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letter to Francis Jeffrey, Esq., editor of the Edinburgh review

by Hope, John Lord Justice Clerk.

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Published by Printed by Walker and Greig, for Manners and Miller, Edinburgh; and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, London in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. Parliament -- Reform.,
  • Edinburgh review (1802)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby an anti-reformist.
    ContributionsJeffrey, Francis Jeffrey, Lord, 1773-1850.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76 p. ;
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23413491M

    A letter to Francis Jeffrey, Esq. on certain calumnies and misrepresentations in the Edinburgh review. Mr. Thelwall's introductory discourse on the nature and objects of elocutionary science with outlines of a course of lectures. The trident of Albion: an epic effusion. Monody on the Right Hon Charles James Fox. Adam Smith, Scottish philosopher and economist, leading figure of the Scottish Enlightenment, widely regarded as the 'father of economics' and founder of the Classical School.. Adam Smith was born Kirkcaldy, Scotland, to a Protestant Whig family of civil servants and lawyers.

    Thomas Moore was closely attuned to the taste and artistic sensibility of his age, but he is remembered now primarily by the Irish, who still sing his songs and claim him as their own. He was a born lyricist and a natural musician, a practiced satirist and one of the first recognized champions of freedom of Ireland. With George Gordon, Lord Byron, and Sir Walter Scott, he embodied British. follows productions like the Chaldee Manuscript, in zine, the Edinburgh Review, Francis Jeffrey, and publish which Lockhart as "the Scorpion" castigated society with ing in Scotland all partake of this quality of propria persona the assistance of James Hogg ("the Ettrick Shepherd") for their authenticity. and John Wilson ("Christopher North").

    Second letter states "I apply to you again for a book to go on with my work, viz. Gorgaud's [sic] account of the battle of Waterloo or campaign of " Third letter written in third person, declares "W. Hazlitt presents his compliments to Mr. Pearson & begs leave to acknowledge the receipt of his obliging letter & to thank him for the. He was a member of several prominent Whig social clubs, notably King of Clubs and Brooks's, where he mingled with rising Whig luminaries like Baron Holland, Richard Sharp, and the Edinburgh Review quartet (Francis Horner, Henry Brougham, Sydney Smith and Francis Jeffrey). Although intellectually curious, Ricardo's earliest interests were in.


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Starting as a village curate with little income and no influential friends, he went to Edinburgh as a tutor, and joined with Jeffrey, Brougham and Horner in founding The Edinburgh Review.

Happily married, he moved in to London, where he was introduced into the Holland House circle, the center of Whig society, of which he became a popular /5.

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