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  1. Goldsmith's The deserted village; by Oliver Goldsmith 1730?-1774 Pound Louise 1872-1958 ed, 1907-12-31
  2. ...Goldsmith's The traveller and The deserted dvillage; by Oliver Goldsmith 1730?-1774 Tupper Frederick 1871-1950 ed Burns Robert 1759-1796. The cotter's Saturday night Gray Thomas 1716-1771. Elegy written in a country churchyard, 1900-12-31
  3. Oliver Goldsmith (Bloom's Modern Critical Views)
  4. Life and Times of Oliver Goldsmith (The Minerva Library of Famous Books.) by John Forster, 1972-06
  5. Oliver Goldsmith by Clara Kirk, 1967-06
  6. Oliver Goldsmith by Washington Irving, 1972-08
  7. Goldsmith's Animated Nature: A Study of Goldsmith (Yale Studies in English, No 66) by James H. Pitman, 1972-06
  8. Goldsmith As Journalist by Richard C. Taylor, 1993-02
  9. Goldsmith, the Critical Heritage (The Critical Heritage Series) by G. S. Rousseau, 1974-06
  10. Goldsmith: Interviews and Recollections

101. Historical Survey Of Children's Literature In The British Library
of three hundred animals, 1730, which he The story is often ascribed to Oliver Goldsmith, or more probably to Newbery himself....... His first book was A
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Historical survey of children's literature in the British Library
This description of the British Library's holdings of books for children is necessarily brief and selective. In the discussion of the earlier period the emphasis is on rare works. The description of the later period focuses on the publications of the more influential authors. Further details about all the works discussed and the wealth of our holdings of children's literature can be traced in the British Library Public Catalogue 17th century works
18th century works

19th century works
Gallery of images from historic children's books
17th century works
In the seventeenth century, books for children were educational or moral, aimed at driving out original sin. The only surviving copy of an early text book is John Owen's The Primer, or an easie way to teach children the true reading of English. With a necessary catechisme to instruct youth...

102. Arthurian Annals
See Also 1771Oliver Goldsmith; Robert Henry; 1801-John Thelwell; 1804- Arthur s Bower. . See Also 1670-John Milton; 1730-Henry Fielding; 1762-Henry Fielding
Arth urian Annals © Dan Nastali and Phil Boardman Sample Section: Arthurian Works 1805-1810 Annals Previous Next 1805.1 [Broadhurst, Thomas]. "The Cheshire Enchanter." The Manchester Mail , 28 May 1805. Reprinted in Cheshire Gleanings , edited by William Axon. Manchester: Tubbs, Brook, and Chrystal, 1884. Reprinted in Penguin Book of English Folktales , edited by N. Philip, 1992. The legend of an unnamed wizard who leads a farmer to a cave under the Edge where a mighty lord sleeps with countless men and their milk-white horses. It is not specifically Arthurian although the sleepers will arise to fight a great battle to save the country. This version was told by Broadhurst, a servant of the Stanley family at Alderley. Keywords: Primary; folklore; sleeping lord; Alderley Edge; Merlin 1805.2 Donovan, Edward. Descriptive Excursions Through South Wales and Monmouthshire in the Year 1804 and the Four Preceding Summers . London: Printed for the Author, 1805. 2 vols. The work reports on local legends associated with Arthurian sites and devotes ten of its Caerleon pages to a summary of earlier writers on Arthur.

103. 1720
a few days later, on 13 April, aged 38 (see 1730) * An Act 21/9) * Francis Gentleman (actor and playwright) in Dublin * Oliver Goldsmith (playwright, novelist
* 'Declaratory Act' (7 April) defines right of British Parliament to legislate for Ireland, and denies appelate jurisdiction of Irish House of Lords
* James Cotter is executed (7 May) for high treason in supporting the Jacobite cause: his son, (Sir) James Cotter, will later be MP for Askeaton
* The South Sea Bubble crisis forces some City of London companies to sell their Derry/Londonderry holdings, and ruins various Irishmen, including MPs such as James Barry of Naas: Barry is ‘sunk by South Sea from the most plentifull and affluent fortune, to the miserable circumstance of being many thousands worse than nothing. He is now obliged to sell all he has in the world ... his house in Capel Street is going with the rest’
* John Shute Barrington (English politician) is raised to the Irish peerage as baron and viscount
* Digges Street and Little Cuffe Street, Dublin, are ‘opened through the dunghills at the southern end of Aungier Street’ Births * Laurence Dermott (freemason) in Co. Roscommon

104. Index To Tompsett/alan Genealogical Data - Ordered By Lastname
Goldsmith, Mary Ann, b. 12 JUN 1845; Goldsmith, William; Naidment, Jenny; Naidment, Paul; Naidment, Sid; Oliver, Sarah; Pagden OCT 1694; Tomsett, Thomas, b. 5 APR 1730;

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