2 edition of A mothers teares ouer hir seduced sonne: or A dissuasiue from idolatry found in the catalog.
A mothers teares ouer hir seduced sonne: or A dissuasiue from idolatry
|Other titles||Mothers teares over hir seduced sonne: or A dissuasive from idolatry., Dissuasiue from idolatry., Dissuasive from idolatry.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1524:6.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 167 p.|
|Number of Pages||167|
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Come we againe then to our purpose: the good Pilgrime of Loretto went forth hir voyage to atchieue hir deuotions, by visiting the Saint for whose Reliques she was departed the country of the Duke hir Sonne: when she had done hir suffrages at Loretto, hir people thought hir voiage to be at an end, and that she would haue returned again into hir Anonymous. A speciall grace, appointed to haue been said after a banket at Yorke, vpo[n] the good nues and Proclamacion thear, of the entraunce in to reign ouer vs, of Our Soueraign Lady Elizabeth. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. A specimen of the several sorts of letter given to the university by Dr. John Fell late Lord Bishop of ://
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A mothers teares ouer hir seduced sonne: or A dissuasiue from idolatry: penned in way of a dialogue, by occasion of a late letter from the sonne now at Doway, to his mother: which is also printed vvith the letter, and is fully set downe in the sonnes part, for the substance, though with some addition in :// BOOK I FORMAL WRITINGS.
chapter: I Printed Matter. section: 3. ; by Ruth Willard Hughey [Hughey, Ruth Willard, ] date: source publisher: collection: Early Modern through the 18th Century.
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Which, how su∣table for thee, I know not: But I am sure, for me. The bitter Conflicts of the Mo∣ther in the birth, may iust∣ly name it Ben-oni, Sonne of Sorrow: But the Father, Ben-iamin, Sonne of the right hand; Or Barnabas, Sonne of ?rgn=main;view.
Hereof thou hast Iosephus a witnes worthy of creditte, declaring how that Herode after that he had receaued of the Romaines, the rule ouer the Ievves, assigned them no more Priests which were of the priestly progeny, but certayne base and obscure personages, the like did his Sonne Archelaus, and after him the Romaines bearing rule, committed 1.
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7 2. the Lord Page 12 * THE SECOND YEERE OF HER RAIGNE. Anno Domini, * AT the beginning of this yeere, Queene E∣LIZABETH re-established, and resto∣red of new, W. Parr to the dignity of Mar∣quis of Northampton, who vnder Queene MARIES raigne had beene degraded of that honour.
Her Maiesty also reconferred the Barony of Beauchamp, and Earledome of Hartford, vnto Edward Seymor, a noble ?rgn=div1;view=fulltext. The glory of England, or A true description of many excellent prerogatiues and remarkeable blessings, whereby she triumpheth ouer all the nations of the world vvith a iustifiable comparison betweene the eminent kingdomes of the earth, and herselfe: plainely manifesting the defects of them all in regard of her sufficiencie and fulnesse of ?rgn=main;view=fulltext.
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Of Funerall Monuments, Graues, Tombes, or Sepulchres. Of the ancient custome of burialls. Of Epitaphs, and other funerall honours.
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This place was heretofore lorded ouer by the Kashboots, a noble and valiant (but now a Theeuish) people, in the yeare of our Lord, they were expeld their Country by one Mahumed an Arabian, who left his sonne Mamudeus (from whence the Coine Mamudees has denomination) to succeed him, and see Badur who out of a Tyrannique mind, sent An illustration of an open book.
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The Egyptians had their Typho, the Assyrians their Ti-a-mat (the Serpent), the Hebrews their Beelzebub, or Prince of Flies, and the Scandinavians their many religions teach that the evil influence has a stronger hold upon mankind than the good influence—so great, indeed A Checke or reproofe of M.
Howlets vntimely shreeching in her Maiesties eares, with an answeare to the reasons alleadged in a discourse therunto annexed, why Catholikes (as they are called) refuse to goe to church.
Wherein (among other things) the Papists traiterous and treacherous doctrine and demeanour towardes our Soueraigne and the State, is somewhat at large vpon occasion vnfolded book A Power to Do Justice: Jurisdiction in English Literature, – is to be published by the University of Chicago Press.
He has written articles on early modern law and literature, and is co-author, with Carla Mazzio, of Book Use, Book Theory: – (). He is currently at work on a study of Shakespeare’s :// Full text of "Complete works; now for the first time collected and edited from the earliest quartos with life, bibliography, essays, notes, and index" See other The original of Manningham's Diary, which is here printed, is No.
in the Harleian collection of MSS. in the British is a diminutive 12mo. volume, measuring not quite six inches by four, and containing leaves. The handwriting, of which an admirable representation is given in the fac-simile prefixed, is small, and in the main extremely legible; yet in some few places, from A PROCLAMATION that straungers shall paye lyke custome and subsydie as the kynges subiectes.
FOR AS MOCHE as it is the offyce and duetie of chiefe rulers and gouernours of all ciuile cōmynalties, to study deuise and practise by sondrye wayes and meanes, to auaunce set forthe and encrease theyr common welthes, commytted to theyr cures and charges, and to mayntayne and obserue suche ordynaunces We find the illustrious author of the Novum Organon sacrificing to courtly suppleness his philosophic truth, and gravely prescribing the ingredients for a witches' ointment; —Raleigh, adopting miserable fallacies at second hand, without subjecting them to the crucible of his acute and vigorous understanding; —Selden, maintaining that crimes of the imagination may be punished with death.
Full text of "The Oxford book of English verse,chosen & edited by Arthur Quiller-Couch" See other formats A most notable and worthy example of an vngratious sonne, who in the pride of his hart denied his owne father.
EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). A most pleasant and merie nevv comedie, intituled, A knacke to knowe a knaue. EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). A most pleasant comedie of Mucedorus the kings sonne of Valentia and Amadine the Kings daughter of ://There are copies of this book Cambridge University Library.
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