3 edition of John Lothrop Motley And His Family found in the catalog.
April 10, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|Contributions||Herbert St. John Mildmay (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||332|
Volume I - Chapter XIII AEt. RETURN TO ENGLANDSOCIAL RELATIONSLADY HARCOURT'S the years spent in Europe in writing his first history, from to , Mr. Motley had lived a life of great retirement and simplicity, devoting himself to his work and to the education of his children, to which last object he was always ready to give the most careful supervision. Motley, John Lothrop (–), American historian, son of Thomas Motley, was born on the 15th of April at Dorchester (now a part of Boston), Massachusetts, and graduated at Harvard in He then studied at Göttingen and Berlin, becoming a friend of Bismarck at Göttingen, and after a period of European travel returned in to America, where he continued his legal studies.
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HANDSOMELY BOUND SET OF MOTLEY’S DUTCH HISTORIES. MOTLEY, John Lothrop. The Rise of the Dutch Republic. Three volumes. WITH: History of the United Netherlands from the Death of William the Silent to the Twelve Years’ Truce— Four volumes. WITH: The Life and Death of John of Barneveld. Two volumes. New York: Harper & Brothers, John Lothrop Motley (–) Uncertain as to the reception of a large book by an unknown author, Motley had paused after the completion of the manuscript of the ‘Dutch Republic,’ had spent a year with his family in Switzerland, and another in Italy, and had made a brief visit to Boston.
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John Lothrop Motley, (born ApBoston, Mass., U.S.—diedDorchester, Dorset, Eng.), American diplomat and historian best remembered for The Rise of the Dutch Republic, a remarkable work of amateur scholarship that familiarized readers with the dramatic events of the Dutch revolt against Spanish rule in the 16th century.
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G. Gregory, ) multiple formats at John Lothrop Motley: Representative Selections By B. T. Schantz; Chester Penn Higby American Book Company, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.American historian John Lothrop Motley () graduated from Harvard in During and he studied in Goettingen before returning to the United States.
Already the author of two novels and numerous essays, he began to plan a history of the Netherlands, but, unable to find all the source material he needed in America, he returned to Price Range: $ - $1,