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Osprey - Warrior. #021. Highland Clansman 1689–1746 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing Ltd Серия: Warrior 21 Автор(ы): Stuart Reid Название: Highland Clansman 1689–1746 Язык: English Год издания: 1997 Количество страниц: sixty two ISBN: 1-85532-660-6 Формат: pdf Размер: 27.5 mb eighty five
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Fielding was deeply concerned for her over the remaining three years of her life, during which time she seemed to improve and then lose ground. They continued to be very close, as they had been from the beginning. Once, two years before her death, he left her in Bath, where they were living at the time (1742), to go to Bristol on legal business. He had been gone for over a week when a letter from his good friend James Harris arrived at the Bath residence. Using it as an excuse for a visit, Charlotte carried the letter to Bristol.
At about the same time Fielding apparently began to make anonymous contributions to The Craftsman, the opposition's chief serial publication. But it is hard to gauge the significance of this change of position. 63 But A Biographical Sketch, 1707-50 23 Fielding's partisan (as distinct from his merely political plays) date from a somewhat later time, 1736, according to Goldgar and Hume. 6 4 Though Battestin and Hume are not quite agreed as to the date of Fielding's political shift, they agree that it was emphatic and that it was not irrevocable: good feelings (perhaps only a willingness to mollify each other) survived between Fielding and Walpole.
In need of more money than he 30 Henry Fielding: A Literary Life could earn in Dorset, he followed Fielding to London in 1740, where he tried without much success to support his family by writing. 87 Fielding also got to know the son of the famous latitudinarian Bishop of Salisbury, Gilbert Burnet (1643-1715); the son, T h o m a s (1694-1753), w a s a d i s t i n g u i s h e d l a w y e r , w h o s e companionship Fielding enjoyed on the Western Circuit, especially as he began his legal career.