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  1. Philip Stanhope by Roubiliac, 1745, Victoria and Albert Museum. Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield, KG, PC (22 September 1694 – 24 March 1773) was a British statesman, diplomat, man of letters, and an acclaimed wit of his time.

  2. 20 de mar. de 2024 · Philip Stanhope, 4th earl of Chesterfield (born September 22, 1694, London, England—died March 24, 1773, London) was a British statesman, diplomat, and wit, chiefly remembered as the author of Letters to His Son and Letters to His Godson—guides to manners, the art of pleasing, and the art of worldly success.

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  3. Ocupação. diplomata, político, escritor. Prêmios. Ordem da Jarreteira. Título. Earl of Chesterfield. [ edite no Wikidata] Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4.º Conde de Chesterfield ( Londres, 22 de setembro de 1694 – Londres, 24 de março de 1773) foi um político e escritor inglês.

    • Philip Stanhope, Isabel Stanhope
    • 24 de março de 1773 (78 anos), Londres
  4. Philip Stanhope, 5º Conde de Stanhope historiador Esta página foi editada pela última vez às 02h37min de 28 de março de 2013. Este texto é ...

  5. 12 de out. de 2004 · Philip Stanhope was born in 1732, when his father was thirty-eight. He absorbed readily enough the solids of the ideal education supplied him, but, by perversity of fate, he cared not a fig for “the graces, the graces, the graces,” which his father so wisely deemed by far the superior qualities to be cultivated by the budding ...

  6. 27 de fev. de 2013 · Philip Stanhope, the 4th Earl of Chesterfield, better-known simply as Lord Chesterfield, remains best-remembered for the hundreds of witty and wise letters he wrote to his son, spanning everything from history and literature to meditations on philosophy to advice on life and love — an intriguing addition to history’s greatest letters of fatherly...

  7. Arms of Stanhope, Earls of Chesterfield. Earl of Chesterfield, in the County of Derby, was a title in the Peerage of England. It was created in 1628 for Philip Stanhope, 1st Baron Stanhope. He had been created Baron Stanhope, of Shelford in the County of Nottingham, in 1616, also in the Peerage of England.