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Page 4 - With a view to the same great object, he attacked the licensing system in that sublime treatise which every statesman should wear as a sign upon his hand and as frontlets between his eyes.
Page 139 - Virginia and Wisconsin Historical Societies ; late English Examiner at the London University; and also at the Victoria University, Manchester; Emeritus Professor of English Language and Literature, Mason College, Birmingham. An English Garner English Reprints...
Page 10 - A custome lothsome to the eye, hateful to the nose, harmefull to the braine, dangerous to the lungs, and in the blacke stinking fume thereof, nearest resembling the horrible Stigian smoke of the pit that is bottomless.
Page 18 - D. John Bridges, for it is a worthy worke : Or an epitome of the fyrste Booke of that right worshipfull volume, written against the Puritanes, in the defence of the noble cleargie, by as worshipfull a prieste, John Bridges, Presbyter, Priest or elder, doctor of Diuilitie, and Deane of Sarum.
Page 118 - Almighty's mysteries to read In the large volumes of the skies. For the bright firmament Shoots forth no flame So silent, but is eloquent In speaking the Creator's name.
Page 141 - Svo, cloth, $s. net. English Political, Naval, and Military History, etc., etc. 1. The Expedition to Scotland in May, 1543. 2. R. PEEKE'S fight at Xerez with a quarter-staff against three Spaniards at once, armed with poniards and daggers ; when he killed one and put the other two to flight. 1625. 3. The Capture of Cris, in Galatia, by Captain QUAILE and 35 men.
Page 4 - An Apologie of the Schoole of Abuse, against Poets, Pipers, Players, and their Excusers. [Dec.] 1579.
Page 1 - General of the English troops in the Dutch service. Commentaries of his Services : at (I) the Storming of Cadiz in 1596, (2) the Action at Turnhout in 1597, (3) The Battle of Nieuport in 1600 ; but especially (4) the Siege of Ostend, of which place he was Governor from n June, 1601, to 7 June, 1602. 2. The retaking of The Friends' Adventure from the French by R.
Page 11 - Earle ^/"SURREY, and other. With 39 additional Poems from the second edition by the same printer, RICHARD TOTTEL, of 31 July, 1557. This celebrated Collection is the First of our Poetical Miscellanies, and also the first appearance in print of any considerable number of English Sonnets. TOTTEL in his Address to the Reader, says : — "That to haue wel written in verse, yea and in small parcelles, deserueth great praise, the workes of diners Latines, Italians, and other, doe proue sufficiently.