Author:George Lyttleton (1709-1773)

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George Lyttleton

George Lyttelton, 1st Baron Lyttelton PC, was a British statesman and patron of the arts.

George Lyttleton


  • Blenheim (1728), anon.
  • An Epistle to Mr. Pope, from a young gentleman at Rome (1730), anon.
  • The Progress of Love (1732), anon.
  • Advice to a Lady (1733), anon.
  • Observations on the Life of Cicero (1733), anon.
  • Letters from a Persian in England to his friend at Ispahan (1735)
  • Considerations upon the Present State of our Affairs at Home and Abroad, in a Letter to a Member of Parliament from a Friend in the Country (1739)
  • To the Memory of a Lady [Lucy Lyttelton] lately deceased: a Monody (1747), anon.
  • Observations on the Conversion and Apostleship of St. Paul. In a Letter to Gilbert West, Esq. (1747), anon.
  • Dialogues of the Dead (1760), anon.
  • Four new Dialogues of the Dead (1765), anon.
  • The History of the Life of Henry the Second, and of the Age in which he lived, in five books: to which is prefixed a History of the Revolutions of England from the Death of Edward the Confessor to the Birth of Henry the Second (1767), in 3 vols.
  • "An Account of a Journey into Wales, by George, Lord Lyttelton", in A Gentleman's Tour through Monmouthshire and Wales (1781)
  • Letter From George Lyttleton to Jonathan Swift - 1 (May 16, 1739)

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