- Author:Edward L Hart,John Nichols
- Publisher:Harvard University Press; 1st edition (July 1, 1974)
- Pages:401 pages
- Subcategory:Arts & Literature
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Annotated and with an Introduction on John Nichols and the Antiquarian and Anecdotal Movements of the late. Harvard University Press Cambridge, Massachusetts 1971.
A Collection of Biographies by John Nichols. Annotated and with an Introduction on John Nichols and the Antiquarian and Anecdotal Movements of the late.
John Nichols (1745–1826) was a leading London printer who inherited the business of his former . 5 Edward L. Hart, (e. Minor Lives. A Collection of Biographies by John Nichols (Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1971), p. xviii
John Nichols (1745–1826) was a leading London printer who inherited the business of his former master and partner, William Bowyer the Younger, in 1777, and rose to be Master of the Stationers’ Company in 1804. xviii. 6 John Nichols, Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century 9 vols (London, 1812–1815) and Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century 8 vols (London, 1817–1858),.
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John Nichols (2 February 1745 - 26 November 1826) was an English poet and book publisher. Nichols was born at Islington, Middleex. His father, Edward Nichols, a baker, son of Bartholomew and Isabella Nichols of Piccadilly, was born on 18 Oct. 1719, and died at Islington on 29 Jan. 1779; and his mother, Anne, daughter of Thomas Wilmot of Beckingham, Gainsborough, was born in 1719, and died on 27 Dec. 1783
A Collection of Biographies. He has augmented the basic sketches by gathering all the pertinent information scattered throughout Nichols’ other writings.
A Collection of Biographies.
John Nichols was an English printer, author and antiquary. Books by John Nichols
John Gough Nichols (1806–1873) was an English printer and antiquary, the third generation in a family publishing business with strong connection to learned antiquarianism.
John Gough Nichols (1806–1873) was an English printer and antiquary, the third generation in a family publishing business with strong connection to learned antiquarianism. The eldest son of John Bowyer Nichols, he was born at his father's house in Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, London, on 22 May 1806. Richard Gough was his godfather. He went to a school kept by a Miss Roper at Islington, where, in 1811, Benjamin Disraeli, his senior by eighteen months, was a schoolfellow
Donald Trump is putting together the most dangerous cabinet in history. Enter John Nichols, veteran political correspondent at The Nation, who has been covering many of these deplorables for decades.
Donald Trump is putting together the most dangerous cabinet in history. Showing no inclination toward moderation, tolerance or genuine bipartisanship, he has assembled a team that is backed with billionaires, CEOs, rigid ideologues and a rogue's gallery of white nationalists, alt-right hatemongers, voter-suppression schemers, immigrant bashers and climate-change deniers.
1780 Thomas Edwards: John Nichols, in Select Collection of Poems with Notes Biographical and Historical (1780-82) 6:103-04.
Hart, "The contributions of John Nichols to Boswell's Life of Johnson" PMLA 67 (1952) 391-410; George B. Schick, "Kind Hints to John Nichols, by Joseph Warton and others" Notes and Queries 201 (February 1956) 76-78; Albert H. Smith, "A Biography of John Nichols" (dissertation, University of London, 1959); Edward. 1780 Thomas Edwards: John Nichols, in Select Collection of Poems with Notes Biographical and Historical (1780-82) 6:103-04.