By N. Maltzahn
This well timed and definitive chronology of Andrew Marvell is an invaluable source for any pupil, historian, literary pupil or basic reader drawn to the lifestyles and works of this nice author. a part of the Palgrave writer Chronologies sequence, this new reference paintings through Professor Nicholas von Maltazhn enhances the present resurgence of curiosity during this canonical author by means of supplying in-depth and new biographical element as a context for Marvell's paintings.
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17 (Wednesday) Anonymous publication of AM’s The First Anniversary of the Government Under His Highness The Lord Protector (‘Printed by Thomas Newcomb, and are to be sold by Samuel Gellibrand at the golden Ball in Pauls Church-yard, near the West-end, Anno Dom: 1655’; dated thus by Thomason, E. 480:1). An impressive panegyric of 402 lines celebrating the anniversary on 16 December 1654, published in a plain and handsome printing of three sheets quarto, 20 leaded lines per page. In service to the Protectorate, AM’s apocalyptic praises of Cromwell’s person and statecraft combine with censure of more radical religion; he is also concerned to explain away Cromwell’s coaching accident (29 September 1654).
Later versions of the story embellish it increasingly, with Biographia Britannica claiming that the mother of the drowned woman supported AM thereafter (see below 1760): ‘Mrs. ) died only in 1653 and her will leaves nothing to AM (Margoliouth 357–9), but such report may reﬂect the sponsorship by her sister Anne Sadleir of AM’s father and family (see 28 April 1627 above; 1653 below). Already in the 1640s, Fuller adds of the rev. Andrew Marvell that ‘His excellent comment upon Saint Peter, is daily desired and expected, if the envy and covetousness of private persons for their own use, deprive not the public of the beneﬁt thereof’.
York, Borthwick Institute, Prob. Reg. 41, 334r–335r) 1632 April 17 (Tuesday) In the Easter season, the rev. Marvell and another minister, Richard Harrington, correspond in four letters energetically disputing Christ’s descent into hell. Puritanically arguing against that tradition, the rev. ’ (BRL 247, 247a, and BRL 247b, the last dated this day) 1633 The depredations of privateers (especially from Dunkirk) and even pirates (‘from Sallee and Algiers’), as well as Dutch claiming ‘a right to ﬁsh on the coasts of England’ leads to raising of ship money, especially in ports such as Hull, and resulting discontents (Tickell 307–8).
Andrew Marvell Chronology (Author Chronologies) by N. Maltzahn