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Fri Mar 21 17:07:25 2014 UTClccn-n801262970.39The castle of Otranto0.570.84A catalogue of the royal and noble authors of England with lists of their works17231985Horace_Walpolen 80126297506739Descartes 1717-1797Dorset Anne 1717-1797Frédéric roi de Prusse 1717-1797H.W.H. W. 1717-1797H.W. (Horace Walpole), 1717-1797Hearne jun. Thomas 1717-1797Horace WalpoleHoratio Walpole, 4th Earl of OrfordHōrēs Valpōl, 1717-1797Julio 1717-1797Marshal, WilliamMarshal, William, 1717-1797Marshal, William, pseud. de Horace WalpoleMarshall, William, 1717-1797Marshall, William, pseud. de Horace WalpoleMontgomery 1717-1797Muralto, OnuphrioMuralto, Onuphrio, 1717-1797Muralto, Onuphrio, pseud. de Horace WalpoleOrford, 1st Earl of, 1718-1797Orford, Horace of 1717-1797Orford, Horace Walpole, 4th Earl of, 1717-1797Orford, Horace Walpole, comte d'Orford, Horace Walpole, Earl of, 1717-1797Orford, Horatio, Earl Of, 1717-1797Orford, Horatio Walpole of 1717-1797Oxford, Horace of 1717-1797Pembroke 1717-1797Uolpol, Gorat︠s︡iĭ, 1717-1797Uolpol, Goratsij.Uopol, Goracij.Vālpōl, Hōrēs, 1717-1797Vandyke 1717-1797W., H. 1717-1797W., H. (Horace Walpole), 1717-1797Walpole, HoraceWalpole, Horace, 4th Earl of OrfordWalpole, Horace, 4th Earl of Orford, 1717-1797.Walpole, Horace, Earl of Orford 1717-1797Walpole, Horace, Earl of Oxford 1717-1797Walpole, Horace, hrabě z Orfordu, 1717-1797Walpole, Horace WilliamWalpole, Horacio, 1717-1797Walpole, HoratioWalpole, Horatio, 1717-1797Walpole, Horatio, 4th Earl of OrfordWalpole, HorationWalpole, Horatius 1717-1797Walpole, Horaz 1717-1797Walpole of Orford, Horace 1717-1797Walpole of Oxford, Horace 1717-1797Walpole von Orford, Horaz 1717-1797Wapole, Horace William 1717-1797Woolterton, Horace 1717-1797Woolterton, Horace W. 1717-1797Woolterton, Horace Walpole 1717-1797Xo Ho 1717-1797ウォルポール, ホレスlccn-n50072237Lewis, W. S.(Wilmarth Sheldon)1895-1979auiothspkedtnc-strawberry hill twickenham london englandStrawberry Hill (Twickenham, London, England)lccn-n50053166Strawberry Hill Press (Twickenham, London, England)prtlccn-n50014642Toynbee, Paget Jackson1855-1932othcomedtlccn-n83190962Smith, Warren Hunting1905-othcomedtlccn-n50050842Ketton-Cremer, Robert Wyndham1906-lccn-n81142223Vertue, George1684-1756illctbedtlccn-n83229498Du Deffand, Marie de Vichy Chamrondmarquise1697-1780viaf-251780610Wallace, Alva Dayle1908-edtlccn-n80037043RichardIIIKing of England1452-1485Walpole, Horace1717-1797HistoryFictionRecords and correspondenceBiographySourcesBibliographyRegistersPortraitsCatalogsBibliography‡vCatalogsWalpole, Horace,Great BritainInheritance and successionAuthors, EnglishEnglandManners and customsNobilityArt--Collectors and collectingItalyHorror tales, EnglishLegislatorsEnglish fictionStrawberry Hill Press (Twickenham, London, England)EngraversPolitical sciencePaintingHume, David,Franklin, Benjamin,Eighteenth centuryBurke, Edmund,Herbert of Cherbury, Edward Herbert,--Baron,Strawberry Hill (Twickenham, London, England)CastlesPaintersRichard--III,--King of England,Anglo-Spanish War (1739-1748)LibrariesVampiresBook collectingEngland--Richmond upon Thames--TwickenhamEnglish literatureAsiaTalesLewis, W. S.--(Wilmarth Sheldon),Intellectual lifeFriendshipIntellectualsArtistsWalpole, Robert,--Earl of Orford,Bath, William Pulteney,--Earl of,Conway, Henry Seymour,Nobility--CorrespondenceAuthors, English--CorrespondenceGothic revival (Literature)Early printed booksLettersPrivate librariesAmbassadorsFantasy fiction, EnglishPainting--Private collections171717971719172517281730173117331734173517361737173817391740174117421743174417451746174717481749175017511752175317541755175617571758175917601761176217631764176517661767176817691770177117721773177417751776177717781779178017811782178317841785178617871788178917901791179217931794179517961797179817991800180118021803180418051806180718081809181018111812181318151816181718181819182018211822182318241825182618271828183018331834183518361837183818391840184218431844184518461847184818491851185218531854185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320147139832137465828.609DA483.W2ocn010199599ocn002503042ocn003043554ocn001866842ocn002117546ocn003048519ocn006639422ocn001878514ocn681509461ocn048390167ocn002350494ocn004307926ocn002583167ocn006854820ocn003054535ocn004413217ocn681109667ocn002958673ocn009380930ocn001581173ocn257921444ocn465599218ocn464785387ocn464785391ocn464736987ocn464785393ocn004401467ocn078799193ocn185553476ocn469809943ocn460577168ocn461164617ocn461161910ocn186115521ocn459896544ocn720529105ocn844033143ocn844033147ocn077802885ocn078549853ocn048122656ocn658959349ocn765426134ocn661481837ocn441728414ocn837559279ocn869367202ocn869870732ocn869366693ocn311772027ocn494652560ocn494718348ocn458069022ocn458123001ocn612990599ocn3115586729554555ocn049294029book10690.39Walpole, HoraceThe castle of OtrantoFictionIllustrationsHorror talesOn the day of his wedding, Conrad, heir to the house of Otranto, is killed under mysterious circumstances. His calculating father, Manfred, fears that his dynasty will now come to an end and determines to marry his son's bride himself--despite the fact he is already married. But a series of terrifying supernatural omens soon threaten this unlawful union, as the curse placed on Manfred's ancestor, who usurped the lawful Prince of Otranto, begins to unfold+-+15256902263241079139ocn190794468book17620.76Walpole, HoraceAnecdotes of painting in England with some account of the principal artists; and incidental notes on other arts; collected by the late Mr. George Vertue; and now digested and published from his original MSS. by Mr. Horace WalpoleHistoryBiographyDictionariesPortraitsAnecdotesSources93888ocn642650548file17620.79Walpole, HoraceA catalogue of engravers who have been born, or resided in England ; digested by Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford, from the Mss. of Mr. George Vertue ; to which is added An account of the life and works of the latterHistoryBiographyRegisters88558ocn000960767book17680.70Walpole, HoraceHistoric doubts on the life and reign of King Richard the ThirdHistoryBiography+-+34441467967113ocn000978598book19670.59Smith, Warren HuntingHorace Walpole, writer, politician and connoisseur; essays on the 250th anniversary of Walpole's birth66733ocn000336953book18450.70Walpole, HoraceMemoirs of the reign of King George the ThirdHistorySources64948ocn083418471file17570.76Walpole, HoraceA letter from Xo Ho a Chinese philosopher at London, to his friend Lien Chi at PekingRecords and correspondence59149ocn083489102book17400.81Walpole, HoraceThe mysterious mother. A tragedyDramaBound with: Commerelliana: an heroic poem in Two Parts, by Lyricus Rusticus, pseud. [printed item]53745ocn083501513file17580.84Walpole, HoraceA catalogue of the royal and noble authors of England with lists of their worksBio-bibliographyBiographyBibliography4705ocn001346234book19630.56Walpole, HoraceHorace Walpole: memoirs and portraitsHistoryPolitical and social memoirs of English life, from 1751 to 177139123ocn083399188com17420.70Walpole, HoraceThe lessons for the day Being the first and second chapters of the Book of preferment39170ocn019226380book17740.76Walpole, HoraceA description of the villa of Mr. Horace Walpole, youngest son of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, at Strawberry-Hill near Twickenham, Middlesex34517ocn083277373com17640.76Walpole, HoraceA counter-address to the public, on the late dismission of a general officerA reply to William Guthrie's address to the public ... concerning General Conway's conduct34237ocn000118200book18460.70Walpole, HoraceMemoirs of the reign of King George the SecondHistory3177ocn011343996book19820.81Walpole, HoraceHieroglyphic tales : (1785)30132ocn253038260file17960.76Walpole, HoraceJeffery's edition of The castle of Otranto a Gothic story. Translated by William Marshal, Gent. from the original Italian of Onuphrio Muralto, Canon of the Church of St. Nicholas at Otranto30134ocn085860085book17430.79Walpole, HoraceÆdes Walpolianæ or, a description of the collection of pictures at Houghton-Hall in Norfolk, the seat of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of OrfordCatalogsDesigns and plansPoetry28926ocn010199599book17640.79Herbert of Cherbury, Edward HerbertThe life of Edward lord Herbert of CherburyHistoryMilitary historyBiography"Some years ago the following pages would have been reckoned one of the greatest presents which the learned world could have received. The Life of the famous Lord Herbert of Cherbury, written by himself, would have excited the curiosity of the whole republic of letters. Perhaps a less proportion of expectation may attend this its late appearance. Not that the abilities of the noble writer have fallen into disesteem. His reign of Henry the eighth is allowed to be a masterpiece of historic biography. But they were his speculative works, which, raising a multitude of admirers or censors from their acuteness and singularity, made lord Herbert's a name of the first importance. The many great men, who illustrated the succeeding period, have taken off some of the public attention; for it is only a genius of the first force, whose fame dilates with ages, and can buoy itself up above the indifference which steals upon mankind, as an author becomes less and less the subject of conversation. Speculative writers, however penetrating, however sublime their talents, seldom attain the seal of universal approbation, because, of all the various abilities which Providence has bestowed on man, reasoning is not the power which has been brought to standard perfection. Poetry and eloquence have been so far perfected, that the great masters in those branches still remain unequalled. But where is that book of human argumentation, where that system of human opinions, which has not been partly confuted or exploded? Novelty itself in matters of metaphysical inquiry often proves, in effect, a confutation of antecedent novelties. Opponents raise the celebrity of the doctrines they attack: newer doctrines stifle that celebrity. This is a truth, which the bigots of lord Herbert's age would not have liked to hear; but what has happened to many other great men, has been his fate too: they who meant to wound his fame, extended it: when the cry of enthusiasts was drawn off to fresher game, his renown grew fainter. His moral character recovered its lustre, but has fewer spectators to gaze at it. This introduction to his life may not be improper, though at first it may mislead the reader, who will hence perhaps expect from his own pen some account of a person's creed, whom a few Scottish zealots once represented as having none at all. His lordship's thorough belief and awful veneration of the Deity will clearly appear in these pages; but neither the unbeliever nor the monk will have farther satisfaction. This life of a philosopher is neither a deduction of his opinions nor a table of philosophy--I will anticipate the reader's surprise, though it shall be but in a word: to his astonishment he will find, that the history of Don Quixote was the life of Plato"--Book. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)28728ocn083482125com17470.76Walpole, HoraceA letter to the Whigs. Occasion'd by the Letter to the ToriesPamphlets28018ocn000421451book18580.73Walpole, HoraceThe last journals of Horace Walpole during the reign of George III, from 1771-1783History+-+6376128996171430ocn016729306book18930.50Honour, HughHorace WalpoleHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondenceThis 1890 biography of the English historian, politician, man of letters, and author of the first gothic novel, The Castle of Otranto (1764), is written in a light and anecdotal style yet with sound literary judgment. Walpole has an almost perfect memoirist in Mr. Dobson, was the verdict of the New York Times145023ocn000420680book19400.56Ketton-Cremer, R. WHorace Walpole; a biographyBiography10867ocn000689203book19260.53Walpole, HoraceSelected letters of Horace WalpoleHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence104912ocn000357796book19600.53Lewis, W. SHorace Walpole94013ocn000203790book19590.53Lucas, F. LThe art of living; four eighteenth-century minds: Hume, Horace Walpole, Burke [and] Benjamin Franklin9315ocn000191835book19710.47Kallich, MartinHorace WalpoleCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Horace Walpole8403ocn000288059book19510.39Shepard, OdellJenkins' ear; a narrative attributed to Horace Walpole, EsqFiction77129ocn003505528book18900.70Dobson, AustinHorace Walpole, a memoir, with an appendix of books printed at the Strawberry hill pressHistoryBiographyBibliography71917ocn003653660book19320.59Gwynn, Stephen LuciusThe life of Horace WalpoleHistoryBiography5815ocn000343095book19510.63Lewis, W. SCollector's progress"Story of the [author's] Walpole collection."5558ocn001133559book19610.76Walpole, HoraceHorace Walpole's correspondence with Henry Seymour Conway, Lady Ailesbury, Lord and Lady Hertford, Mrs. HarrisHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence5081ocn003274565book19780.63Walpole, HoraceHorace Walpole's Miscellany, 1786-1795+-+40567555853244952ocn001573702book19650.50Remer, Theodore GSerendipity and The three princes, from the Peregrinaggio of 155748312ocn001242356book19480.70Hazen, Allen TA bibliography of Horace WalpoleBibliography4587ocn001683819book0.59Walpole, HoraceThe Yale edition of Horace Walpole's correspondenceHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceThis digital resource provides free online access tot the complete 48 volumes of "The Yale Edition of Horace Walpole's Correspondence" (Yale University Press, 1937-1983). Users can browse pages as well as search the text for keywords. In addition they can browse by date of correspondence, name of correspondent, illustrations and appendices4432ocn003845549book19780.59Lewis, W. SRescuing Horace WalpoleHistoryBiography43612ocn186561228com17990.76Walpole, HoraceWalpolianaBiography4342ocn009894495book19830.63Fothergill, BrianThe Strawberry Hill set : Horace Walpole and his circleHistoryBiography39217ocn000649476book18840.76Walpole, HoraceHorace Walpole and his world: select passages from his lettersHistoryRecords and correspondence+-+39952426963283ocn000009736book19690.76Hazen, Allen TA catalogue of Horace Walpole's libraryBibliography CatalogsCatalogs+-+1525690226324+-+1525690226324Fri Mar 21 15:20:34 EDT 2014batch134769