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Mr. Smirke· Or, The divine in mode

Andrew Marvell

Mr. Smirke· Or, The divine in mode

being certain annotations, upon the Animadversions of the Naked truth. Together with a short historical essay, concerning general councils, creeds, and impositions, in matters of religion. By Andreas Rivetus, Junior. Anagr. Res Nuda Veritas

by Andrew Marvell

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Published by s.n.] in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Croft, Herbert, -- 1603-1691. -- Early works to 1800,
  • Turner, Francis, -- 1638?-1700. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800,
  • Christianity -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMr. Smirke, Divine in mode
    GenreEarly works to 1800, Controversial literature
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1954:27
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 40, [6], 41-64, 61-76, [2] p
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15412229M

    Mr. Smirke, or the divine in a short historical essay concerning general councils etc. Poems a (, ) The Rehearsal transprosed , () Upon Appleton house a Marwick, Sir James D. Edinburgh guilds and crafts (v.d.) a .   Mr. Smirke; or, The divine in mode: being certain annotations upon the animadversions on The naked truth: together with a short historical essay, concerning general councils, creeds, and impositions, in matters of religion, London: Norbrook, D (). Writing the English Republic: Poetry, Rhetoric and Politics, – Cambridge: Cambridge.

      Excerpt from Catalogus Bibliothecæ Harleianæ, Vol. 4: In Locos Communes Distributus Cum Indice Auctorum Aked Truth, or the true State of the primitive Church ; Mr. Smirke; or, the Divine in Mode; being certain Anno tations upon the Animadverfions on Author: Edward Harley. Directions to a painter for describing our naval business in imitation of Mr. Waller: Élégies. An elegy upon the death of my Lord Francis Villiers. - [] Mr. Smirke, Mr. Smirke, or, The divine in mode. Selections: Musick's jubilee: for soprano and mezzo-soprano soli, mixed chorus, and small orchestra Oeuvres choisies.

    A third instance, in Andrew Marvell, Mr. Smirke; or, The Divine in Mode () returns the gambling sense of the expression to the fore: But the Clergy having got this once in the wind, there was no beating them off the scent. Which induced Constantine to think the convening of . His Mr. Smirke, or the Divine in Mode () was a defense of Herbert Croft, bishop of Hereford, against the criticisms of Dr. Francis Turner, master of St. John's College, Cambridge. A far more important work was An Account of the Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government in England, more particularly from the Long Prorogation of Parliament Born:


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Together with a short historical essay, concerning general councils, creeds, and impositions, in matters of religion. By Andreas Rivetus, Junior. Anagr. Res Nuda Veritas [London Australian/Harvard Citation. Marvell, Andrew. Get this from a library.

Smirke, or, The divine in mode: being certain annotations upon the animadversions on The naked truth: together with a short historical essay, concerning general councils, creeds, and impositions, in matters of religion.

[Andrew Marvell]. The divine in mode book title: Mr. Smirke, or, The divine in mode. Selections Extended title: A short historical essay touching general councils, creeds, and impositions in matters of religion.: Very seasonable for allaying the heats of the church.

Written by that ingenious and worthy gentleman Mr. Andrew Marvell, who died a Member of Parliament. Get this from a library. Smirke, or, The divine in mode being certain annotations upon the animadversions on The naked truth: together with a short historical essay, concerning general councils, creeds, and impositions, in matters of religion / by Andreas Rivetus, Junior, anagr.

Res Nuda Veritas. [Andrew Marvell] -- In defence of The naked truth, by Herbert Croft, Bishop of Hereford. Smirke Or, The divine in mode: being certain annotations, upon the Animadversions of the Naked truth.

Together with a short historical essay, concerning general councils, creeds, and impositions, in matters of religion. By Andreas Rivetus, Junior. Anagr. Res Nuda Veritas. This animadverter being against moderation, which the author of “ Naked Truth ” had written his book on purpose to recommend, provoked Marvell to take him to task, in a piece entitled “ Mr.

Smirke, or the divine in mode; being certain annotations upon the animadversions on The Naked Truth, together with a short historical essay concerning.

It is a copy of the first edition of Marvell’s prose pamphlet Mr. Smirke; or, The Divine in Mode (), which includes annotations by him in the margin.

This makes it the only literary. iii) Mr Smirke, or the Divine in Mode; being certain Annotations upon the Animadversions on the Naked Truth; together with a short historical essay concerning General Councils, Creeds, and Impositions in Matters of Religion, by Andreas Rivetus Junior [Andrew Marvell].

Printed London, When Mr. Smirke; or, the Divine in Mode appeared in May it outraged the Anglican establishment. Branded a ‘sheet so seditious and defamatory to Christian Religion’, the authorities moved swiftly to have it suppressed.

Yet while Marvell’s authorship was common knowledge, no action was taken against anyone but the publisher, Nathaniel Ponder, who was briefly detained in the Gatehouse. Smirke: or the divine in mode, with an historical essay concerning general councils.

Defence of John Howe on God's prescience, &c. Account of the. Full text available as part of Early English books online (EEBO): Rutgers restricted. Originally published, inas part of the author's Mr.

Smirke, or, The divine in mode. Reproduction of original in Huntington Library. Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, IWar with France as ally against Holland.

Marvell as "Mr. Thomas" active in Dutch-based anti-French, anti-Catholic fifth column. ISecond edition of Paradise Lost, prefaced by Marvell's poem.

IMr. Smirke: or the Divine in Mode. IThe Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government. IMarvell elected younger warden of Trinity House, London. COVID Resources.

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War with France as ally against Holland. Marvell as "Mr. Thomas" active in Dutch-based anti-French, anti-Catholic fifth column. I Second edition of Paradise Lost, prefaced by Marvell's poem. I Mr. Smirke: or the Divine in Mode. I There can be few publications more richly announced and situated than Marvell’s twinned pamphlets,Mr.

Smirke; or the Divine in ModeandA Short Historical Essay Concerning General Councils, Creeds, and Impositions, in Matters of know exactly what caused him to write them, and the sequence of events that led both up to and down from their publication is unusually fully documented. Smirke: Or, The Divine in Mode (), By then the Metaphysical mode was no longer in fashion, and the book of Marvell’s poems seems to have been desired more for its excellent engraved.

InMr. Smirke; or The Divine in Mode, a work critical of intolerance within the Church of England, was published together with a "Short Historical Essay, concerning General Councils, Creeds, and Impositions, in matters of Religion.".

Jeremy Frank Maule (11 AugustWuppertal, Germany – 25 NovemberCambridge) was a British scholar specialising in English literature and the history of the English language.

He had an especial interest in seventeenth-century poetry and in manuscripts from this period. He was educated at St Paul's Cathedral School, where he sang as a chorister at the funeral of Winston Churchill in.

From Mr. Smirke, or the Divine in Mode, I T hath been the good-nature (and politicians will have it the wisdom) of most governors to entertain the people with public recreations; and therefore to encourage such as could best contribute to their divertisement. Besides single sermons (–5) Turner published: 1.

‘Animadversions on a Pamphlet entitled “The Naked Truth,”’4to (anon.; against Herbert Croft [q. v.]; answered by Andrew Marvell [q. v.], who called Turner ‘Mr. Smirke, or the Divine in Mode,’ alluding to his ‘starched’ demeanour).

2. By Sean McDowell (Seattle University) In Mr. Smirke, Or the Divine in Mode (), while assailing the character of his opponent, Francis Turner, Andrew Marvell advances one of his most famous comparisons of the real-life buffoonery of the Court party to the behavior of actors upon the Restoration stage.

Like Sir Fopling Flutter from George Etherege's The Man of Mode (), Turner. Marvell’s answer to the Animadversions is the best of his prose writings, the title of which, Mr. Smirke, or the Divine in Mode, was suggested by Etheridge’s new comedy, the Man of Mode, or Sir Fopling Flutter.

A Short Historical Essay touching General Councils, Creeds, and Impositions in .