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Vnion, or vndone

Vnion, or vndone

being a persuasive letter to unity in the Church of England; upon this ground chiefly, least by our toleration of divisions, we bring in the Church of Rome

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Published by printed for Will. Cademan at the Popes-Head in the Lower walk in the New-Exchange in the Strand in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of England -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800,
  • Catholic Church -- England -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUnion, or undone
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1821:7
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15430484M

    Harrison, William, Psalme, and such sentences of Scripture, as be appointed by the Queenes Maiesties Iniunctions, with the Letanie, and Suffrages following the same, and reading one Homilie already deuised and set forth for that purpose, without wearing any surplesses, carying of banners, or handbelles, or staying at Crosses, or any such like popish ceremonies? When the results of such labors agree, then both the theory and the inductive method are admitted to the registers of science. Not long afterward a united howl of rage ascended from the universities.

    Consider the Lilies of the fielde hovv they grovv: They labour not, neyther do they spinne. Wilson's rather lengthy treatise includes many exempla unique to his culture and world view. That Tavernes draine, for Ivy is the signe Of all such sack-shop wits, as well as wine. Shacklock, Richard. First went the Crier with open mouth proclayming The heauy sentence of Iniquitie, The Hangman next, by his base office clayming His right in Hell, where sinners neuer die, Carrying the nayles, the people still blaspheming Their maker, vsing all impiety; The Thieues attending him on either side, The teares of.

    To be short: nature hauing trauayled and dispoyled hir Treasure House for inriching of him, he had by Arte gotten that, which made him most happy and worthy of prayse, which was, the knowledge of good letters, wherein he was so well trayned, as by talke and dispute thereof, he made those to blush that were of that state and profession. Manningham, deceased. Dale with Pocahontas comes for England. Wagner's detailed studies of Tudor rhetoric primarily analyzed Thomas Wilson's Arte of Rhetorique in terms of its appropriation of classical antecedents. But I wasn't getting anywhere. Anyway, there is quite a difference between the current Stratford statue and the one depicted by the artists of a generation or two after the original was carved.


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Vnion, or vndone book

For the whiche mater your most nobill realme wrongfully alas for shame hath stond tributary not vnto any kind Vnion prince, but vnto a cruell deuelisshe bloudsupper dronken in the bloude of the sayntes and marters of christ euersins. If him they sought, he's willing to obay, Onely desires the rest might goe their way.

Out of his abundance he applied considerable sums in charity, and for the benefit of his kindred, and at an early period looked around for a Manningham who might inherit the principal portion of his property and carry on his name.

Who knoweth not the fury of a woman: specially the Noble dame, by seeing or vndone book despised? The force and diligence of Man is able to Make mylde the stronge and Proude, and to ouertake the swyftest Beaste and Foule, or otherwyse to attayne the hyghest and deepest things of the world: but this incarnate diuelish beaste the Woman, no force can subdue hir, no swiftnesse can approch hir mobylity, no good mind is able to preuent hir sleightes and deceites, they seem to be procreated and borne againste all order of Nature, and to liue withoute Lawe, whych gouerneth al other things indued with some reason and vnderstanding.

Ought the wisedome of a Gentleman to stray and wandre through the assaults of an appetite rising of sensuality, and that reason gieue place to that which doeth participate with brute beasts depriued of all reason by subduinge the minde to the affections of the body?

They saw what they believed to be old tool marks on the sides of the pit as the loose earth crumbled away from it. Gratior ut fieret cultus, in mille figuras Flectitur, innumeros [ Also an addition not impertinent thereunto, containing a short collection of his birth, education and course of life.

Above all things, as likely to involve the most important changes, what course would be taken by the Roman Catholics? Neglected beauty now is priz'd by gold, And sacred love is basely bought and sold. But she poore soule by cunning was deceau'd, No hurt therein her harmlesse Heart intended: For she alleadg'd Gods word, which he denies That they should die, but euen as Gods, be wise.

The chapter will then investigate the manner in which Wilson integrated the cosmology, in particular, a cosmological construct he identified as the Law of Nature, into his rhetoric.

Still, Frank Whigham believes that this last passage above shows a complete undermining of the hierarchy. By inspection of all the rows, the cipher clerk could read on one of them the plain English words of the message. Now muster forth with Swords, with Staues, with Bils, High Priests and Scribes, and Elders of the Land, Seeking by force to haue their wicked Wils, Which thou didst neuer purpose to withstand; Now thou mak'st haste vnto the worst of Ils, And who they seeke, thou gently doest demand; This didst thou Lord, t'amaze these Fooles the more, T'inquire of that, thou knew'st so well before.

OH Lord Iesus Christ, the sonne of the euerliuing God, by whom all thinges were made, and be ruled and gouerned: thou the liuely Image of the substance of the Father, the eternall wisedome of God, the brightnes of his glorie, God of God, light of light, coequal, coeternal and consubstantial with the Father: thou which of the loue thou hadst to mankinde, when he was fallen from the fellowshippe of God into the societie of Sathan and al euill, didst vouchsafe for our redemption, to become a mediator betweene God and man taking to thy godhead our nature, as concerning the substance of it, and so becamest man, also the heire of all, and most mercifull Messias, which by the power of thy Godhead and merites of thy manhoode, hast made purgation of our sinnes, euen by thine own selfe, whilest thou was here on earth, beeing nowe set on the right hande of thy father for vs, euen concerning our nature, in maiestie, glorie, and power infinite.

From Boston we drove to New York City where, in those olden days, parking spaces were available in front of the Algonquin, the reputed den of famous thespians and radio announcers.

Farrell also offered me valuable insights as I worked on this project from conception to closure. For loe, the Guiltie doth accuse the Iust, And faultie Iudge condemnes the Innocent; And wilfull Iewes to exercise their lust, With whips and taunts against their Lord are bent; He basely vs'd, blasphemed, scorn'd and curst, Our heauenly King to death for vs they sent: Reproches, slanders, spittings in his face, Spight doing all her worst in his disgrace.

40311069 the Prayer Book of Queen Elizabeth 1559

In the beginning are added these. Mine shall have no such thoughts, if I have one He shall be more a pupill then a sonne: And at my grave weepe truth, and say deaths hand, That bountifully unto thine gave land, But rob'd him of a Tutor; Cursed store!

If the Visitation may be depended upon we may infer that between the time when the return was made and the 21st Januarywhen John Manningham made his own will, he lost his daughter Anne by death, and his youngest son, to whom he gave the name of his brother-in-law Walter, was born.

Conversely, the maintenance of decorum was critical to the preservation of the hierarchy. In this there is no cause to blame Loue of blindnesse, for all the inequality of our houses, apparant vpon the first sight and shew of the same. Here shadowy groves, and craggy mountaines there; Here Rivers headlong fall, there springs runne cleare; The Heavens bright Raies through clouds must azure show, Circled about with Iris gawdy bow.

By George Bishop, Ralph Newberie, and Robert Barker, Imprinted at London : Anno [] … ne to their bowes and arrowes, and came fiercely vpon them, not respecting the rest of our companie which were ready for their defence but with their arrowes hure diuers of them: we tooke the one, and the other escaped.The team kindly allowed me to take a fresh look at the digital images of the Folio annotations, downloaded from their Shakespeare First Folio Electronic Library of Meisei University Shakespeare Collection Database in progress, which enabled me to examine the printed text of my transcription.

The book is maflive but buoyant, philofophic yet flirewd, controverfial neverthelefs judicial. I venture to fay that the Univerfity Prefs of Oxford mould honour itfelf by refcuing from the hazard of a fingle manufcript this truly Magnum opus.

Befides the finely-tranfcribed folio, there are volumes on volumes of collections of many years; all of. book waste-paper, have been said to confirm day by day many It, of the rest importance. day, for that will Like its unrival-value increases every more clearly ascertained of the subtler meanings of passages in the works of Shakespeare depend upon minute indications and peculiarities which are alone to be traced in the original printed text.

A. Had charge the tender Orphans of the dead And widowes aydc, leaft they (hould be vndone: In face of ludgemeot he theirright would plead, Ne ought thepowre of mighty men did dread In their defence, oorwould for gold or fee Be wonne their rightfull caufei downe to.

Book III as we will see brought the two impulses into much more direct conflict. 83 Book III: Elocution and the Management of a Diverse Society and a Diverse Language The difficulty facing Wilson in Book III of the Arte was the nature of style itself.

It was an integral part of the hierarchy—each class of individual within the hierarchy spoke. We are all vndone. Gui. Why, worthy Father, what haue we to loose, But that he swore to take our Liues? the Law Protects not vs, then why should we be tender, To let an arrogant peece of flesh threat vs?

Play Iudge, and Executioner, all himselfe? For we do feare the Law. What company Discouer you abroad? Bel.