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Carlyle and the rectorial election of 1865

Carlyle and the rectorial election of 1865

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Published by Published for The Carlyle Newsletter and obtainable from the Dept. of English Literature in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by K.J. Fielding and Heather Henderson.
SeriesCarlyle pamphlets ;, 1
ContributionsFielding, K. J.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 87/07054 (L)
The Physical Object
Pagination15, 14 p., [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2491235M
LC Control Number87460318

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Carlyle “versus the Devil and All men”: The Ironic Rhetorical Success of Carlyle’s Reminiscences chene heaDy T homas Carlyle’s Reminiscences () received what may be the worst reception of any major Victorian autobiography. The book comprised “a devastating blow” to Carlyle.

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This was all very well, but a doubt lingered in the minds of many whether Mr. Carlyle would accept the office, or if accepting it, whether he would deliver an address--said address being the sole.

letters, and his friend Carlyle busy with the defence of Governor Eyre. In an insurrection of negroes at Morant Bay, Jamaica, had threatened to take the most serious shape, when it was stamped out by the high-handed measures of Mr. Eyre. After the first congratulations were over another side to the question called for a hearing.

The Baptist3/6. “The Negro Question” (), the earliest of the first group, was published in the form of a letter to the editor of Fraser’s replying to Carlyle’s “Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question” published in the preceding number. 31 Mill’s friendship with Carlyle had cooled—indeed, all.

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Joline. Edinburgh introduced Britain to the university centenary, an established form of celebration in continental Europe. The ceremonies in can be seen in the framework of the late nineteenth-century ‘invention of tradition’.

Such events usually asserted the links of the university with national and local communities and with the state. The Edinburgh celebrations marked the opening of a new Cited by: 4. Carlyle Marney Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library: referencedIn: Papers of John Brash, cc, arts graduate of the University of Glasgow, Scotland, Papers concerning the University of Glasgow Rectorial Election A full report of the speeches of Sir Francis Burdett at the late election: the legal arguments upon the last day of the election, particularly the admired speech of Mr.

Plumer are given at full length ; together with a selection of the papers published during the election ; and a preface. The Oxford examiners are severely censured for prescribing Campbell’s Lives of the Chancellors as authoritative, and Carlyle’s Cromwell, a collection of materials rather than a book, is pronounced to be the one good modern history, though Froude denounces, with friendly candour, Carlyle’s “distempered antagonism to the prevailing.

Two foolscap ( x cm) pages. Seventy-three lines of text. On two pieces of aged paper, with wear at head and foot. Text clear and complete. A witty and light-hearted endorsement of Chesterton's candidacy, beginning 'Rumour reaches me that my name & my past misdeeds h[ave]. b[ee]n astonishingly flung into the Rectorial arena.

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The book is of unknown date and authorship, includes myths of late date like the Resurrection, is inconsistent with the Pauline documents, and is not quoted by any early Christian writer.

It is therefore, on the ordinary canons of history, not a document upon which we can rely for events of the first century.I am beginning to feel a little more like an author now that I have had a book banned. The literary life, in this country, begins in jail.

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