2 edition of Correspondence between the Right Hon. J.W. Croker and the Right Hon. Lord John Russell found in the catalog.
Correspondence between the Right Hon. J.W. Croker and the Right Hon. Lord John Russell
John Wilson Croker
by J. Murray in London
Annotated in MS ; possibly by J.W. Croker.
|Statement||by Mr. Croker ; explanatory of Mr. Moore"s acquaintance and correspondence with him.|
|The Physical Object|
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. John Wilson Croker, a politician and essayist, was born in Galway on 20 December He was the son of John Croker, a man of an old Devonshire stock, who was for many years surveyor-general of customs and excise in Ireland, and is spoken of by Burke as ‘a man of great abilities and most amiable manner, an able and upright public steward, and universally beloved and respected in private.
Lord John Russell recalled that Lamb’s ‘ease of manner and apparent indifference tended to conceal the excellence of his understanding and the warmth of his feelings’.1 A painfully sensitive man, given to gloomy introspection, he adopted for the world a mask of cynical indifference.
Despite the miseries of his private life, which, thanks. The Maclise Portrait-Gallery/Right Hon. John Wilson Croker. But still it was undoubtedly Croker who wrote that virulent review of Lord John Russell's Life of Moore, which gave such distress to the poet's widow, ↑ Life and Correspondence of Charles Mathews, p.
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Aug. At the house of Sir William Whiteman, St. Alban's-bank, Hampton, a the Rt. Hon. John Wilson Croker. The right hon. gentleman had been in declining health for some months past, and had removed from Kensington Palace to Judge Whiteman's villa within the last few days, to see if change of air and scene would have any beneficial effect on his health.
From the description of John Wilson Croker letters to Lord John Russell, (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: Author, critic and politician born in Galway, Ireland. Educated in Trinity College, he chose the profession of law.
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