Roger L'Estrange (1616-1704)

Pays : Grande-Bretagne
Langue : anglais
Sexe : masculin
Naissance : 17-12-1616
Mort : 11-12-1704
Note :
A aussi traduit du latin, de l'italien et du français en anglais
Censeur. - Pamphlétaire et publiciste
Autres formes du nom : Roger L' Estrange (1616-1704)
Rozher Letranzh (1616-1704)
Roger Lestrange (1616-1704)
Roger the Fidler (1616-1704)
Observator (1616-1704)
R. L. S. (1616-1704)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2140 9882

Roger L'Estrange (1616-1704) : œuvres (50)

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Choix de fables extraites des meilleurs fabulistes anglais, L'Estrange, Dodsley, Aikin, Gay, Cowper, etc...
Seneca's morals, by way of abstract... the 4th edition, to which is added a discourse, under the title of : an After thought, by Sir R. L'Estrange,...
Seneca's morals, by way of abstract... the 4th edition, to which is added a discourse, under the title of : an After thought, by Sir R. L'Estrange,...
Fables [and stories moralized being a 2nd part of the fables] of Aesop and other... mythologists... by sir Roger l'Estrange,...
Love-Letters between a nobleman and his sister, with the history of their adventures, in three parts. - The Amours of Philander and Sylvia, being the third and last part of the Love-Letters between a nobleman and his sister. (By Mrs. A. Behn.)
Love letters between a nobleman and his sister with the history of their adventures, in three parts. 5th edition. - The Amours of Philander and Sylvia, being the third and last part of the Love letters between a nobleman and his sister
A Discourse of the fishery, briefly laying open not only the advantages and facility of the undertaking, but likewise the absolute necessity of it, asserted, and vindicated from all material objections, by sir Roger L'Estrange. Printed in 1674, and now re-printed at the request of the undertakers of the royal fishery
Histoire de la conspiration faite contre Charles II. roy d'Angleterre, et Jaques II. son frere et son successeur, auparavant duc dYorc.
Seneca's morals, by way of abstract... the 4th edition, to which is added a discourse, under the title of : an After thought, by Sir R. L'Estrange,...
An Answer to a letter to a dissenter, upon occasion of H. M. late gracious declaration of indulgence, by Sir Roger Lestrange,...
A Brief history of the times, etc., in a preface to the 3d volume of observators
Le Non-conformiste anglois dans ses écris ["sic"], dans ses sentimens et dans sa pratique, pièce très-nécessaire pour tous ceux qui voudront juger équitablement... des causes de cette rébellion qui ôta la vie à Sa Majesté Britannique... recueille ["sic"] et traduite fidèlement de l'original anglois ["The Dissenters' sayings] de M. L'Estrange
The Character of a papist in masquerade, supported by authority and experience, in answer to the character of a popish successor, by Roger L'Estrange
L'Estrange no papist nor jesuite, discussed in a short discourse between Philo-L'Estrange and Pragmaticus. [By Roger L'Estrange.]
Notes upon Stephen College, grounded principally upon his own declarations and confessions, and freely submitted to publique censure, by Roger L'Estrange. The 2d edition
A Reply to the second part of "the Character of a popish successor", by Roger L'Estrange
The Shammer shamm'd, in a plain discovery, under young tong's own hand, of a designe to trepann L'Estrange into a pretended subornation against the popish plot, by Roger L'Estrange
A Word concerning libels and libellers, humbly presented to the right honorable sir John Moor, lord-mayor of London and the right worshipfull the aldermen, his brethren, by Roger L'Estrange
Discovery upon discovery, in defence of Dr Oates against B. W's libellous vindication of him, in his Additional discovery, and in justification of L'Estrange against the fame libell, in a letter to Dr Titus Oates, by Roger L'Estrange
L'Estrange's case, in a civil dialogue betwixt Zekiel and Ephraim. [By Roger L'Estrange.]
A Further discovery of the plot, dedicated to Dr Titus Oates, by Roger L'Estrange. The 2d edition
Lestrange's Narrative of the plot, set forth for the edification of H. M. liege-people
A Short answer to a whole litter of libellers, by Roger L'Estrange
Histoire de la conspiration d'Angleterre
An Account of the growth of knavery
Tyranny and popery, lording it over the consciences, liberties, and estates both of King and people
Toleration discuss'd, by Roger L'Estrange
A "Caveat" to the cavaliers
Interest mistaken, or the Holy cheat, proving, from the undeniable practises and positions of the Presbyterians, that the design of that party is to enflave both king and people under the masque of religion, by way of observation upon a treatise, intituled : "The Interest of England in the matter of religion, etc..." by Roger L'Estrange
Interest mistaken, or the Holy cheat, proving, from the undeniable practises and positions of the Presbyterians, that the design of that party is to enflave both king and people under the masque of religion, by way of observation upon a treatise, intituled : "The Interest of England in the matter of religion, etc..." by Roger L'Estrange
L'Estrange, his apology, with a short view of some late and remarkable transactions, leading to the happy settlement of these nations under the government of our... soveraign Charls ["sic"] the II... by R. L. S. [Robert L'Estrange.]
No blinde guides, in answer to a seditious pamphlet of J. Milton's intituled : "Brief notes upon a sermon titl'd : the Fear of God and the King..."
To the reader

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Seneca's Morals by way of abstract
Terence's Comedies made English, with his life and some remarks at the end, by Mr. Laurence Echard and others. Revis'd and corrected by Dr. Echard and Sir R. L'Estrange. The 6th. edition

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The Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part one. - Reel 19

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Histoire de la conspiration faite contre Charles II & Jacques II

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The spanish decameron or ten novels viz the Rival ladies. Mistakes. Generous lover Libertine. Virgin captive Perfidious mistress. Me tamorphos'd lover. Impostor ont-witted. Amorous miser. Pretended alchymist. Made english by sir Roger Lestrange. The third edition

Documents sur Roger L'Estrange (1616-1704) (3)

Livres (3)

"The Horrid popish plot"
Roger L'Estrange and the making of restoration culture
Sir Roger L'Estrange

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