerous contemporary works; they are a Old English Baron’—in other words, Clara standard part of the recipe for the sentimental Reeve.
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