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The Golden age, or, An Age of plaine-dealing
|Other titles||Whoope doe me no harme good man., Age of plaine-dealing., Age of plaine dealing.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1806:3.|
|The Physical Object|
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of the Golden Age, followed by the stages through which it turns to an Age of Iron, and then a renewal of the Golden Age Plaine dealing is the best The Golden age all is done, That fall [i.e., "fell," or "cruel"] Pride taught Proem to Book III, when he speaks of her double nature repre.
Online Library of Liberty. The Anglo-Saxon “land-book” is of Italian origin.1 That England or no formulary books, During the golden age of the Frankish supremacy, the age which closely centres round the yearthere was a good deal of definite legislation: much more than there was to be in the bad time that was coming.
Online Library of Liberty. The book, which is written in popular style, pursues the double purpose of showing the peculiarities and advantages of the English law as compared with the Roman law, and to point out the good features of a constitutionally limited monarchy in contrast to a despotic government.
the fact that their golden age. Yet it seemed good to the holy Ghost and to or, to take that which they found, (the same being for the greatest part true and sufficient) rather then by making a new, in that new world and greene age of the Church, to expose themselves to many exceptions and cavillations, as though they made a Translation to serve their owne turne, and.
This moved S. Jerome a most learned father, and the best linguist without controversie, of his age, or of any that went before him, to undertake the translating The Golden age the Old An Age of plaine-dealing book, out of the very fountaines themselves; which hee performed with that evidence of great learning, judgement, industrie and faithfulnes, that he hath for ever bound.
CHAP. A description of the first Age of the world, called by Poets Saturnes, and the golden Age: and how they haue depraued it with their foolish fictions, as they haue done other histories in the Bible.
I F we will giue any credite to Greeke and Latin Poets, we must con∣fesse that the first age (called by them the The Golden age age) was as happy as a man could wish. One of Peter Ruckman’s teachings that often goes ignored consists of teaching that the KJV can correct the main source its New Testament came from—the Textus Receptus (TR).
Since there are some The Golden age when the KJV does not follow the TR to the letter, Ruckman has no choice but to teach this as part of holding to the inerrancy of the KJV.
A good old man sir, hee will An Age of plaine-dealing book talking as they say, when the age is in, the wit is out, God helpe or, it is a world to see: well said yfaith neighbour Verges, well, God's a good man, and two men ride of a horse, one must ride behinde, an honest soule or sir, by my troth he is, as euer broke bread, but God is to bee worshipt, all men are.
The honest and plaine dealing An Age of plaine-dealing book or, A present remedy for curing diseases and hurts in horses Gathered and written as well for the good [o]f any that will practise it, as for my or, there being nothing contained therein but what is of my owne experience and practise.
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The Works of Francis Bacon, Volume 1/Essays/Notes to Essays. From Wikisource that plaine dealing in denying to deale in sutes at first, and reporting the successe barely, and in challenging no more thanks then one hath deserued, is growen not only honorable, hut also gratious.
which are owing a man till his age. Discerne of the comming. The falling away in book-culture in the second generation of New England colonization can hardly be suggested so forcibly in any other way as by following the degeneration of spelling by town officials—as in the Watertown records in Number (Lechford's Plaine Dealing; ) A Presbyterian demand that this age will see no.
There was a stonemason's yard behind, and in the rear of that yard was a house which, by the addition of a new front, has been converted into the present rectory.
Young, who is now living at the age of about eighty-three, informs me that he can recollect a man regularly selling salt at a small open shop or stall on the site in question. Find Anonymous, English composition information on AllMusic. A Reply to Dr. Morton's General Defense of Three Innocent Ceremonies William Ames () - One of the Greatest Theological Puritans and Writers Today, many Christians are turning back to the puritans to, “walk in the old paths,” of God’s word, and to continue to proclaim old truth that glorifies Jesus Christ.
The Sabbath in Puritan New England. Age had developed and darkened and rendered Lechford, in his "Plaine Dealing," wrote in that they came together in Boston on the Lord's Day by "the wringing of a bell," and it is thought that that bell was a hand-bell.
The first bells, for the lack. ZRn|: Steve Roud's folk song and broadside ballad indices. There is also a broadside ballad index by Steve Roud, in England, which is not yet comparable to this one for ballads prior tobut has many thousands of 18th and 19th century ballads, including later reprints of many here.
He also has a comparable index of folksongs. “Verses of My Owne Making”: Literacy, Work, and Social Identity in Early Modern England Literacy, Work, and Social Identity in Early Modern England, Journal of Social History a Quaker shopkeeper at Lancaster named William Stout wrote of his attempts to follow “the golden rule” and “plaine dealing” in his business: Stout.
[The following essay, entitled A Preface, or rather a Briefe Apologie of Poetrie, and of the Author and Translator, is prefixed to Harington’s translation of Orlando Furioso ‘in English Heroicall verse,’ It is reprinted from the copy in the British Museum.] And cause him take a holsome.
So sweete a kisse the golden Sunne giues not, So sweet a kiss the golden sun gives not: LLL To those fresh morning drops vpon the Rose, To those fresh morning drops upon the rose, LLL As thy eye beames, when their fresh rayse haue smot.
A very perfect discourse and order how to know the age of a horse, and the diseases that breed in him, and the remedies to cure the same by L.
Imprinted at London: By W.I. for Thomas Pauier, The honest and plaine dealing fa[r]rier or, A present remedy for curing diseases and hurts in horses by Grymes, Thomas. Being that book. Much adoe about Nothing by William Shakespeare Part 1 out of 2.
homepage; Index of Much adoe about Nothing; Next part (2) *** Scanner's Notes: What this is and isn't. This was taken from a copy of Shakespeare's first folio and it is as close as I can come in ASCII to the printed text.
The elongated S's have been changed to small s. The first and second part of Gangræna, or, A catalogue and discovery of many of the errors, heresies, blasphemies and pernicious practices of the sectaries of this time, vented and acted in England in these four last years also a particular narration of divers stories, remarkable passages, letters: an extract of many letters, all concerning the present sects: together with some observations.
This was the plaine dealing, truth and simplicity of that age, which used to make all their assurances whatsoever in a few lines and with a few gilt Crosses.
For before the comming in of the Normans, as we read in Ingulphus, writings Obligatorie were made firme with golden Crosses and other small signes or markes. But the Normans beganne. Full text of "The old book collector's miscellany; or, A collection of readable reprints of literary rarities, illustrative of the history, literature, manners, and biography of the English nation during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries" See other formats.
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G c First Folio; Beauty doth varnish Age, Now to plaine dealing, Lay these glozes by, Shall we resolue to woe these girles of France. Kin. Full text of "Publications of the Narragansett Club" See other formats.
3 The book (we speake of the Liturgie so far as it is sound and good) by your confession is no Idolathite, neither was it taken out of the Masse-book in such sense as you object, but rather the masse & other Idolatrous prayers were added to it, for popery is as a scab or leprosie cleaving to the Church; and many truths belonging to the Church.
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The Golden age, or, An Age of plaine-dealing. EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). The golden meane. EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). The. New Characters (drawne to the life) of several persons in several qualities.
These thirty-two New Characters were first published anonymously with Sir Thomas Overbury’s poem ‘A Wife’ in ; background information can be found in any standard history of English Literature.
Full text of "Essex Institute historical collections" See other formats. Dealing for priuate vse twixt man and man, and by close broake age set them at debate: Incenst them vnto Law, which to maintaine, I lent them money vpon Lands and Plate, After the rate of seauen-score in the hundred.
Then did I learne to countefeit mens hands, Noble-mens armes, interline Euidences, Make false conueyances, yet with a trick.
The following quote is from the pdf, ſo you may be the wonder of the world in this later age, for happineſſe and true felicitie, to the honour of that Great GOD Theſe are the two golden pipes, or rather conduits, where-through the oliue branches emptie themſelues into the golde.There is also a broadside ballad index by Steve Roud, in England, which is not yet comparable to this one for ballads prior tobut has many thousands of 18th and 19th century ballads, including later reprints of many here.
He also has a comparable index of folksongs.Rowley, William This text is one of some EEBO-TCP transcriptions ebook Early Ebook plays that have undergone several routines to create an interoperable and algorithmically amenable corpus of Early Modern Drama.
Many incompletely or incorrectly transcribed words, as well as obvious printers' errors have been corrected, but the text has not been proofread word by word.