2 edition of Witty apophthegms delivered at several times & upon several occasions found in the catalog.
Witty apophthegms delivered at several times & upon several occasions
|Statement||by King James, King Charles, the Marquess of Worcester Francis Lord Bacon & Sir Thomas Moor.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
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The Golden Apophthegms of His Royall Maiesty King Charles I and Henry Marq. Of Worcester [microform]: Both Divine and Morall as They Were Delivered Upon Several Occasions in the Time of the Late Unhappy War Between His Majesty and the Old Parliament:.
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Full text of "A hand-list of the early English literature preserved in the Malone Collection in the Bodleian library" See other formats. James I, King of England, Witty apophthegms delivered at several times, and upon several occasions by King James, King Charls, the Marquess of Worcester, Francis Lord Bacon, and Sir Thomas Moor ; collected and revised.
WITTY APOPHTHEGMS (Wittie apophthegmes) delivered at several times, and upon several occasions, by King James, King Charles, the Marquess of Worcester, Francis Lord Bacon, and Sir Thomas Moor. by Anonymous, Compiled by Thomas Bayly. My little find this week is in Thomas Bayly’s Witty apophthegms delivered at several times, and upon several occasions by King James, King Charls, the Marquess of Worcester, Francis Lord Bacon, and Sir Thomas Moor; collected and revised ().This book goes a long way to convince any reader that the Stuart Kings simply did not deliver ‘witty.
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Works. Title: Regales Aphorismi: or a Royal Chain of Golden Sentences, Divine, Morall, and Politicall, as at severall times, and on several occasions they were delivered by King James, Collected by certain reverend and honourable personages attending on his Majesty, Author: James I, King of England, Aphorism NumberQuote PagePrinted.
“But as there are several sorts of ambiguity, with regard to which accurate study is necessary, we should be attentive and on the watch for words; and thus, though we may avoid frigid witticisms, (for we must be cautious that a jest be not thought far-fetched,) we shall hit upon may acute sayings.
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Hugh Chamberlain. Chamberlen, Peter, /  To my beloved friends and neighbours of the Black-Fryers: Chamberlen, Peter, / . A witty rogue coming into a lace shop, said he had occasion for some lace, choice whereof being showed him, he at last pitched upon one pattern, and asked them how much they would have for so much he had occasion for; they told him for so much: so some few words passing between them, he at last agreed, and told down his money for it, and began.
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The only prospectus of the Table Book was the eight versified lines on the title-page. They appeared on New Year’s Day, prefixed to the first number; which, with the successive sheets, to the present date, constitute the volume now.
And at the feast of the Lupercalia,2 when the consul Antony placed a crown upon his head in the rostra several times, he as often put it away, and sent it to the Capitol for Jupiter, the Best and the Greatest. A report was very current, that he had a design of withdrawing to Alexandria or Ilium, whither he proposed to transfer the imperial.
Against many of the notches there are placed on the left hand several marks or symbols denoting the golden number or cycle of the Moon, which number if under 5, is represented by so many points, or dots; but if 5, a line is drawn from the notch, or day, it belongs to, with a hook returned back against the course of the line, which, if cut off.
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There was a machine all, the little daughter was taken. called the piniwinkies a kind of thumb-screw, which brought blood from under the finger-nails, with a pain successfully terrible. THE PREFACE. Although I fear, lest, if in defending the people of England, I should be as copious in words, and empty of matter, as most men think Salmasius has been in his defence of the king, I might seem to deserve justly to be accounted a verbose and silly defender; yet since no man thinks himself obliged to make so much haste, though in the handling but of any ordinary .The book of Jasher, said to have been preserved from the deluge by Noah, but since lost, was extant in the time of Joshua, and in the time of David.
Mr. Bryant thinks, however, very justly, that the ten tables of stone were the first written characters. The book of Jasher is mentioned Joshua x.
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