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  1. Edward Hyde, I conde de Clarendon (18 de febrero de 1609-9 de diciembre de 1674) fue un estadista, abogado, diplomático, historiador y político inglés, abuelo de dos reinas británicas María II y Ana I.

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  2. El Dr. Henry Jekyll y su personalidad alternativa, el Sr. Edward Hyde, son el personaje central de la novela, El extraño caso del doctor Jekyll y el señor Hyde, de Robert Louis Stevenson publicada en 1886. Henry Jekyll es un buen amigo del protagonista principal, Gabriel John Utterson.

    • Personal Details
    • Career: Before 1640
    • Career: 1640 to 1660
    • Career: 1660 to 1667
    • Exile, Death, and Legacy
    • Portrayals in Drama and Fiction
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    Edward Hyde was born on 18 February 1609, at Dinton, Wiltshire, sixth of nine children and third son of Henry Hyde (1563–1634) and Mary Langford (1578–1661). His siblings included Anne (1597–?), Elizabeth (1599–?), Lawrence (1600–?), Henry (1601–1627), Mary (1603–?), Sibble (1605–?), Susan(1607–1656) and Nicholas (1610–1611). His father and two of ...

    Hyde later admitted he had limited interest in a legal career, and declared that "next the immediate blessing and providence of God Almighty" he "owed all the little he knew and the little good that was in him to the friendships and conversation ... of the most excellent men in their several kinds that lived in that age." These included Ben Jonson,...

    In April 1640, Hyde was elected Member of Parliament for both Shaftesbury and Wootton Bassett in the Short Parliament and chose to sit for Wootton Bassett. In November 1640 he was elected MP for Saltash in the Long Parliament, Hyde was at first a moderate critic of King Charles I, but became more supportive of the king after he began to accept refo...

    After the Stuart Restoration in 1660, he returned to England and became even closer to the royal family through the marriage of his daughter Anne to the king's brother James, Duke of York. Contemporaries naturally assumed that Hyde had arranged the royal marriage of his daughter, but modern historians, in general, accept his repeated claims that he...

    The rest of Clarendon's life was passed in exile. He left Calais for Rouen on 25 December, returning on 21 January 1668, visiting the baths of Bourbon in April, thence to Avignon in June, residing from July 1668 till June 1671 at Montpellier, whence he proceeded to Moulins and to Rouen again in May 1674. His sudden banishment entailed great persona...

    Nigel Bruce played Sir Edward Hyde in the 1947 film The Exile, with Douglas Fairbanks, Charles II. In the film Cromwell, Clarendon (called only Sir Edward Hyde in the film), is portrayed by Nigel Stockas a sympathetic yet conflicted man torn between Parliament and the king. He finally turns against Charles I altogether when the king pretends ...

    The history of Rebellion and Civil War in Ireland(1720)
    A Collection of several tracts of Edward, Earl of Clarendon, (1727)
    Religion and Policy, and the Countenance and Assistance each should give to the other, with a Survey of the Power and Jurisdiction of the Pope in the dominion of other Princes(Oxford 1811, 2 volumes)
    History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England: Begun in the Year 1641 by Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon (3 volumes) (1702–1704):
    Clarendon, Henry Hyde, Earl of; Rochester, Laurence Hyde, Earl of (1828). The Correspondence of Henry Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, and His Brother Laurence Hyde, Earl of Rochester: With the Diary of Lo...
    Eales, Jackie (2019). "Can You Keep a Secret?". History Today. 69(7).
    Firth, Charles Harding (1891), "Hyde, Edward (1609-1674)" , in Lee, Sidney (ed.), Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 28, London: Smith, Elder & Co, pp. 370–389Contains a list of Clarendon's works.
    Lister, Life of Clarendon(2 volume ed.)
  3. Mr. Hyde. Edward Hyde es descrito como un hombre pequeño, de tez pálida, y deforme. Su sonrisa produce desagrado. Mr. Hyde es, en realidad, la parte cruel y malvada del Dr. Jekyll, forma parte de un experimento de este para describir la dualidad del ser humano. Señor Utterson

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  4. 14 de feb. de 2024 · Edward Hyde, 1st earl of Clarendon (born Feb. 18, 1609, Dinton, Wiltshire, Eng.—died Dec. 9, 1674, Rouen, Fr.) English statesman and historian, minister to Charles I and Charles II and author of the History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England. Early life and career. Edward Hyde was the eldest surviving son of Henry Hyde of Dinton, Wiltshire.

  5. Firma. [ editar datos en Wikidata] Edward Hyde, conde de Clarendon (28 de noviembre de 1661-31 de marzo de 1723), vizconde de Cornbury entre 1674 y 1709, fue gobernador de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey entre 1701 y 1708 y es quizás más conocido por supuestamente travestirse durante su mandato.