Horace Walpole, writer, politician and connoisseur; essays on the 250th anniversary of Walpole's birth. Edited by Warren Hunting Smith.
- New Haven, Yale University Press, 1967.
- Physical Description:
- xii, 358 p. illus., facsim., port. 26 cm.
- Reference LibraryDA483 W2 H67 (LC)Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Bibliographical footnotes.
- Subject Terms:
- Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797.
- Horace Walpole and the politics of the early years of the reign of George III, by J. Brooke.--The only unadulterated Whig, by A. S. Foord.--Horace Walpole's political articles, 1747-49, by R. Sedgwick.--Walpole and the Duke of Newcastle, by G. L. Lam.--Walpole, pro-American, by B. Knollenberg.--Walpole's relfections on the revolution in France, by R. A. Smith.--Horatius Italieus, by W. H. Smith.--The Elizabethans Walpoles, by R. W. Ketton-Cremer.--Horace Walpole and the knight of the brush, by F. W. Hilles.--The earlier owners or Walpole's books, by A. T. Hazen.--A note on the prints at Strawberry Hill, by A. H. Maynor.--Walpole and the taste for French porcelain, by F. J. B. Watson.--The devil's looking glass; the magical speculum of Dr. John Dee, by H. Talt.--Walpole versus Lady Mary, by R. Halsband.--The theatre of Geo. 3, by C. B. Hogan.--Two unpublished fairy tales by Horace Walpole, by A. D. Wallace.--The part played by Horace Walpole and James Boswell in the quarrel between Rousseau and Hume; a recon