Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages, Tom 11

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Percy Society, 1844
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Strona 91 - Shaw, of the British Museum ; the latter better known, perhaps, to the present age, as the author of British Zoology, and of whom an acute and eminent, and not usually very complimentary, critic, Dr. Parr, is said to have affirmed, that " he wrote the best Latin of any man since the time of Erasmus." With such companions did Sir Alexander pass his earlier years ; and he has left a pleasing and honourable testimony to the value he himself placed on these his school-boy days : " The years which I passed...
Strona xxv - And other that were coblers and tinkers, they used shoe maker's wax, with the rust of old pans, and made therewithal a noble salve, as they did term it. But in the end this worthy rabblement was committed to the Marshalsea, and threatened by the duke's grace to be hanged for their worthy deeds, except they would declare the truth what they were, and of what occupations, and in the end they did confess, as I have declared to you before.
Strona xviii - Twango. And thus the first scene is acted. The cup being newly replenished to the breadth of an haire, he that is the pledger must now beginne his part, and thus it goes round throughout the whole company, provided...
Strona ix - The Aduentures of Brusanus, Prince of Hungaria, Pleasant for all to read, and profitable for some to follow. Written by Barnaby Riche, seaven or eight yeares sithence, and now published by the great intreaty of diuers of his freendes. Imprinted at London for Thomas Adames, 1592," 4to., b. 1. The dedication is " To the woorshipfull and vertuous yoong Gentlewoman, mistresse Jayes Aston, daughter to the right worshipfull Sir Edward Aston, Knight ;" but it gives no information, excepting that Rich subscribes...
Strona 87 - J. PAYNE COLLIER, ESQ. FSA T. CROFTON CROKER, ESQ. FSA, M.RI.A. PETER CUNNINGHAM, Esq. REV. ALEXANDER DYCE. WILLIAM JERDAN, ESQ. FSA, MRS L.
Strona xv - There is a copy in the Bridgewater Library (See Collier's Catalogue, p. 254), another in the Bodleian, and a third in Mr. Grenville's library. 23. " The Irish Hvbbvb, or, The English live and Crie.
Strona 40 - For Alfred seide a wis word, Euch mon hit schulde legge on hord, ' 3ef thu i-sihst [him er] he beo i-cume, His strncthe is him wel neh bi-nume.' An grete duntes beoth the lasse, 3ef me i-kepth mid i-warnesse ; An fleo schal toward mis-3enge. 3ef thu i-sihst hu fleo of strenge, For thu mi3t blenche wel and fleo, 3if thu i-sihst heo to the teo. 123° That eni man beo falle in odwite...
Strona 36 - ... fastest. They say it is good for a cold, for a pose, for rewms, for aches, for dropsies, and for all manner of diseases, proceeding of moyst humours ; but I cannot see but that those that...
Strona i - COUNCIL President. THE RT. HON. LORD BRAYBROOKE, FSA, THOMAS AMYOT, ESQ. FRS TREAS. SA WILLIAM HENRY BLACK, ESQ WILLIAM CHAPPELL, ESQ. FSA Treasurer.
Strona 8 - He is him ripe and fastrede, Ne lust him nu to none un-rede ; Nu him ne lust na more pleie, He wil gon a rijte weie." The ni3tingale was al 3are Ho had i-lorned wel aiware :

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