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Strana 140 - Fynysshid the last day of Marche, the yer of our Lord God a thousand fonre hondrcd Ixxiiij.
Strana 207 - THOUGH it be appointed, that all things shall be read and sung in the Church in the English tongue, to the end that the congregation may be thereby edified ; yet it is not meant, but that when men say Morning and Evening Prayer privately, they may say the same in any language that they themselves do understand.
Strana 252 - The Gospels of the fower Euangelistes translated in the olde Saxons tyme out of Latin into the vulgare toung of the Saxons...
Strana 236 - Imprynted at London in Flete strete at the sygne of | the sonne/ by Wynkyn de Worde | ( On the reverse is the mark of Wynkyn de Worde with WC occurring thrice in if) Sm.
Strana 389 - London, and dilygently amended in dyuers places where as ony faute was, in Flete strete, at the sygne of the Sonne, by me Wynkyn de Worde, in the yere of our lorde god M.CCCCC.xxviii the ix daye of Apryll.
Strana 215 - I have heard one of the greatest geniuses this age has produced,' who had been trained up. in all the polite studies of antiquity, assure me,* upon his being obliged to search into several rolls and records, that notwithstanding such an employment was at first very dry and irksome to him, he at last took an incredible pleas' ure in it, and preferred it even to the reading of Virgil or Cicero.
Strana 37 - Demosthenes), was the most silent man, the merest statue of a man that I have ever seen. I once dined in company with him, and all he said during the whole time was no more than Richard. How a man should say only Richard, it is not easy to imagine.
Strana 26 - Folio; dedicated to King Charles. It comprehends a history of Rome from the foundation of the city to the time of Augustus, drawn up in the very words of Cicero, without any alteration of any expression. In this book Middleton found every part of Cicero's own history in his own words, and his works arranged in chronological order, without farther trouble.
Strana 422 - THE EFFECT OF THE DECLARATIO made in the Guildhall, by M. Recorder of London, concerning the late attemptes of the Quenes Maiesties euill, seditious, and disobedient Subiectes.