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Handlist of J.C. Squire Papers (purchased at Sothebys 20 June 1979).

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Sir John Collings Squire (2 April – 20 December ) was a British writer, most notable as editor of the London Mercury, a major literary magazine between the world antagonised several eminent authors, but attracted a coterie that was dubbed the Squirearchy.

He was also a poet and historian, who captained a famous literary cricket-team called the Invalids. English poet John Collings Squire was born in Plymouth, Devonshire.

He earned a degree in history from St. John’s College, Cambridge. While there, he became interested in politics, attempting a run for Parliament and eventually becoming a parliamentary reporter for the National Press Agency.

His first collection of poems, Poems and Baudelaire Flowers (), included Handlist of J.C. Squire Papers book of. Life And Lettters - Essays By J.C. Squire Paperback – May 8, by J.C.

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Sir J. Squire, (born April 2,Plymouth, Devon, Eng.—died Dec. 20,Rushlake Green, Sussex), English journalist, playwright, a leading poet of the Georgian school, and an influential critic and editor.

Squire was educated at Blundell’s School and at St. John’s College, Cambridge University. He was appointed literary editor of the New Statesman inand acting.

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1 Sir John Collings Squire () was a Cambridge man. He was the literary editor of The New Statesman and The London Mercury. This essay was written circa the First World War; I found it in a little blue book that I use to carry back and forth on the ferry to Halifax, Selected Modern English Essays (Oxford University Press, ).

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CONTENTS Handlist of J.C. Squire Papers book ENGLISH SYLLABUS PART – I 1. The Dying Sun by Sir James Jeans 2. Using the Scientific Method by Darrel Barnard & Lon Edwards 3. Why Boys Fail in College by Herbet E. Hawkes 4. End of Term by David Daiches 5.

On Destroying Books by J.C. Squaire 6. The Man Who Was a Hospital by Jerome K. Jerome 7. Letters from J.C. Squire (8) including statement that he cut LW's article because it was contrary to paper's policy on the war, Clifford Sharp (4) and Desmond MacCarthy Letters (3) re appointment of Paul Johnson as editor.

Raglan Squire was a British architect known for his building designs in London and many parts of the world. He was also one of the chief architects who rebuilt Eaton Square in London's Belgravia district between and as part of the Temporary Housing Programme.

Early life. Raglan Squire, the eldest son of the poet and critic J C (later Sir John) Squire, was born in London and educated Alma mater: St John's College, Cambridge.

Introductions by Richard Curle, Augustine Birrell, Edmund Gosse, John Drinkwater, E.V. Lucas, A. Edward Newton, R.W. Chapman, David Nichol Smith, Alfred W. Pollard, J.C. Squire to the catalogue of the Ashley Library [] by Thomas James Wise (Book). THE PUBLISHED SCIENTIFIC PAPERS AND BOOKS OF JAMES CLERK MAXWELL () Most of Maxwell’s Papers, but not all, are in his Scientific Papers.

The ones that are not are mostly to be found in the Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science or the Journal of the London Mathematical Society. The number of pagesFile Size: KB. Full text of "Books reviewed, by J.

Squire" See other formats. Poet and literary editor A leading poet of the Georgian school, and an influential critic and editor. He was appointed literary editor of the New Statesman inand acting editor in From tohe was the editor of the monthly periodical, the London Mercury, a publication that highlighted the work of the Georgian poets.

His poetry appeared in several volumes including. Bedfordshire Archives and Record Services. Franklin Papers, FN, FN/, –22, –9. Duke of Bedford Thorney Abbey estate papers, R//13 and R Fens (uncatalogued), Boxes 1– by: 1.

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Alternate Author Name(s): Eagle, Solomon; Squire, J. Variant Title(s): Sonnet Subject(s): Columbus, Christopher (); Explorers; Holidays; Exploring; Discovery; Discoverers THERE was an Indian, who had known no change. The 18th century novel, a handlist of general histories and articles of the last twenty-five years with a notice of bibliographichal guides / (Brooklyn: Long Island University Press, ), by Francesco Cordasco (page images at HathiTrust).

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Squire (Theme of People) There was an Indian, who had known no change, Who strayed content along a sunlit beach Gathering shells.

He heard a sudden strange Commingled noise: looked up; and gasped for speech. For in the bay, where nothing was before, Moved on the sea, by magic, huge canoes, With bellying cloths on poles, and not one oar. George Squire, Oxford St, Londonstreet renumberedOxford Stmoving nearby to 3 Holles St, Cavendish Square Artists’ colourman and portfolio album sketch-block manufacturer.

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