Author:William Temple (1628-1699)

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William Temple
(1628–1699)
Was an English statesman and essayist. For William Temple (1881-1944), Archbishop of Canterbury, see Author:William Temple (1881-1944).
William Temple

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V. 1. Some account of the life and writings of Sir William Temple, written by a particular friend [his sister Lady Giffard] Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands. Miscellanea. Memoirs, the third part, from the peace concluded 1679, to the time of the author's retirement from publick business. Memoirs of what past in Christendom from the war begun 1672, to the peace concluded 1679 -- v. 2. Letters written by Sir William Temple, bart., and other ministers of state, both at home and abroad: containing an account of the most important transactions that pass'd in Christendom from 1665 to 1672 ... pub. by Jonathan Swift. Letters to the King, the Prince of Orange, the chief ministers of state, and other persons ... pub. by Jonathan Swift. An introduction to the history of England

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