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Thrales of Streatham Park

H. L. Piozzi

Thrales of Streatham Park

by H. L. Piozzi

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Published by Harvard U.P. .
Written in English


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Statement[edited by] M. Hyde.
ContributionsHyde, M.
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Open LibraryOL19737367M

At the beginning of twenty-five-year-old Fanny Burney was an unknown. By year's end, however, she had emerged as the author of Evelina, or, A Young Lady's Entrance into the World, a universally acclaimed novel which admirers ranked with the works of Fielding and Richardson. This third of twelve projected volumes of a critical edition of Burney's journals and letters covers the period from. The Thrales divided their time between two London residences: at the brewery compound in Southwark, and at a larger country house at Streatham Park. After the Thrales were introduced to Samuel Johnson in , Streatham Park became the center of an important coterie of literary, artistic, and political figures. Henry Thrale died in

The Streatham Worthies. Henry Thrale was a wealthy brewer with a taste for literary company. During the late s his home at Streatham Park, in south London, became a country retreat for Reynolds, Samuel Johnson and other members of their intellectual the many improvements Thrale made to his estate was a new library to hold books recommended by Johnson and portraits painted . Streatham Park was the seat of the Thrales, and was long the domicile of Dr Johnson. The church was rebuilt in , and its spire in The parish has been divided into eight ecclesiastical districts other than the mother parish of St Leonard-viz., Emmanuel, Christchurch, St Mary's, Holy Trinity, St Peter's, St. Alban's, St Aurelius', and.

  Dr Johnson was nearly He had suffered a stroke the previous year and his legs and feet had swelled as a result of heart failure. Acute emphysema made breathing miserable. For nearly 20 years, the Thrales’ grand country house in Streatham Park was Dr Johnson’s second home. Correspondence of hints at an intimacy of peculiar depths. The Thrales divided their time between two London residences: at the brewery compound in Southwark, and at a larger country house at Streatham Park. After the Thrales were introduced to Samuel Johnson in , Streatham Park became the center of an important coterie .


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The Thrales of Streatham Park. Mary Hyde. Available from De Gruyter sources as the letters between Mrs. Thrale and Samuel Johnson and their journals to fill in the gaps of the “Family Book,” providing a continuous account of the family at home and among friends.

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eBook (PDF) Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online. Please find details to our. Henry's wife, Hester Thrale, was a well regarded author and linguist who published several books and letters. Many of Hester Thrale's works, including her renowned book Anecdotes of the late Samuel Johnson are freely available on The Thrales of Streatham Park.

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Queeney. Source: The Diary and Letters of Madame. The Thrales of Streatham Park, Preface. Harvard Library Bulletin XXIV (2), April Streatham Place, the Thrales’ villa.

In the mid th century, Streatham was still a rural village, but being less than 9 miles from the City, it soon became a fashionable retreat for high society. Henry Thrale and his witty wife, Hester, often entertained leading cultural figures, including Edmund Burke, Joshua Reynolds, David Garrick and, Hester’s favourite, the poet and lexicographer.

Johnson mostly lived with the Thrales at his country house Streatham Park or brewery home for the next 15 years until Henry's death in Parliamentary and business career.

On 23 DecemberHenry Thrale was elected to Parliament. He continued to represent Southwark until his election defeat in The Children’s Book, or rather Family Book,in The Thrales of Streatham Park, ed.

Mary Hyde, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, Citation Hyde, Mary. The Thrales of Streatham Park, II. The "Family book": (iv) Harvard Library Bulletin XXV (1), January   Buy The Thrales of Streatham Park Reprint ed.

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- - Book Condition: Good - Dust Jacket Included - 8vo., pp., Very Good, Black Cloth, Dust Jacket with minor staining & small tears, edge-wear, minor shelf-wear. Hester Thrale Piozzi, devoted friend of Samuel Johnson, has a permanent place in English literary and cultural history, for her diaries and letters have illuminated the life of the British upper-middle class in the 18th century.

Mrs Hyde has now edited a hitherto unpublished journal, centering. This landscape shows the grounds of Streatham Park, situated in the south of present day London. It probably dates to the s and s when Reynolds was visiting the Thrales who then owned Streatham Park.

Buy The Thrales of Streatham Park: The Journal of an Eighteenth Century Family by Hyde, Mary (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. According to Queeney Beryl Bainbridge Read by Lindsay Duncan Running time 3 hours HarperCollins, £ Bainbridge's story commences just after Samuel Johnson has suffered a breakdown from overwork.Engraving of a Portrait of Mrs.

Thrale at the age of 40 by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Streatham Park. After her father had gone bankrupt in an attempt to invest in Halifax, Canada, she married the rich brewer Henry Thrale on 11 Octoberat St. Anne's Chapel, Soho, London. They had 12 children and lived at Streatham Park.Queeney's music books, a relic of her lessons with Burney which prompts a re-examination of his situation as representative of the claims of music at Streatham Park, and of its consequences for him and for the friends he made there.

The folio volume, MU.is neatly inscribed 'H. M. Thrale' and is .