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Poems of Henry Vaughan, Silurist, Volume II

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Author: Henry Vaughan
Language: English
Wordcount: 71,519 / 230 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 73.4
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 513
Added to site: 2009.03.22 23752
Genre: Poetry

with Thomas Vaughan when news came from the country in 1658 of his father's death (MS. Sloane, 1741, f. 89 (b)). Of the second family, Henry became Rector of Penderin in 1684, and vacated the living, probably through death, in 1713. A tablet to his memory hung during the present century in the church at Penderin, but when the church was restored the tablets were taken down and buried under the tiles of the chancel. His wife, a Walbeoffe of Talyllyn, belonged to the same family as the Walbeoffes of Llanhamlach (vol. ii., p. 189, _note_). The eldest girl, Grisill, married Roger Prosser. The Prossers were the younger branch of a Brecknockshire family who had become sadlers and mercers in Brecon. Many of their tombs are in the Priory church, but Theophilus Jones states that by his time they were extinct. Grisill Prosser was married a second time, in 1709, to Morgan Watkins, an attorney, and was buried on August 21, 1737. The second girl, Lucy, married Jenkin Jones of Trebinshwn, a cousin of Colonel Jenkin Jones,

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Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****

A nice volume of deservedly well-regarded poetry, with very helpful footnotes.

The INTRO, though: alchemy, androgynous Masonic devil-worship, Rosicrucians, and more!



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