About Andrew Marvell

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03/31/1621 Born at Winestead-in-Holderness, Yorkshire, to the Rev. Andrew Marvell and his wife, Anne.

1624 Marvells move to Hull, where Rev. Andrew Marvell becomes lecturer in Holy Trinity Church.

1633 Marvell matriculates at Trinity College, Cambridge.

1637 Greek and Latin poems on Charles I and Queen Mary published.

1638 Marvell becomes a scholar of Trinity.

1653 His great friend Milton recommended him for the post of Assistant Latin Secretary to the government

1657 he finally took up the post of Assistant Latin Secretary to the government

1659 he was elected as MP for Hull

1678 died




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