Henry Vaughan: A Life and Interpretation

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HENRY VAUGHAN
A LIFE AND INTERPRETATION

BY

F. E. HUTCHINSON

D.LITT., F.B.A.

SOMETIME FELLOW OF ALL SOULS COLLEGE

OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 1947

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations x
  • Works of Henry Vaughan xi
  • Abbreviations - Used in Footnotes xii
  • I- The Vaughans of Tretower 1
  • II - Childhood 14
  • III - Oxford and London 30
  • IV - Return to Breconshire 48
  • V - Military Service 55
  • VI - Olor Iscanus 72
  • VII - At Home 89
  • VIII - Conversion 99
  • IX - The Puritan Régime 109
  • X - The Prose Treatises 127
  • XI - Thomas Vaughan and Occult Philosophy 141
  • XII - Henry Vaughan, Silurist 156
  • XIII - Silex Scintillans 165
  • XIV - Henry Vaughan, Doctor in Physic 181
  • XV - The Middle Years 195
  • XVI - Thalia Rediviva 212
  • XVII - Lawsuits and Family Dissensions 224
  • XVIII - The End 238
  • Appendix A - Henry Vaughan's Immediate Ancestry 243
  • Appendix B - Date of Henry Vaughan's Birth 245
  • Appendix C - Henry Vaughan's Descendants 247
  • Genealogies 254
  • Index 257
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