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  1. HISTORY Of The DEVIL, Ancient and Modern.In Two Parts.Part First, Containing, A State of the Devil's Circumstances, From His Expulsion Out of Heaven, to the Creation;With Remarks on the Several Mistakes Concerning His Fall.Part Second, Containing, His More Private Conduct Down to the Present Times;His Government, His Appearances, His Manner of Working, and the Tools He Works With.With a Description of the Devil's Dwelling. by Daniel.1661 (?) - 1731]. [Defoe, 1822
  2. A tour thro the whole island of Great Britain, divided into circuits or journies ... interspersed with useful observations particularly fitted for the perusal of such as desire to travel over the island. By a gentleman. 6th ed., with very great additions, improvements and corrections, which bring it down to the end of the year 1761 Volume 2 by Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe, 2009-10-26
  3. The history and remarkable life of the truly honourable Colonel Jacque commonly called Colonel Jack. With the author's preface, and an introd. by G.H. Maynadier by Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe, 2009-10-26
  4. Remarks on the speeches of William Paul, clerk, and John Hall of Otterburn, esq. : executed at Tyburn for rebellion, the 13th of July, 1716 : in which the government and administration both in church and state, as founded upon the revolution, are vindicated from the treasonable reflections and false aspersions thrown upon them in those speeches, which are inserted at length, as they were deliver'd to the sheriffs. -- by Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe, 2009-10-26
  5. The adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe, 2009-10-26
  6. The Pirate Gow (Caird Library Reprints) by Daniel Defoe, 2009-09-01
  7. Daniel Defoe: His Life by Paula R. Backscheider, 1992-08-01
  8. Daniel Defoe: The Whole Frame of Nature, Time and Providence by Katherine Clark, 2007-09-15
  9. The Storm (Penguin Classics) by Daniel Defoe, 2005-05-31
  10. Robinson Crusoe (Tantor Unabridged Classics) by Daniel Defoe, 2008-06-02
  11. Daniel Defoe: The Life and Strange, Surprising Adventures by Richard West, 1999-12-31
  12. Daniel Defoe (Obras selectas series) by Daniel Defoe, 2004-04-01
  13. Captain Singleton by Daniel Defoe, 2008-04-30
  14. The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders, & C. (Oxford World's Classics) by Daniel Defoe, 2009-04-15

81. Dear Diary Diary Writing As A Genre - Mackenzie King
Among the chief examples are Daniel Defoe s Journal of the Plague Year (1722 of the English language, describes the Coronation of Charles II (1661), the Plague
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"Dear Diary": Diary Writing as a Genre
I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train. " - Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest Mackenzie King's diary writing belongs to a long and established literary tradition. In fact, the diary is one of the most readily recognizable literary forms. A type of autobiographical writing, it is essentially a regularly kept record of the diarist's activities and reflections, ostensibly for the author's use alone, although some diaries are eventually published. Its name is derived from the Latin word dies , meaning "days," which suggests the "day-to-day" nature of the writing. Perhaps because it is viewed as non-fiction, the diary has largely been excluded from serious literary discussion. In fact, it has only recently begun to be recognized as a form of "life writing"or "self-writing," a literary genre that also encompasses autobiography, biography, memoir, correspondence and travel literature. But unlike these other forms, the diary is considered more intimate and immediate, often serving as the basis for more polished works. For instance, George Sand's memoirs, Histoire de ma vie (1855), and Bruce Chatwin's travel narrative

82. Bloomsbury Auctions -
Defoe (Daniel). Fenning (Daniel). copy, torn dustjackets, Oxford, 1952-1957 § Williamson (Claude CH) Readings on the Character of Hamlet, 1661-1947,1950
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English Literature and History Lots 1 - 129
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Art Lots 188 - 278
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Children's and Illustrated Lots 291 - 300
Modern Illustrated Lots 301 - 310 Private Press Lots 311 - 318 Natural History Lots 319 - 344 Travel Lots 345 - 386 Topography Lots 387 - 408 Drawings and Watercolours Lots 409 - 456 18th Century Prints Lots 457 - 493 19th Century Prints Lots 494 - 586 20th Century Prints Lots 587 - 640 Atlases Lots 641 - 651 Foreign Prints Lots 652 - 702 British Prints Lots 703 - 758 All lots are offered subject to the Conditions of Sale and Business
1. Bible, English. The Bible, black letter, woodcut titles, OT lacks Dd2 (supplied in 3pp. old manuscript) and Zz1, many headlines or other margins shaved, some frayed, often with some loss of text, bound after The Genealogies (lacking several ff.) with double-page woodcut map present, 18th century reversed calf, worn, covers detached, [Herbert 341], 4to, Robert Barker, 2. Bible

83. Bo'ness - Historical Timeline From Agricola To Present Day
1648, Witchcraft. 1650, Dymock s Building. 1651, General Lilbourne. 1661, The Population Of The Parish Of Kinneil Was 559. 1726, Daniel Defoe. 1733, Bo ness Harbour.
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Antonine Wall. Antonine Wall Abandoned. th Century St. Serf reached the south shore of the Forth (where Bo'ness is now). th Century Kinneil Estate. th Century Salt Production. th Century Coal. Monks of Holyrood Abbey, Edinburgh. th Century Kinneil Church Battle of Kinneil Muir. Kinneil Estate. Sir Gilbert Hamilton Gives The Funeral Oration At The Burial Of King Robert The Bruce At Dunfermline Abbey. th Century Blackness Castle. Coal and the Pope!

84. Lost Worlds Page 7 - From 1600-1700
16611722 China Reign of the Kangxi emperor in China; Chinese territory extended (Later, England s writer and dissenting Protestant, Daniel Defoe, writes a
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1701: More to come 1700++: England, John Aubrey writes on Stonehenge and Avebury, as one of the founders of prehistorical archaeology. about 1700-ish? William Stukely, "antiquarian", focuses attention on the Roman Wall, Stonehenge and Avebury, sometimes making "fantastic errors" in his readings of evidence.
Basil Williams, The Whig Supremacy, 1714-1760. Oxford Clarendon Press. 1952., p. 370. By the 1700s, larger cities than European cities existed in China, northern India and Central America. 1699: 14 January: William Dampier is appointed by English admiralty to command Roebuck and to make a voyage of discovery to North-Western Australia. He calls at Canary Islands, Cape Verde Islands, Bahia in Brazil, Cape of Good Hope to Australia. He reaches Shark Bay by 26 July. He is sailing by New Guinea by 3 December and thence New Britain, establishing they are not joined. As his ship is deteriorating he then sails to Batavia, Indonesia, and sails from there for England on 17 October 1700. (Dampier died in March 1715.) 1699: William Dampier publishes another book, including "A Discourse of the Winds".

85. Casebook: Jack The Ripper - The Eloquence Of Stone - A Long Look At Christ Churc
We know that he was born in 1661 or thereabouts at East Drayton, a Black Arts; Cox, Jane, London’s East End Life and Traditions; Defoe, Daniel, A Journal of
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86. A Brief History Of Petersfield
On 1 May 1661 Pepys wrote in his diary Up early and baited at In 1726 Daniel Defoe described Petersfield as a town eminent for little but being full of good
A BRIEF HISTORY OF PETERSFIELD By Tim Lambert Dedicated to Duncan Gardner PETERSFIELD IN THE MIDDLE AGES Petersfield was founded in the early 12th century. The name Petersfield is a corruption of the words St Peter's feld. The word feld did not mean field in the modern sense but simply meant any open area without trees. In the early 12th century a church was built on a feld dedicated to St Peter. The surrounding area became known as St Peter's feld. The town of Petersfield was founded in the early 12th century. It was deliberately created by the Earl of Gloucester who owned the land in the area. He started a market by St Peters Church. In those days there were few shops and anyone who wished to buy or sell goods had to go to a market. When a market started craftsmen and merchants would come to live nearby. The Earl divided the land in the area into plots for building houses. The next Earl gave the people of Petersfield a charter. (A charter was a document granting the townspeople certain rights). The first charter given to Petersfield has been lost but we know that it gave the merchants of the town the same rights and privileges as those held by the merchants of Winchester. The charter also gave the merchants of Petersfield the right to form themselves into a body called a guild. After Walter's death the charter was confirmed by his widow. As well as the weekly market there were 2 annual fairs at Petersfield. A fair was like a market except it was held once a year and people would come from all over Southeast England to attend. The 2 fairs were held in June and November. The little town of Petersfield had only 600 or 700 inhabitants, which seems very small to us but in those days settlements were very small. A typical village had only 100-150 inhabitants. By the standards of the time Petersfield was a respectable size.

87. A Time Line For Early American Literature
ed.). 1661, John Evelyn writes first tract on air pollution (London). 1718, Yale University founded. 1719, Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.
A Time Line for Early American Literature
Key: Readings in Norton Anthology.
Literary dates are usually of composition.
Publication dates in parentheses (Note: many dates are disputed) .
See also appendix to Oxford Companion to American Literature
Before 1584 First human migration to North America, 18,000 to 30,000 BC First human archaeological traces in present US Permanent human settlements in Southwest US Epic of Gilgamesh Rise of Maya civilization Greeks destroy Troy Basket maker Indians build pit houses in Southwest US Homer, Iliad and Odyssey Pueblo Indians introduce kiva and cliff dwellings Temple of Sun built at Teotihucan, Mexico Rise of Maya writing, astronomy, mathematics, calendar Peak of Maya civilization in southern Mexico Mound builder Indians in Ohio and Mississippi valley Toltec kingdom in Mexico Rise of Ghana as center of African gold, salt, and slave trade Pueblo period I (houses above ground) (Southwest U. S.) Mayas migrate to Yukatan Pueblo period II (irrigation) Chaco Canyon metropolis of 12 to 16 Pueblos New Maya empire Norsemen discover Greenland Mesa Verde Pueblo center (Southwest Colorado) Sinchi civilization in Peru Pueblo period III (multi-story buildings) Cambridge university founded Rise of Mali, capital Timbuktu, incorporating Ghana

88. English Microform Holdings
Moore, Robert. Checklist of the Writings of Daniel Defoe. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1960. Robert Harley, first Earl of Oxford lived 16611741.
Eighteenth Century English Microform Holdings
by Agnes Haigh Widder
This research guide is one chapter from a much longer work, completed in 1994, titled The Long Eighteenth Century in the Michigan State University Libraries: a Guide to Materials in Social Sciences and Humanities Reference, Art, Microforms, and Special Collections (DA 480 .W5 1994 Consulting Ref and Special Collections). Since it was written there have been significant rearrangements of materials within the M.S.U. Libraries. The Microforms unit has been combined with the Periodical Reading Room (PRR); this is now located on the second floor in the west wing. The guides to the microform sets, noted in this document either under "Guides" below the entries for the film/fiche sets or as "Guide Microforms" as you read along, are located on some shelving in this unit and are labeled "microform guides." The Library location SSHR, Social Sciences and Humanities Reference, no longer exists. Materials are either in Reference, on first floor of the east wing, or in Consulting Reference, in the basement west in room WG 7, in compact shelving. Look in Consulting Reference first, then Reference on the first floor. Baker, John Hamilton.

89. Items Added In The Last 30 Days
YB Bradford, William Bradford Plymouth s faithful pilgrim /, Schmidt, Gary D. Jan 23 2003. Y Defoe, Robinson Crusoe /, Defoe, Daniel, 1661?731, Jan 24 2003.
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Istorie. FRANTA SI CARDINALII, 16101661 de Trad. Robinson Crusoe de Daniel Defoe. Indiana Jones si taina tainelor de Campbell Black.

92. Newsletter 35
For Daniel Defoe, struck by the influx of Huguenot immigrants For Defoe, barbarism was paired with duplicity and His life of Agathocles (1661, reissued in 1676
    William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
    Two Notable Recent Acquisitions no. 35, Spring 2000)
    Bruce Whiteman, Head Librarian, Clark Library
    The Clark Library has recently acquired two wonderfully important items, the first a manuscript and the second a printed book. The manuscript is dated 1634 and is a text called Porta veritatis, sive compendiaria ad beatitudinem. Demonstration of the Messias, part 2 (1699), and states there his opinion that Manasseh was the author and that the work was composed to set out the Jewish objections to Christianity. Kidder, who died in 1703-he and his wife were killed in bed by the falling of a chimney during a storm-willed his copy of the manuscript to Balliol College, where it is now Ms. 251. Despite Kidder's assertion of Manasseh's authorship, however, the Dutch scholar J. M. Hillesum has made a case for the work being by Duarte Pinheiro. A convincing piece of evidence potentially disproving Manasseh as the author is the fact that he was always careful to record his works, both published and not, and the

93. French, Antiquariaat Forum
in 1761 a Parisedition was published, and in 1766 a first French adaptation of Defoe s Robinson was 15. HUET, Pierre Daniel. Paris, Sebastian Cramoisy, 1661.
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'T Groot waerelds Tafereel verbeeldende in konstprenten de Heilige en Waereldsche Geschiedenissen, zedert den Aanvang des Waerlds tot het uiteinde van de openbaring van Joannes. Zijnde yder konst-prent in 't byzonder opgeheldert door Godsgeleerde, wysgeerige en waereldlyke uitleggingen, beneffens de Tydrekeningen der Kerkelyke en Waereldsche Geschiedenissen tot aan der Apostelen dood: Mitsgaders een Geestelyke land-beschryving, Vertaald, en met vaersen verrykt door A. ALEWYN , F. op Bat.
M. GARGON . Amsterdam, J. Lindenbergh, 1721. Two frontispieces, 4 engraved vignettes all coloured by hand and heightened with gold, and 140 half-page engraving by R. de Hooghe and head and tail pieces by C. Luyken and C. Huyben.
The Dutch "Statenbijbel" bound together with the Romeyn de Hooghe printbible. Especially noteworthy are the six maps, including the worldmap in exceptional contemporary handcolouring and heightened with gold.
Good copy. -(Rebacked, somewhat loose in the beginning).

94. I24945: Robert Harley 1st Earl Of Oxford (5 DEC 1661 - 21 MAY 1724)
Birth Date, 5 DEC 1661. He was successful in influencing public opinion by employing the English writers Daniel Defoe and, later, Jonathan Swift as political
Robert Harley 1st Earl Of Oxford Birth Date 5 DEC 1661 Death Date 21 MAY 1724 Spouses of Robert Harley 1st Earl Of Oxford Unknown Robert Harley 1st Earl Of Oxford and Unknown spouse had the following children Edward Harley 2nd Earl Of Oxford Notes for Robert Harley 1st Earl Of Oxford Descendants of Robert Harley 1st Earl Of Oxford and ?

95. Interrogation THESAURUS:962
Translate this page prépondérance française-Louis XIV (1661-1715) - Sagnac, Philippe-2ème édition et aventures de Robinson Crusoé-Et autres oeuvres - Defoe, Daniel - 1959 -.

96. Compare Price Uk Product List, Page 1036CONSTITUTIONALISM AND

97. 1600
Pierre Corneille s Oedipe c. 1660 CE. Daniel Defoe born 1660 CE. Charles II (the Stuart family) restored to the throne of England. 1661 CE.
The 17 th Century c. 1600 C.E. William Shakespeare's Hamlet
1600 C.E. Pedro Calderon de la barca born
1602 C.E. Thomas Campion's Observations in the Art of Poesie
1603 C.E. Elizabeth I of England dies; successor is James VI of Scotland (James I of England), son of Mary, Queen of Scots 1604 C.E. Christopher Marlowe's Dr. Faustus
William Shakespeare's Othello
George Chapman's Bussy D'Ambois
John Marston's The Malcontent
1605 C.E. Miguel de Cervantes (saavedra)'s El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha The History of the Valorous and Wittie Knight-Errant, Don Quixote of the Mancha
On Nov.5 Guy Fawkes tries to blow up the king at the palace of Westminster c. 1605 C.E. William Shakespeare's King Lear
c. 1606 C.E. William Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra
1606 C.E. John Lyly dies Edmund Waller born Pierre Corneille born William Shakespeare's Macbeth Thomas Dekker's The Seven Deadly Sinnes of London: Drawne in Seven Severall Coaches, Through the Citie Bringing the Plague with Them Union Jack Flag adopted in Britain 1607 C.E.

98. Neulateinische Utopien Im Alten Reich(1555-1741)
Translate this page gattungsbildend gewirkt wie zweihundert Jahre später der Robinson (1719) des Daniel Defoe. Text ist als Leittext die 6.Auflage, Amsterdam 1661, benutzt worden
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[Leitseite Kongress] [Homepage of the conference] Utopia , dieses absichtlich oder versehentlich schief gebildete Graecolatinum des Thomas Morus mit der Bedeutung "Nirgendwo", "Nirgendwo-Land", "Nirgendheim" ist in alle großen modernen Sprachen eingegangen; überdies hat das Titelwort gattungsbildend gewirkt wie zweihundert Jahre später der Robinson (1719) des Daniel Defoe. So wie sich die "Robinsonade" zunächst durch ihren Bezug auf das Gründungswerk der Gattung definiert, so hat auch die in vielen Sprachen verbreitete "Utopische Literatur" ihren Prototyp. Die Utopia, libellus vere aureus des Morus, den "Sonnenstaat" des Campanella und die "Neue Atlantis" des Francis Bacon. In einem Taschenbuch ist diese Trias – in deutscher Übersetzung – seit 1960 in 26 Auflagen mehr als 100000mal gedruckt worden Von Stiblins Eudaemonensium Republica , der ersten Schrift in der Nachfolge der 1516 erstmals publizierten Utopia . Andreaes Christianopolis . Keplers Somnium . Die Nova Atlantis . Ein Facsimile der Erstausgabe von Bidermanns Utopia ist Teil eines Dissertationsdruckes von Margrit Schuster . Die Scydromedia Inwieweit hat die Germania latina Autor Titel Erscheinungsort Thomas Morus Utopia Paris Basel Basel Florenz Basel Wittenberg Frankfurt/M.

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Page 1 of 7 Sale L03412: witchcraft and the occult: selected books from the collection of the late robert lenkiewicz (20 November 2003) Lot No. Title Description Estimate Price AGRIPPA, HENRICUS CORNELIUS. 8vo (157 x 99mm.), woodcut initials, later straight-grained morocco, spine gilt in compartments, title-page a little worn, a few marginal wormholes, occasional light staining, extremities slightly rubbed AGRIPPA, HENRICUS CORNELIUS. De occulta philosophia libri tres. [Cologne: Johannes Soter?], (July 1533) folio (295 x 185mm.), woodcut portrait of Agrippa on title-page, woodcut initials and illustrations, contemporary south German/Austrian blind-stamped pigskin over bevelled wooden boards, clasps, lacking the final blank leaf, slightly damp-stained and damaged at end, some leaves lightly spotted, binding rubbed AGRIPPA, HENRICUS CORNELIUS.

100. Literature And Place: Queenborough
The Mayor of Quinborough (1661), bien que non
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Author Extract Defoe Daniel Les impressions de Defoe de Queenborough, enregistrées dans son oeuvre 'A Tour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain' (1722-5),semblent avoir été colorées par sa découverte qu'un lieu si modeste a été attribué à deux parlementaires, au même titre que des régions plus peuplées et économiquement plus importantes de Londres... Forrest Ebenezer Hogarth William ... Thomas Le travail de Middleton est connu pour la plupart pour 'The Honest Whore' (1604), 'The Changeling' (1622) et 'Women Beware Women' (1625)... Taylor John La population de Londres a doublé entre 1580 et 1600 si bien qu'il y avait abondance de travail pour les bateliers de la Tamise transportant des passagers à travers le fleuve...
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