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Greville diary...

Charles C. F. Greville

Greville diary...

by Charles C. F. Greville

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Published by William Heinemann Ltd in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

In 2 vols.

Statementedited by Philip Whitwell Wilson. Vol.1.
ContributionsWilson, Philip Whitwell.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18357141M

The Greville Diary, including passages hitherto withheld from publication, in 2 volumes by Wilson, Philip Whitwell (edited by) ; Charles Greville. Heinemann ,. Get this from a library! The diaries of Charles Greville. -- Not a chatterbox, Charles Greville brilliantly assembles everyone else's chatter. This is the intelligrant voice of another age, an uneasy aristocrat catching history on the turn and looking.

Charles Greville made his first occasional diary entries in , but the diary only became a regular habit in the mids, through the reigns of George IV, William IV, and Victoria. Finally, after shaking his head over the victories of Garibaldi, he closed it, once and for all, in /5(6).   By Reeve decided that, half a lifetime having elapsed since the original diary entries had been made, it was an appropriate moment to begin publication of a first installment of the diaries covering the period to – the date of accession of Queen Victoria (whose first Privy Council meeting Greville had been responsible for Cited by: 1.

Charles Cavendish Fulke Greville () Charles Greville was born in and became one of the finest political diarists of his time. He was an aristocrat who belonged to a younger branch of the family of the Earls of Warwick. He was educated to Eton and Christ Church, Oxford and began his career as private secretary to Earl Bathurst. LEAVES from the Diary of Henry Greville," edited by the Countess of Strafford, has just been published in London. It is full of entertaining anecdotes of distinguished men and women of the.


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henry greville's diary.* LADY Thump very fairly estimates the value of her uncle Mr. Henry Greville's journal, when she tells us in her preface "that in this volume there will be found something to amuse and to interest, with little or nothing to wound the most sensitive feel.

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Finally, inafter shaking his head over the worrying triumphs of Garibaldi, he closed it, once and for all. The Greville Diary Vol. 1 | Charles Cavendish Fulke Greville () was an English diarist and an amateur cricketer.

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Charles Greville () made his first occasional diary entries inbut the diary only became a regular habit in the mids, continuing with occasional breaks, about which he is self-reproachful, through the reigns of George IV, William IV and Victoria. Finally, inafter shaking his head over the worrying triumphs of Garibaldi, he closed it, once and for.

Wells and the Doubleday publishing house produced The Greville Diary in two volumes in however these were criticised for poor editing and containing some inaccurate statements.

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The Greville Memoirs A Journal of the Reigns of King George IV and King William IV, Vol. I book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5(2). Historical diaries, unless they happen to be written by Samuel Pepys, often turn out to be excruciating exercises in literary self-pleasuring.

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