The Fall of Jerusalem, Henry Hart Milman, London 1820 (50291)

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Lot Number: 50291
Title (English): The Fall of Jerusalem
Note: First Edition
Author: Henry Hart Milman
City: London
Publisher: John Murray
Publication Date: 1820
Estimated Price: $300.00 USD - $600.00 USD
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First edition. vii, 167, [1] pp., octavo, 214:130 mm., nice margins, light age and damp staining, not bound.

 

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Reverend Henry Hart Milman (10 February 1791 – 24 September 1868) was an English historian and ecclesiastic. He was born in London, the third son of Sir Francis Milman, 1st Baronet, physician to King George III . Educated at Eton and at Brasenose College, Oxford, his university career was brilliant. He won the Newdigate prize with a poem on the Apollo Belvidere in 1812, was elected a fellow of Brasenose in 1814, and in 1816 won the English essay prize with his Comparative Estimate of Sculpture and Painting. In 1816 he was ordained, and two years later became parish priest of St Mary's, Reading.

In 1821 Milman was elected professor of poetry at Oxford; and in 1827 he delivered the Bampton lectures on The character and conduct of the Apostles considered as an evidence of Christianity. In 1835, Sir Robert Peel made him Rector of St Margaret's, Westminster, and Canon of Westminster, and in 1849 he became Dean of St Paul's. Milman was buried in St Paul's Cathedral.

 

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