William Cavendish, duke of Newcastle
from an 18th century etching
EDITIONS OF FAMILY MEMBERS' WRITING
Cavendish, Jane and Elizabeth [Cavendish] Brackley. Edition of "A Pastorall" written by Lady Elizabeth Brackley and Jane Cavendish, edited by Roland Jones.
and Drama of Lady Jane Cavenidsh and Lady Elizabeth Brackley, ed., Stephanie
Karles, Northern Arizona University MA thesis, 2001. May be borrowed
EDITIONS OF WILLIAM'S WRITING
The Country Captain [The Hague], 1649.
A Critical Edition of The Witt's Triumvirate, or the Philosopher [1635, manuscript play attributed to William elsewhere]. ed. Cathryn Nelson, 2 vols. [Salzburg Studies in English Literature; Jacobean Drama Studies] Salzburg: Institut fur Englische Sprach, 1975.
Dramatic Works by William Cavendish, ed. Lynn Hulse, Malone Society Reprints, vol. 158, 1996.
The Humourous Lovers. London: 1677.
The Humourous Lovers, A Comedy, ed. James Fitzmaurice. Oxford: The Seventeenth Century Press, 1997.
Ideology and Politics on the Eve of Restoration: Newcastle's Advice to Charles II. Transcribed and intro Thomas P. Slaughter. Memoirs Series 159. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1984.
La Methode Nouvelle et Invention Extraordinare de dresser les Chevaux. Antwerp, 1658.
A New Method and Extraordinary Invention to Dress Horses. London, 1667.
A Pleasante & Merry Humour off a Roge. Welbeck Miscellany No. 1, 1933.
The Phanseys of William Cavendish, Marquis of Newcastle, Addressed to Margaret Lucas [includes letters from Margaret to William] ed. Douglas Grant. London: Nonsuch, 1956.
The Variety. [The Hague], 1649.
The Triumphant Widow or the Medley of Humours. London, 1677.
Barton, Anne. "Harking Back to Elizabeth: Ben Jonson and Caroline Nostalgia," ELH (winter, 1981), pp. 706 - 731. Reprinted in Ben Jonson, Dramatist, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984.
Bennett , Alexandra G. "'Now let my language speake': The Authorship,
Rewriting, and Audience(s) of Jane Cavendish and Elizabeth Brackley," Early
Modern Literary Studies, 11.2 (September, 2005) 3.1-13.
Bickly, F. The Cavendish Family. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1914.
Brown, Cedric C. "Courtesies of Place and Arts of Diplomacy in Ben Jonson's Last Two Entertainments for Royalty," The Seventeenth Century (autumn, 1994), pp. 147 - 171.
A Collection of Letter and Poems: Written by Several Persons of Honour and Learning upon Divers Important Subjects, to the late Duke and Duchess of Newcastle. London, 1676. Title page cancel: London: Langly Curtic, 1678.
Fitzmaurice, James. "Fear of the Supernatural as a 'Pleasante and Merry Humour" in Two of Newcastle's Comedies," in Fear and Its Representations in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, eds., Anne Scott and Cynthia Kosso, Turnhout: Brepols [Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 6], 2002, pp. 189 - 205.
_______________. "William Cavendish and Two Entertainments by Ben Jonson," The Ben Jonson Journal, vol. 5 (1998, appeared 1999), pp. 63 - 80.
Firth, C. H., ed. The LIfe of William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, 1906.
Foulds, Trevor. "'This Greate House, So Lately Begun, and All of Freestone': William Cavendish's Italianate Palazzo Called Nottingham Castle," Transactions of the Thorton Society of Nottihgnamshire, vol. 106 (2002), pp. 81 - 102.
Goulding, Richard W. Letters from the Originals at Welbeck Abbey. London: John Murray, 1909.
Grant, Douglas. Margaret the First: A Biography of Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle, London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1957.
Hulse, Lynn. "Apollo's Whirligig: William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, and His Music Collection," The Seventeenth Century (autumn, 1994), pp. 213 - 246.
_________. "'The King's Entertainment' by the Duke of Newcastle," Viator, vol. 26 (1995), pp. 387 - 405.
Kelliher, Hilton. "Donne, Jonson, Richard Andrews, and the Newcastle Manuscript," EMS, 1993, pp. 134 - 173.
Life of the (1st) Duke and Newcastle and Other Writings by Margaret Duchess. London and Toronto: J. N. Dent & Sons; New York: E. P. Dutton, 1916.
[Longeville, Thomas]. The First Duke and Duchess of Newcastle-upon-tyme. New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1910.
Lower, A.M. Lives of William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, and His Wife Margaret, London: J.R. Smith, 1872.
Nelson, Cathryn Anne, A Critical Edition of The Wit's Triumvirate, or the Philosopher, 2 vols. [Salzburg Studies in English Literature; Jacobean Drama Studies], Salzburg: Institut fur Englische Sprache], 1975.
Perry, Henry Ten Eyck. The First Duchess of Newcastle and Her Husband as Figures in Literary History, Boston: Ginn and Company, 1918.
Raber, Karen L. "'Reasonable Creatures': William Cavendish and the Art of Dressage," in Renaissance Culture and the Everyday, eds. Patricia Fumerton and Simon Hunt, Philadelphia: The University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999, pp. 42 - 66.
Rowe, Nick. "'My Best Patron': William Cavendish and Jonson's Caroline Drama." The Seventeenth Century (autumn, 1994), pp. 197 - 212.
Trease. Geoffrey, Portrait of a Cavalier, William Cavendish, First Duke of Newcastle, London: MacMillan, 1979; NY: Taplinger Publishing Co., 1979.
Turberville, A.S. A History of Welbeck Abbey and Its Owners, vol. 1, London:
Faber and Faber, 1928.
Worsley, Lucy, and Tom Addyman,. "Riding Houses and Horses: William Cavendish's
Architecture for the Art of Horsemanship," Architectural History, volume 45
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