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MASCULINITY, 1560-1918: MEN DEFINING MEN

Part 1: 1600-1800, Sources from the Bodleian Library, Oxford

Caricatures and Essential Types

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Douce Ballads 3 Douce Ballads Volume 3
Wood E 25 (80) The noble gallant London, c1670
Ashm. G16 (83) The complete citt: or, The man of fashion [2 copies] London, 1683
Firth b.19 (10) The father's wholesome admonition ... [a ballad] London, 1690 (?)
Douce VV158 (4) An essay in praise of knavery 3rd ed + The knaves creed + A Knave's last will and testament, London, 1723

Chivalric & Courtly Behaviour

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Tanner 248 (1) The courtyer, done into English by T Hoby, London, 1561
70.d.63 Pierre de la Primaudaye. The French academie….1589

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Wood 371 (7) A notable and pleasant history of the famous renowned knights of the blade, commonly called Hectors or St Nicholas clerkes [2 copies] London, 1652
Wood 69 (1) Rules of civility: or, The art of good-breeding, London, c1675
Douce GG48 An essay upon Modern gallantry ...London, 1762
Vet A4 f..1352 The gallant companion, London, 1746

Education, 1671-1800

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Wood 792 (5) Richard Lingard – A Letter of Advice to a Young Gentleman Leaving the University, concerning his behaviour in the World, London 1671
8 Q18 Art Jean Gailhard – The Compleat Gentleman or Directions for the Education of Youth as to their Breeding at Home, and Travelling Abroad (2 vols) London 1678
260 g. 512 John Locke – Some Thoughts Concerning Education, 1693
Vet A4. f.1547 Henry Felton – A Dissertation on Reading the Classics and Forming a Just Style, London 1713
260. g. 100 (2) John Clarke – An Essay upon the Education of Youth in Grammar Schools, London 1720

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247125. d. 1 Daniel Defoe – The Complete Gentlemen, (ca. 1728), K.D. Bulbring, (ed.), London 1890
Vet A4. e.1618 J.L. Costeker – The Fine Gentlemen or the Complete Education of a Young Nobleman, London 1732
26520. e. 231 Lt. Col. James Forrester (ed), 4th Earl of Chesterfield – Letters to his son and Forrester's The polite philosopher, 1734, 1907 ed
Hope 8 544 Sir William Keith – A Collection of Papers and other tracts, London 1740

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Vet A4. e.2651 David Fordyce – Dialogues Concerning Education, or a plan laid down on that subject in several conversations of some philosophical gentleman. for training up the youth of both sexes in learning and virtue, (2 vols) London 1745-48
G G 73 Art James Burgh – The Dignity of Human Nature, London 1754
G Pamph 2706 (1) Gilbert Burnet – Thoughts on Education (1668), J. Clarke, (ed.). London 1761

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Hope 8 394 Sir John Fielding – The Universal Mentor, London 1763
Vet A5. e.3668 Richard Hurd – Dialogues on the Uses of Foreign Travel Considered as a Part of an English Gentlemen’s Education: Between Lord Shaftesbury and Mr. Locke, London 1764
Vet A5 f.1812 The polite instructor; or, Youth's museum, Dublin, 1768

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Vet A5 e.1366 Thomas Sheridan – British Education; or the source of the disciples of Great Britain, London 1756
8 S144 (1) Thomas Sheridan – A Plan of Education for the Young Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, Dublin 1769
8 Y 24 Art George Chapman – A Treatise of Education, London 1773

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8 Q181, 182 Linc James Fordyce – Addresses to Young Men (2 vols), London 1777
8 C 224 BS Vicesimus Knox – Liberal Education or, a Practical Treatise on the Methods of Acquiring Useful and Polite Learning

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8 F 141, 142 BS John Moore - A View of Society and Manners in Italy, Dublin 1781

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Vet A5. e.620 Thomas Day – The History of Sandford and Merton (vol 1) 4th Edition, 1783-1789
Vet A5. f.108 Thomas Day – The History of Sandford and Merton (vol 2), 1786
Vet A5. f.109 Thomas Day – The History of Sandford and Merton (vol 3), 1789

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8 F 154, 155 BS John Moore – A View of Society and Manners in France, Switzerland and Germany, with Anecdotes Relating to some Eminent Characters (2 vols), Dublin 1797

Masculinity & Effeminacy

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Douce E 238 (1) Mary Evelyn – Mundus Muliebris, London 1690
M. adds. 108. e.82 (3) Samuel Foote – The ENGLISHMAN in Paris, 1753
M. adds. 108. e.82 (4) Samuel Foote – The ENGLISHMAN return’d from Paris, 1756
G Pamph 100 (1) John Brown – An Estimate of the Manners and Principles of the Times (Vol.1) London 1757
G Pamph 103 (1) John Brown – An Estimate of the Manners and Principles of the Times (Vol.2) London 1758
Mal. B. 27 R. Hitchcock – The Macaroni, a comedy, London 1773

Advice Books

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Vet. A3 e.544 The father's legacy: or Counsels to his children, London, 1678
8 T. 93 Th William Darrell – A Gentleman Instructed in the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life, (2nd edition), London 1704
Gough Camb 66 (1) Advice to a son in the university, London 1708
Douce P 761 James Puckle – The Club: or, a Dialogue Between Father and Son London, 1711
Hope 8 216 James Puckle – The Club: or, a Dialogue Between Father and Son – enlarged, London 1723
Douce H 301 John Harris – A Treatise upon the Modes, London 1715
Vet A4 f .1406 Advice to a son, directing him how to demean himself in The most important passage of Life (4th ed), London 1716

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Vet A4. e.2854 William Darrell – A Gentleman Instructed in the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life, (9th edition) which includes also a section on Travel and therefore on the education of the gentlemen) London 1727
G Pamph 1256 (8) Thomas Wilson – The Many Advantages of a Good Language to Any Nation, with an examination of the present state of our own, London 1724
GG 124 Art Advice to a soldier, in two letters, written to an officer …London 1744
Hope 8 424 The Gentlemen’s Library; containing Rule for Conduct in all parts of Life. (4th ed) 1744

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Hope 8 609 Manners: translated from the French (2nd ed) "the manners of men, both as they really are, and as they ought to be." 1752
41 . 735 Henry Venn – The Complete Duty of Men 1763

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Vet A5. e.5237 John Andrews – An Account of the Character and manners of the French, with occasional observations on the English (2 vols) London 1770
Vet A5. e.2362 John Andrews – Letters to a Young Gentleman on his Setting out for France, London, 1784

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GG 98, 99 Art Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield – A Letter from a nobleman to his son, London 1774

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Vet A5. e.6205 Thomas Gisborne – An Enquiry into the Duties of Men in the Higher Classes of Society in Great Britain (2nd Edition 1795) London 1795

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Vet A4 e.2249 B de Muralt – Letters Concerning the English and the French, London 1726
226 j. 264, 265 Battista Angeloni - Letters on the English Nation (see John Shebbeare), London 1755



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