6 edition of Biographies by Lord Macaulay Contributed to the Encyclopædia Britannica found in the catalog.
May 3, 2001
by Adamant Media Corporation
Written in English
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Biographies by Lord Macaulay contributed to the encyclopaedia Britannica. By Baron Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay.
Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Encyclopaedia Britannica. Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, Biographies by Lord Macaulay, contributed to the Encyclopædia Britanica. With notes of his connection with Edinburgh, and extracts from his letters and speeches.
Written in the reporting style of phonography. Napier had died, and the new editor was T.S. Traill (–), professor of medical jurisprudence at Edinburgh University. He was assisted by nine “regular staff of the Encyclopædia,” mentioned in the preface.
A selection of notable contributors to the eighth edition is provided in the table. Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron Macaulay, in full Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron Macaulay of Rothley, (born OctoRothley Temple, Leicestershire, England—died DecemCampden Hill, London), English Whig politician, essayist, poet, and historian best known for his History of England, 5 vol.
(–61); this work, which covers the period –, secured his. Early life. Macaulay was born at Rothley Temple in Leicestershire on 25 Octoberthe son of Zachary Macaulay, a Scottish Highlander, who became a colonial governor and abolitionist, and Selina Mills of Bristol, a former pupil of Hannah More.
They named their first child after his uncle Thomas Babington, a Leicestershire landowner and politician, who had married Zachary's sister h: Victoria. BIOGRAPHIES BY LORD MACAULAY Contributed to the Encyclopaedia Britannica with notes of his Connection with Edinburgh and Extracts from his Letters and speeches Macaulay, Lord Published by Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh ().
The so-called New Encyclopædia Britannica (or Britannica 3) had a unique three-part organization: a single Propædia (Primer for Education) volume, which aimed to provide an outline of all known, indeed knowable, information; a volume Micropædia (Small Education) ofshort articles (strictly less than words); and a volume Macropædia (Large Education) of 4, longer.
Get this from a library. Biographies: contributed to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. With notes on his connection with Edinburgh, and extracts from his letters and speeches. [Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay, Baron; Adam Black; Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.].
Notes on Lord Macaulay's parliamentary connection with Edinburgh [by "A.B."]--Francis AtterburyJohn BunyanOliver goldsmithSamuel JohnsonWilliam Pitt. Responsibility: by Lord Macauley, contributed to the Encyclopædia Britannica ; with notes of his connection with Edinburgh, and extracts from his letters and speeches.
The Miscellaneous Writings of Lord Macaulay: Contributions to the Edinburgh review. Contributions to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Miscellaneous poems, inscriptions, etc Volume 2 of The Miscellaneous Writings of Lord Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay: Author: Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay: Publisher.
THE MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS AND SPEECHES OF LORD MACAULAY. Contributions To The Encyclopaedia Britannica And Miscellaneous Poems, Inscriptions, Etc. By Thomas Babington Macaulay VOLUME III. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA AND MISCELLANEOUS POEMS, INSCRIPTIONS, ETC. Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron, –, English historian and author, b.
Leicestershire, educated at Cambridge. After the success of his essay on Milton in the Edinburgh Review (Aug., ), he contributed regularly to that journal. He was called to. Biographies by Lord Macaulay (Album 86) Small red calf-bound volume with title page: Biographies by Lord Macaulay contributed to the Encyclopaedia Britannica with notes his parliamentary connections with Edinburgh and extracts from his letters and speeches.
Published by Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh, Biographies contributed to the Encyclopaedia Britannica.: With notes of his connection with Edinburgh, and extracts from his letters and speeches / by Lord Macaulay Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, [ Book: ] At St Paschal Library.
Out of friendship for Mr. Adam Black, the publisher, he contributed to the Encyclopædia Britannica the short biographies of Atterbury, Bunyan, Goldsmith, Johnson, and Pitt, which are among his latest writings; the life of Pitt was finished in August In Macaulay resigned his.
The Miscellaneous Writings of Lord Macaulay by Lord MacAulay; Biographies of Lord Macaulay Contributed to the Encyclopædia Britannica. With Notes of His Connection with Edinburgh, and Extracts from His Letters and Speeches (pp.
Among other causes which he warmly supported were women's suffrage, a thorough reform of metropolitan local government, and the drastic reform or abolition of the House of Lords.
He was also in favour of the direct veto and other temperance legislation. In he published The Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay.The new royal encyclopedia; or, complete modern universal dictionary of arts and sciences on a new and improved plan. containing a digest and display of the whole theory and practice of the liberal and mechanical arts comprising a general repository of ancient and modern literature.
including all the material information that is contained in Chamber's Cyclopedia, the Encyclopædia Britannica.Biographies by Lord Macaulay Contributed to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Selected Writings, edited by John Clive and Thomas Pinney, The Letters, edited by Thomas Pinney, 6 vols., –81; part as Selected Letters, edited by Pinney,