By N. Maltzahn
This well timed and definitive chronology of Andrew Marvell is an invaluable source for any scholar, historian, literary student or normal reader attracted to the lifestyles and works of this nice author. a part of the Palgrave writer Chronologies sequence, this new reference paintings via Professor Nicholas von Maltazhn enhances the present resurgence of curiosity during this canonical author by means of offering in-depth and new biographical aspect as a context for Marvell's paintings.
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BRB 3:198) 1630 August 10 October 15 31 (Tuesday) The rev. Andrew Marvell among the witnesses of an earlier deed (1630) for delivery of bows and arrows from Castle at Hull to Tower of London, as well as other documents; this year there was further preparation of Hull’s defences. (BRL 243, BRD 827A; Wildridge 11; Stanewell 125, 188, see also 155, 156, 157; Tickell 305–6) (Friday) The rev. Marvell left 40s. in the will of George Pease, merchant, of Holy Trinity. (York, Borthwick Institute, Prob.
Already in the 1640s, Fuller adds of the rev. Andrew Marvell that ‘His excellent comment upon Saint Peter, is daily desired and expected, if the envy and covetousness of private persons for their own use, deprive not the public of the beneﬁt thereof’. AM is thought to have left Cambridge, presumably once more for London, ‘shortly after his father’s death’ (Kelliher 1978a, 26). If local Hull tradition be accepted, AM may have taken some clerkship in Hull at this date, perhaps with his brotherin-law Edmond Popple (leading to municipal memorabilia of that service in 80 High Street, a piece of patriot oak and the like, Margoliouth 355–6); if so, he must have abandoned any such work soon enough to be witnessing documents in London in February 1641/42.
BL, Add. MS 5846, 133v, 134r; Kelliher 1978a, 22–3; Kelliher 2004b) December 21 (Monday) The rev. Marvell left £3 and made trustee for building the hospital provided for in the will of Sir John Lister of Holy Trinity. (York, Borthwick Institute, Orig. Wills, February 1640/41) 1641 Fourteen sermons of the rev. Andrew Marvell survive in an octavo volume at Hull Central Library (MS ‘Sermons &c. of the Rev. Andrew Marvell’): a number of these are New Year’s sermons and one with further materials appended addresses the city’s suffering during a time of plague (all otherwise undated).