Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books, Volume 1

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F.C. & J. Rivington, 1814 - Bibliographical literature
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Page 371 - The true Tragedie of Richard Duke of Yorke, and the death of good King Henrie the Sixt, with the whole contention betweene the two Houses Lancaster and Yorke, as it was sundrie times acted by the Right Honourable the Earle of Pembrooke his seruants.
Page 380 - Sir Maurice Abbot Knight, into the Majoralty of the famous and farre renowned City London. All the charge and expence of the laborious Projects both by water and Land, being the sole undertaking of the Right Worshipfull Company of the Drapers. Written by Thomas Heywood. /. Okes. 1638. BM (113. 1. 10.) Bodl. Londini Status Pacatus : or, Londons Peaceable Estate. Exprest in sundry Triumphs...
Page 168 - Villiers lies — alas! how chang'd from him, That life of pleasure and that soul of whim ? Gallant and gay, in Cliveden's proud alcove, The...
Page 294 - Amends for Ladies. With the merry prankes of Moll Cut-Purse, Or, the humour of roaring : A Comedy full of honest mirth and wit.
Page 386 - Printed by EA for Edward White, and are to be solde at the Little North Doore of S. Paules Church, at the Signe of the Gunne. 1589.
Page 76 - I have also this truth to say of the author, that he was in his time a man generally known, and as well beloved; for he was humble, and obliging in his behaviour, a gentleman, a scholar, very innocent and prudent: and indeed his whole life was useful, quiet, and virtuous.
Page 212 - Triumphs their tombs, felicities their fate ; Of more than earth, can earth make none partaker, But knowledge makes the king most like his Maker.
Page 235 - A Discourse of English Poetrie, together with the author's judgment, touching the reformation of our English verse, by William Webbe, Graduate.
Page 237 - Prime Gardens for gathering English according to the true gage or standard of the tongue about fifteen or sixteen years ago.
Page 352 - Imprinted at London by Simon Stafford for Cuthbert Burby : And are to be sold at his shop neere the Royall Exchange, 1599.

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