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About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. During the two Dutch wars — and — he was commissioner for the sick and wounded mariners and prisoners of war , his most responsible appointment. In Navigation and Commerce appeared, being the introduction to a history of the Dutch war that Charles had asked Evelyn to write, which was never finished. In January Evelyn obtained for the library of the Royal Society the famous collection of books and manuscripts of the earl of Arundel.
The collection of stones bearing Greek and Latin inscriptions was also secured through his good offices for the university of Oxford.
Sculptura: or the History, and Art of Chalcography and Engraving in Copper was the outcome of a paper read before the Royal Society. The book appears to have been an indispensable work for later architects. His Numismata. A Discourse of Medals, Antient and Modern closed with a discussion of character as derived from effigies.
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He was a staunch and devout Anglican and found a spiritual advisor in Jeremy Taylor. In he formed a pious friendship with Margaret Blagge, later Mrs. Godolphin, a maid of honor to the queen, and wrote her Life to commemorate her virtues. Among his closest friends was Samuel Pepys , the diarist. Evelyn lacked detachment and a methodical training to make his contributions scientifically valid.
His activity was guided by religious and patriotic motives.
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Original Works. John Chrysostom, Concerning the Education of Children , trans. Budd, in Review of English Studies , 14 , —]. Arnauld and P.
A Discourse of Sallets London, Posthumous publications are R. Evanson, ed.
Godolphin London, Oxford, , is definitive. Levis, ed. Rowley Heygate, ed. Pepys and Mr. Evelyn Philadelphia, Secondary Literature. Hiscock, John Evelyn and Mrs. Lectures and articles that deal with Evelyn and his work are Jackson I. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. November 21, Retrieved November 21, from Encyclopedia. Then, copy and paste the text into your bibliography or works cited list. Because each style has its own formatting nuances that evolve over time and not all information is available for every reference entry or article, Encyclopedia.
The English author John Evelyn is remembered today for his diary. He was known to his contemporaries as the author of a number of treatises on gardening, engraving, pollution, coins, conservation of forests, and navigation. John Evelyn was born on Oct. He was brought up by his maternal grandmother and attended the Southborough free school.
He then returned to the Middle Temple, but he seems never to have studied law. Evelyn spent most of the years after he left Oxford traveling in France and Italy, learning the languages of those countries, and studying art and architecture. Although he was a devout Anglican, during the English civil war he did not join the King's forces for fear that the family estates, which were in parliamentary territory, would be forfeited. In he married Mary Browne, daughter of the English ambassador at Paris. In the years preceding the Restoration, Evelyn became acquainted with many of the men who eventually constituted the Royal Society.
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In he published a verse translation of Lucretius's De rerum natura. When the Royal Society was formally constituted in , Evelyn was elected a member.
Most of Evelyn's writing in the next few years was scientific. In he published Fumifugium, a tract offering suggestions for freeing London of smog. The following year he brought out Sculptura, an essay on mezzotint engraving. In the first edition of Sylva, his most widely read work, on the conservation of trees, appeared. Evelyn was also occupied with public service and was appointed by Charles II to a number of commissions. In , shortly after James's accession, Evelyn was appointed one of the commissioners of the privy seal.
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In he accepted King William's invitation to serve as treasurer of Greenwich Hospital. In Evelyn inherited the family estate at Wotton. He spent his last days there, dying on Feb. Evelyn's diary was published in , although the first complete and accurate edition did not appear until It is not a record of daily life but a transcription of notes made of various historical events from the time Evelyn was The most accurate information about Evelyn is in volume 1 of his Diary, edited by E. Evelyn Hiscock presents less favorable views of Evelyn in John Evelyn and Mrs.
Kirk, Clara Marburg, Mr. Evelyn, Folcroft, Pa. Evelyn, John — English scholar, diarist, intellectual, gardener, and founder member of The Royal Society. In his Fumifugium; or the inconveniencies of the aer and smoak of London dissipated, together with some remedies … he proposed expelling noxious trades from the City.
Having judiciously removed himself from England during the Civil War , he travelled on the Continent in —7 and again in —52, where he absorbed much information.