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Oculus Britanniæ

N. Amhurst

Oculus Britanniæ

an heroi-panegyrical poem on the university of Oxford. Illustrated with divers beautiful similes, and useful digressions.

by N. Amhurst

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Published by printed for R. Francklin in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 874, no. 2.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[8],64p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17037606M


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Oculus Britanniæ: an heroi-panegyrical poem on the university of Oxford. Illustrated with divers beautiful similes, and useful digressions. (Amhurst, N. (Nicholas), ) [8],64p. Oculus Britanniæ: an heroi-panegyrical poem on the university of Oxford. Illustrated with divers beautiful similes, and useful digressions.

Nicholas Amhurst (16 October – 27 April ) was an English poet and political writer. Life. Amhurst was born at Marden, was educated at Merchant Taylors' School, and at St John's College, he was expelled from the university, ostensibly for his irregularities of conduct, but in reality (according to his own account) because of his whig principles.

Oculus Britanniæ: an heroi-panegyrical poem on the university of Oxford. Illustrated with divers beautiful similes, and useful digressions. Amory, Thomas, ?. / [] The life of John Buncle: Esq; containing various observations and reflections, made in several parts of the world; and many extraordinary relations.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. In Amhurst published ‘The British General, a Poem sacred to the memory of John Duke of Marlborough,’ in ‘The Conspiracy,’ inscribed to Lord Cadogan, and in ‘Oculus Britanniæ,’ a satirical poem on his old enemy the university of Oxford.

Of his subsequent literary career we have few particulars. Books in Newton’s Library. Based by kind permission of Cambridge University Press on John Harrison, The Library of Isaac Newton [Cambridge: CUP, ]. The following entries are in the order that Harrison catalogued them, with their appropriate Harrison-number.

nice condition heavy and thick octavo-sized hardcover book in dust jacket. no writing or markings in the text, no torn or missing pages; no ownership markings.

original bindings with only light wear. light wear to dust jacket and light fraying to top edges. a scarce and handsome book. This is a compressed facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book.

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