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devotionairie book of John Evelyn of Wotton, 1620-1706

John Evelyn

devotionairie book of John Evelyn of Wotton, 1620-1706

by John Evelyn

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Published by J. Murray in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lord"s Supper -- Prayers and devotions

  • Edition Notes

    Statementnow first published with an introduction by Walter Frere
    ContributionsFrere, Walter Howard, 1863-1938
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 65 p. incl. geneal. tab.
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14434544M
    LC Control Number37019152

    John Evelyn, - Virtuoso and diarist. Zoom in to this image. Share this image on social platforms. Mark this image as a favourite. Download a larger version of this image About this artwork. title: John Evelyn, - Virtuoso and diarist.   The diary of John Evelyn: from to , with memoir / ed. by William Bray Date de l'édition originale: Sujet de l'ouvrage: Evelyn, John () -- Journaux intimesFrance -- Descriptions et voyages -- 19e siècle Collection: Standard british classics; 2 Le présent ouvrage s'inscrit dans une politique de conservation patrimoniale des ouvrages de la littérature Française mise Author: Evelyn J., John Evelyn.

      EVELYN, JOHN, the younger (–), translator, third but eldest surviving son of John Evelyn [q. v.], the well-known writer, was born 19 Jan. On 13 Dec. his father presented him to the queenmother, who ‘made extraordinary much of him.’. First Edition of the Diary of John Evelyn, which spanned his adult life from to his death in Covering such events as the English Civil War, and the Great Plague and Fire of London, this is a major primary source for English history in a time before the regular publication of newspapers or magazines.

      History, Court and courtiers, Early works to , Social life and customs, Diaries, Great Britain, Accessible book, Court & courtiers, Biography, Courts and courtiers, Manners and customs People John Evelyn (), Evelyn family. The Diary of John Evelyn () is one of the principal literary sources for life and manners in the English seventeenth century. Evelyn was one of an influential group of men which included Wren, Pepys and Boyle; a founding member of the Royal Society, he was also a friend of Charles II, a Commissioner for sick seamen and prisoners of war during the Dutch Wars, a prime mover behind.


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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Evelyn, John, Devotionarie book of John Evelyn of Wotton, London: J. Murray, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography. EVELYN, JOHN (–), virtuoso, fourth child and second son of Richard Evelyn of Wotton, Surrey, by Eleanor, daughter of John Standsfield, was born at Wotton, 31 Oct.

The Evelyn family, said to have come originally from Evelyn in Normandy, had settled in Shropshire and afterwards in Middlesex. George Evelyn (–) was the. John Evelyn, (born Oct. 31,Wotton, Surrey, Eng.—died Feb. 27,Wotton), English country gentleman, author of some 30 books on the fine arts, forestry, and religious Diary, kept all his life, is considered an invaluable source of information on the social, cultural, religious, and political life of 17th-century England.

Son of a wealthy landowner, after studying in the. John Evelyn () An Inventory of Works Special Collections, University of Otago John Evelyn was born in Wotton, Surrey in October He lived in tumultuous times – the execution of Charles I, the ascension of Oliver Cromwell and the Interregnum, and the Restoration of King Charles II, of whose Court Evelyn was a member.

Extract. Evelyn, John (–), diarist and writer, was born on 31 October at Wotton in Surrey, the second son and fourth child of Richard Evelyn (–) and his wife, Eleanor (–), daughter of John Stansfield (d. ) and his wife, Elianor, née. John Bonehill explores John Evelyn's views of the house and gardens at Wotton in Surrey, the Evelyn family seat.

Buried among the voluminous collections of correspondence, literary manuscripts and family papers held in the British Library’s John Evelyn Archive is a folio of drawings (Add MS A-S). Book Description: A prolific author and founding member of the Royal Society, John Evelyn () was one of the most remarkable intellectuals in late seventeenth-century English society.

While his diary has long been considered second only to that of Samuel Pepys in importance, until quite recently his papers were inaccessible to scholars. The Diary of John Evelyn () is one of the principal literary sources for life and manners in the English seventeenth century. Evelyn was one of an influential group of men which included Wren, Pepys and Boyle; a founding member of the Royal Society, he was also a friend of Charles II, a Commissioner for sick seamen and prisoners of war during the Dutch Wars, a prime mover behind 3/5(1).

The English author John Evelyn () is remembered today for his diary. He was known to his contemporaries as the author of a number of treatises on gardening, engraving, pollution, coins, conservation of forests, and navigation.

John Evelyn was born on Oct. 31,at Wotton in Surrey. He was brought up by his maternal grandmother and attended. John Evelyn ( – ) John Evelyn (), diarist, scholar and horticulturalist, died years ago at his much beloved birthplace, Wotton House, Surrey, aged Boar or hedgehog seal on Evelyn deed, (SHC ref /3/10/2).

Diary And Correspondence Of John Evelyn, F.R.S (George Bell and Sons, London, ) Vol. 2, Page "Pedigree of the Evelyn Family" Douglas D. Chambers, ‘Evelyn, John (–)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, ; online edn, Jan accessed 12 Nov ; Wikipedia:John_Evelyn.

The early life and education of John Evelyn, Item Preview remove-circle Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).

Author. Diarist. Born in Wotton, Surrey, England, the second son of Richard Evelyn, a gunpowder manufacturer, he grew up in Lewes.

He was educated at Balliol College, Oxford and at the Middle Temple. A Royalist, he fled England during the Civil War and traveled in Italy and France. By he had joined the throng of.

Diarist and virtuoso Evelyn's varied life and wide range of interests are reflected in his writings, on subjects as diverse as forestry, engraving, numismatics, air pollution and refrigeration. A Founder Fellow of the Royal Society (), Evelyn wrote the first book to be published by the Society, Sylva, or a Discourse on Forest Trees (), in which he argued for a policy of tree planting.

Hitherto John Evelyn has principally been known from his Diary. The Archive allows him to be seen in his true milieu, that of the community of seventeenth century intellectuals who aimed to establish a major programme of scientific and technological development, linked with social and economic progress.

Evelyn, John (, Surrey, England, 31 October ;England, 27 February ) arboriculture, horticulture. Evelyn was the grandson of George Evelyn, principal manufacturer of gunpowder under Queen Elizabeth, and the second son of Richard Evelyn, high sheriff of Surrey and Sussex in – The diary of John Evelyn by Evelyn, John, Publication date Topics Evelyn, John, Publisher Washington [D.C.] & London M.

Dunne Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of unknown library Language English. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Letters of John Evelyn, GB Leeds University Library: referencedIn: Wilberforce, Samuel, Introduction to The life of Mrs.

Godolphin by John Evelyn, [ca. ]. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: creatorOf: Evelyn, John, John Evelyn John Evelyn in Biographical Summaries of Notable People. John Evelyn was born on October 31in Kingdom of England.

John Evelyn of Wotton was born in Juneto Rev William Evelyn and Margaret Evelyn. John married Anne Evelyn on April 14at age   Memoirs of John Evelyn Comprising His Diary, fromand a Selection of His Familiar Letters, to Which Is Subjoined, the Private Corresp Evelyn John