A Quaker defense of their interpretation of scriptures is included in An epistle from the Quakers to the Governor of Barbados in Pepys first met Knep on 6 December I held my tongue and let him go on like a passionate foole. Inand in almost one of his first utterances as Prime Minister of Prussia, Hermann Goering declared that "in National Socialist Germany there is no place for Freemasonry.
Contemporary accounts say he was "not much seen" in the school, and this appears to be true of others in a similar position. Clarendon was a close adviser to two kings, and his intimacy with many of the key events is unrivaled.
None of this should distract from Hooke's inventiveness, his remarkable experimental facility, and his capacity for hard work.
The Life and Death of Mr. This combined anti-Masonic bloc also was used as under-cover machinery for attacking the United States and explains why upon the fall of France, Americans there were shocked to discover so much hatred of themselves; and why in his last radio address to the nation before he fled from Paris, Premier Renaud laid the blame for "France's defeat" on President Roosevelt!
He was brought to "trial" in the Spring ofand sentenced to an imprisonment of thirty years, the first six to be in solitary confinement. Saturday 22 September To my closet, and had it new washed, and now my house is so clean as I never saw it, or any other house in my life, and every thing in as good condition as ever before the fire ; but with, I believe, about 20l.
He did not live in cramped housing, he did not routinely mix with the poor, and he was not required to keep his family in London in the event of a crisis. He was always curious and often acted on that curiosity, as he acted upon almost all his impulses.
Robert was the last of four children, two boys and two girls, and there was an age difference of seven years between him and the next youngest.
He also wrote the harsh and scornfully dismissive Satire Against Reason and Mankind probably beforein which, as elsewhere in his verse, his libertinism seems philosophical as well as sexual.
I was at a wonderful loss upon it and the girl also It made me weep to see it. John Evelyn, the diarist, wrote for the 7th June - See the foundations now laying for a long street and buildings in Hatton Garden designed for a little town, lately an ample garden.
He was granted a large number of patents for inventions and refinements in the fields of elasticity, optics, and barometry. It has been speculated that this work saw little review as the printing was done in small batches in a post-Newtonian age of science and was most likely deemed out of date by the time it was published.
After a long period of relative obscurity he has now been recognised as one of the most important scientists of his age. Pepys had taken to sleeping on his office floor; on Wednesday, 5 September, he was awakened by his wife at 2 a.
In Henry IV forbade Masons to work by the week, or to receive pay on feast days, and ordained that on a day before a holiday when they stopped at 3 P. Busby, an ardent and outspoken Royalist he had the school observe a fast-day on the anniversary of the King's beheadingwas by all accounts trying to preserve the nascent spirit of scientific inquiry that had begun to flourish in Carolean England but which was at odds with the literal Biblical teachings of the Protectorate.
While this position kept him in the thick of science in Britain and beyond, it also led to some heated arguments with other scientists, such as Huygens see above and particularly with Isaac Newton and the Royal Society's Henry Oldenburg.
He was a Royalist and almost certainly a member of a group who went to pay their respects to Charles I when he escaped to the Isle of Wight.
In a debate on the Bill, Mussolini thundered: Broke up, and I home by coach round the town. One of the more-challenging problems tackled by Hooke was the measurement of the distance to a star other than the Sun. Contemporaries perhaps saw his achievements differently from 21st-century readers.
The diary mostly covers work-related matters. He demolished every building but the Chapel and on the vacant ground in built the present Ely Place. Thence to the Swanand there drank: His seat is in the West, and he represents the column of Strength. Coventry come to me, and found me, as God would have it, in my officeand people about me setting my papers to rights; and there discoursed about getting an account ready against the Parliamentand thereby did create me infinite of business, and to be done on a sudden; which troubled me: Carteret to discourse about his account, but Mr.
There he met the natural philosopher Robert Boyleand gained employment as his assistant from about toconstructing, operating, and demonstrating Boyle's "machina Boyleana" or air pump.
Oliver Cromwell had died just a few years before, creating a period of civil unrest and a large power vacuum to be filled. Robert published thological defences of Quakers, the title of one of which is illuminating:This webpage is for Dr.
Wheeler's literature students, and it offers introductory survey information concerning the literature of classical China, classical Rome, classical Greece, the Bible as Literature, medieval literature, Renaissance literature, and genre studies.
An evaluation on a diary extract on the Great Fire of London written by Samuel Pepys. Samuel Pepys () had a successful career in public service as a naval administrator and was a confidante of two Kings whom he served – Charles II and James II. The HyperTexts English Poetry Timeline and Chronology English Literature Timeline and Chronology World Literature Timeline and Chronology This is a timeline of English poetry and literature, from the earliest Celtic, Gaelic, Druidic, Anglo-Roman, Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman works, to the present day.
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