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Letters from an English traveller in Spain, in 1778

Dillon, John Talbot Sir

Letters from an English traveller in Spain, in 1778

on the origin and progress of poetry in that kingdom: with occasional reflections on manners and customs; and illus. of the romance of Don Quixote, adorned with portraits of the most eminent poets.

by Dillon, John Talbot Sir

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Published by Baldwin in London .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Spanish poetry -- History and criticism

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 322 p. port.
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14909218M

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Adorned with Portraits of the most eminent Poets. Sed idem Pacis eras, mediusque belli. Hor. London, Printed. Letters from an English Traveller in Spain in with illustrations of the romance of Don Quixote, London, A Political Survey of the Sacred Roman Empire, London, On the constitution and structure of the Holy Roman Empire.

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Dillon's published works were: 1. ‘Travels through Spain in a series of Letters, including the most interesting subjects contained in the Memoirs of Don G.

Bowles and other Spanish writers,’ London,4to. ‘Letters from an English Traveller in Spain in with illustrations of the romance of Don Quixote,’ London, Letters on the English or Lettres Philosophiques, c. Introduction Francois-Marie Arouet, known by his assumed name of Voltaire, was born at Paris, Novem in Spain by the Rev.

Edward Clarke and Richard Twiss were soon supple-mented by the more extensive account of Sir John Dillon, and by Robert Southey's articles in the Monthly Magazine and his Letters written during a short residence in Spain and Portugal (Bristol ).

* Those interested in German. it is by Dillon. the same who compiled a large quarto upon Spain from Campomanes Ponce & Bowles. Dillon’s Travels through Spain, with a View to Illustrate the Natural History and Physical Geography of that Kingdom, in a Series of Letters.

Henry Swinburne, Travels through Spain ().2 One of the constants of English accounts of travel in Spain during this era is the stated or implied superiority of England.

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book 2, chap. 3) speaks of the "great rocks and falls" which prevented Cordova, the first circumnavigator of the lake, from descending the San Juan in ; and although the English traveller Gage states that in his time (17th century) vessels reached Granada direct from Spain, there can be little doubt that the rapids are natural obstructions.PREFACE.

The desire which has been repeatedly expressed by persons cognizant of its existence, that the important and interesting manuscript left by Gouverneur Morris should be brought to light—the portion buried in Mr. Jared Sparks’s history as well as the large and more piquant part excluded therefrom—induced me to undertake the work of editing the diary and .The Grand Tour was the 17th- and 18th-century custom of a traditional trip of Europe undertaken by upper-class young European men of sufficient means and rank (typically accompanied by a chaperone, such as a family member) when they had come of age (about 21 years old).

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