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William Godwin’s History of the Commonwealth of England (1824–28) is usually considered solely in relation to its representation of the English Revolution and Civil War, and its engagement or otherwise with various religious and constitutional controversies. Yet Godwin’s History also has...
Dr Simon Horobin has recently written an interesting critique of an earlier essay of the present author that argued the value of reflecting on whether one of the scribal hands in Dublin, Trinity College, MS 244, may have been that of Adam Pynkhurst or not, the man now celebrated as the copyist,...
The essay identifies George Hickes’s Thesaurus Linguarum Septentrionalium (1703–05) as the first attempt to describe the records of Old English as varied by dialect and examines several forms of linguistic and cultural idea-making in the seventeenth century that found expression in Hickes’s...
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