4 edition of Life and letters of John Lingard, 1771-1851 found in the catalog.
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John Lingard () was a Catholic Priest as well as a historian, and spent most of his life in Ainsworth’s native Lancashire. His History was highly regarded in contemporary scholarly circles due to its author’s apparent impartiality, in particular his balanced presentation of the Reformation, and his meticulous use of original documents.
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A vindication of 1771-1851 book passages in the fourth and fifth volumes of the History of England / By J. Lingard Lingard, John, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries.
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LINGARD, JOHN, D.D. (–), Roman catholic historian of England, was descended from a family, which, though in humble circumstances, had been established from time immemorial at Claxby, Lincolnshire. His father, John Lingard, was a carpenter, and his mother was Elizabeth, daughter of a farmer named Rennell, who was prosecuted on account.
7 On Lingard as historian, Forbes p 8; Walker pp ; Gooch pp; Peardon pp ; Shea, D.F., The English Ranke: John Lingard (New York ).Shea is a good guide to Lingard’s own opinions, but my interpretation of Lingard differs from his, inasmuch as Lingard’s ‘impartiality’ was in part the product of political need, which greatly modified : Sheridan Gilley.
The good to be done is by writing a book which Protestants will read." (Lingard to Kirke, in Haile, Bonney, Life and Letters of John Lingard,London:pp ). Lingard's History is also an apt demonstration of the advantages a Catholic historian of the time may have had, in terms of impartiality.
Lingard's religion had to a. In a letter of 18 DecemberLingard wrote: " my only chance of being read by Protestants depends upon my having the reputation of a temperate writer.
The good to be done is by writing a book which Protestants will read." (Lingard to Kirke, in Haile, Bonney, Life and Letters of John Lingard,London:pp ).
"Hail, Queen of Heaven, the Ocean Star" is a Marian hymn written by Father John Lingard (–), a Catholic priest and historian who, through the works of William Cobbett, helped to smooth the passage of the Catholic Emancipation Act in England.
Lingard is also credited with translating the carol "The Snow Lay on the Ground" from the traditional Irish. Life and letters of John Lingard, Life And Letters Of Sir Gilbert Elliot Vol-I The life and correspondence of Rufus King; comprising his letters, private and official, his public documents, and his speeches (Volume 01).
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Life and letters of John Lingard, History of the administration of President Lincoln: including his speeches, letters, addresses, proclamations, and messages.
With a preliminary sketch of his life. The following is a list of biographies on John Lingard: M. Haile and E. Bonney, Life and letters of John Lingard, – () J. Chinnici, The English Catholic Enlightenment: John Lingard and the Cisalpine movement, – () F.
Life and Letters of John Lingard, avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 9 editions Want to Read saving /5. Father Lingard's own words seemed to confirm his secret promotion: "Whatever I might have done twenty years ago", he wrote on Janu to John Bradley, a priest at Ushaw, "I should now feel extremely unwilling to go to Rome, and there have to undergo all the fuss and parade, and ceremony of a cardinal's life.".
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‘Read no history: nothing but biography, for that is life without theory,” says the baron to his son in Disraeli’s Contarini Fleming. I wonder whether he would have approved of.
11 Matin HAIr LE and Edwin BONNEY, Life and Letters of John Lingard, (London: ), pp. 12 Review of LINGARD’S History, Dublin Review, XII (), pp. — 78 — Catholic priest was assuredly destined to be met with coldness and suspicion” felt compelled to add in the same paragraph “ We are disposed to.
John Lingard and the Pursuit of Historical Truth John Lingard () is too little known to English readers. This book describes how he postulated and applied for the first time in England, the main principles and methodology of modern source criticism in his History of.
John Lingard () is too little known to English readers. This book describes how he postulated and applied for the first time in England, the main principles and methodology of modern source criticism in his History of England ().
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The History of England: From The First Invasion By The Romans To The Accession Of King George The Fifth (Volume X) by John Lingard & Hilarie Belloc and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 82 St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1RA United Kingdom tel:+44 (0) fax: +44 (0) John Lingard [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At National Library Letters between the Honourable, and Right Reverend Father in God, Shute, by divine providence, Lord Bishop of Durham and Percival Stockdale: a correspondence interesting to every lover of literature, freedom, and religion freedom, and religion.
Haile and E. Bonney, eds., Life and letters of John Lingard, – (London, ), p. Catholicon, or the Christian Philosopher, 4 (), pp. 12, –2. * I would like to express my gratitude to Mark Goldie for his comments on an earlier draft of this article, and also for the advice and suggestions received from the Cited by: 2.
In May Fr. Marvin O’Connell gave the archives papers entrusted to him by his mentor, Monsignor Philip Hughes, including the manuscripts of two unpublished books by Hughes, The Last Crisis: the British State and the Catholic Church,and an edition of the letters of the English historian Fr.
John Lingard (), author of a ten. Hume's views, which were profoundly anti-religious and emphatically anti-Catholic, were countered by the Catholic priest and historian John Lingard () in the eight volumes of his History of England, from the First Invasion by the Romans to the Accession of William and Mary in Robert Southey to John Murray, 27 November *.
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John Lingard (), born at Winchester, educated at Douai, ordained priest inpublished the first three volumes of A History ofEngland in (completed in. By John Lingard. Lingard, John, /  A history of England from the first invasion of the Romans to the accession of William & Mary in By John Lingard.
Lingard, John, /  A history of England from the first invasion of the Romans to the accession of William & Mary in By John Lingard. Robert Southey to Herbert Hill, 23 March *  The explorer, writer and Protestant pastor, Jean de Lery (–), Histoire d’un Voyage fait en la Terre du Bresil (); Southey possessed two copies, nos – in the sale catalogie of his library.
The book was published in Latin as Historia Navigationis in Braziliam (). By John Lingard. Lingard, John, The notes to his book are evidence how fully he has consulted them.
Even Mr. Hallam, who speaks of him as an author who cannot repress "the inveterate partiality of his profession," admits, as if compelled to, that "his acuteness and industry would otherwise have raised him to a very respectable.
Hymnologists such as Fr John Lingard () who wrote a loose translation of Ave maris stella as “Hail Queen of Heaven the ocean star” were hardly on a cruise ship.
Lingard who was born of recusant parents and attended the English College at Douai, France, to commence training for the priesthood. Rev Dr John Lingard (5 February – 17 July ) was an English historian, the author of The History of England, From the First Invasion by the Romans to the Accession of Henry VIII, an 8-volume work published in First edition of the first work of John Lingard (), Roman Catholic priest and historian, "a work which reveals him to be a moderate upholder of the Catholic cisalpine and Gallican tradition of historical scholarship.
NATHANIEL FIENNES (c. ) English politician, second son of William, 1st Viscount Saye and Sele, by Elizabeth, daughter of John Temple, of Stow in Buckinghamshire, was born in orand educated at Winchester and at New College, Oxford, where as founder's kin he was admitted a perpetual fellow in Arvirargus ap Cunobelin was born about 10 TO ABT in Catuvellauni Territory, son of Cunobelinus ap Tasciovanus and Unknown Wife.
He was married to Genuissa (Venissa Julia), they gave birth to 1 child. He died about 60 TO ABT in Rome, Lazio, Italy. This information is part of by on Genealogy Online. John Lingard to John Walker, 27 Dec.quoted in J.
Peter Phillips, ‘Lingard, John ()’, Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford, ), online edn. Mayreferring to Macaulay's History and Francis Douce commenting on Thomas Frognal Dibdin's fanciful account of Douce as ‘Prospero’ amid his treasures; quoted in J.
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