3 edition of The English orator. Books the second and third. By the Rev. Richard Polwhele, ... found in the catalog.
The English orator. Books the second and third. By the Rev. Richard Polwhele, ...
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 899, no. 32.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||93|
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Upon Drogo Matilda bestowed in a grant of lands in Cornwall (Gent. Mag., pt. 26, 98).The family long resided at Polwhele, in the parish of St. Clement, Cornwall, about two miles from Truro, on the. The English orator. A didactic poem. A supplement to the first and second books of the History of Cornwall.
The civil and military history of Cornwall. Letters of Sir Walter Scott addressed to the Rev. Richard Polwhele. A letter from the Rev. Polwhele to the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Exeter. Polwhele, Richard Overview. Works: The English orator.
A didactic poem. Book the first. The second edition. By the Rev. Richard Polwhele by Richard Polwhele () 19 editions published. Biography. Richard Polwhele's ancestors long held the manor of Treworgan, 4 3/4 miles south-east of Truro in Cornwall, which family bore as arms: Sable, a saltire engrailed ermine.
He was born at Truro, Cornwall, and met literary luminaries Catharine Macaulay and Hannah More at an early age. He was educated at Truro Grammar School, where he precociously published The Occupation: Clergyman.