Horace Walpole, writer, politician and connoisseur; essays on the 250th anniversary of Walpole's birth. Edited by Warren Hunting Smith.

; Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1967.

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Other Authors Smith, Warren Hunting, 1905-
Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797.
Subjects Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797.
Description xii, 358 p. illus., facsim., port. 26 cm.
Notes --Two part played by Horace Walpole and James Boswell in the quarrel between Rousseau and Hume; a reconsideration, by F.A. Pottle.--Walpole and Pearch, by H.W. Liebert.--Horace Walpole and Edmond Malone, by J.M. Osborn.--Appendix I. Walpole's purchases of porcelain, by F.J.B. Watson.--Appendix II. Items falsely labelled as Dr. Dee's, by H. Tait.--Appendix III. Walpole's annotations to Lady Mary's poems, by R. Halsband.--Appendix IV. Reply to Walpole's letter to Rousseau, by F.A. Pottle.
Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Horace Walpole and the politics of the early years of the reign of George III, by J. Brooke.--The only unadulterated Whig, by A.S. Foord.--Horace Walpole's political articles, 1747-49, by R. Sedgwick.--Walpole and the Duke of Newcastle, by G.L. Lam.--Walpole, pro-American, by B. Knollenberg.--Walpole's reflections on the revolution in France, by R.A. Smith.--Horatius Italicus, by W.H. Smith.--The Elizabethan Walpoles, by R.W. Ketton-Cremer.--Horace Walpole and the knight of the brush, by F.W. Hilles.--The earlier owners of Walpole's books, by A.T. Hazen.--A note on the prints at Strawberry Hill, by A.H. Mayor.--Walpole and the taste for French porcelain, by F.J.B. Watson.--The devil's looking glass; the magical speculum of Dr. John Dee, by H. Tait.--Walpole versus Lady Mary, by R. Halsband.--The theatre of Geo. 3, by C.B. Hogan.--Two unpublished fairy tales by Horace Walpole, by A.D. Wallace.
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