Catalogue of an Exhibition Commemorative of the Tercentenary of the Birth of John Milton, 1608-1908: Including Original Editions of His Poetical and Prose Works, Together with Three Hundred and Twenty-seven Engraved Portraits. Held at the Grolier Club ... December 3, 1908 to January 9, 1909

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De Vinne Press, 1908 - 116 pages
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Page 99 - Discipline of Divorce: Restor,d to the good of both Sexes, from the bondage of Canon Law, and other mistakes, to the true meaning of Scripture in the Law and Gospel compar,d.
Page 87 - Paradise lost. A Poem in Ten Books. The Author John Milton. London, Printed by S. Simmons, and to be sold by S.
Page 93 - Paradise Regain'd. A Poem. In IV. Books. To which is added Samson Agonistes. The Author John Milton.
Page 95 - The Poetical Works of John Milton; with a Life of the Author. By the Rev. JOHN MITFORD.
Page 84 - ... Pattison edited a well-known edition, 1883. The sonnet inscribed with a diamond on a window pane in the cottage at Chalfont where the poet stayed in 1665 is (in the judgment of a good critic) Miltonic, if not Milton's (Garnett, Life of Milton, p. 175). 8 The 1673 edition also gave the juvenile piece On the Death of a Fair Infant and At a Vacation Exercise, which for some reason had been omitted from the 1645 edition.
Page 89 - Paradise Lost A Poem in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The Second Edition Revised and Augmented by the same Author. London, Printed by S. Simmons next door to the Golden Lion in Aldersgate-street, 1674.
Page 109 - AN ARGUMENT, OR DEBATE IN LAW : OF THE GREAT QUESTION CONCERNING THE MILITIA. As it is now settled by Ordinance of both the Houses of Parliament. By which, it is endeavoured, to prove the Legalitie of it, and to make it warrantable by the fundamentall Laws of the Land.
Page 104 - Miltoni Angli pro Populo Anglicano Defensio, contra Claudii Anonymi alias Salmasii, Defensionem Regiam...
Page 107 - This Book was writ by the Authour's own hand, before he lost his sight. And sometime before his death dispos'd of it to be printed. But it being small, the Bookseller hop'd to have procured some other suitable Piece of the same Authour's to have joyn'd with it, or else it had been publish'd 'ere now.
Page 2 - Faithorne," and on the back of the portrait in Vertue's handwriting, signed GV, are the following remarks : " This picture of Milton was painted in oyl, and had been in the Family until the death of Milton's third wife who kept it with great regard. She lived to a great age and died at Nantwich, in Cheshire. This was bought by a Gent, who brought it to London and sold it to the Honbl Arthur Onslow, Speaker, from whence I engraved it.

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