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" ... to hawk, to hunt, to play at tennis, and all pastimes generally which be joined with labour used in open place, and on the daylight, containing either some fit exercise for war, or some pleasant pastime for peace, be not only comely and decent, but... "
The Massachusetts Teacher: A Journal of School and Home Education - Page 73
1853
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The popular history of England, Volume 3

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1857
...pastimes generally which be joined with labour, used in open placel and in the daylight, containing either some fit exercise for war or some pleasant pastime...also very necessary for a courtly gentleman to use." The training of the courtly gentlemen of England has, for three centuries, been according to the maxim...
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Literary Remains of King Edward the Sixth: Preface, containing an account of ...

Edward VI (King of England) - Great Britain - 1857
...the day-light, and which contain some fit exercise for war, or some pleasant pastime for peace. These be not only comely and decent, but also very necessary for a courtly gentleman to use. (Schoolmaster, p. 63.) Archery. Archery, when its importance as an engine of war had declined, maintained...
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Cambridge Essays, Volume 4

1858
...the daylight, which contain some fit exercise for war or some pleasant pastime for peace, — these be not only comely and decent, but also very necessary for a courtly gentleman to use. Sidney himself gave this advice at a later period to his younger brother : — When you play at weapons,...
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William Shakspere: A Biography

Charles Knight - Dramatists, English - 1860 - 553 pages
...pastimes generally which be joined with labour, used in open place, and in the daylight, containing either some fit exercise for war, or some pleasant pastime for peace, be not only comely and decert, but also very necessary for a courtly gentleman to use." To "ride comely," to "shoot fairly...
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All the Year Round, Volume 4

1861
...an old library at Cambridge or elsewhere. " Of all kind of pastimes fit for a gentleman," he said, " I will, God willing, in fitter place more at large declare fully, in my Book of the Cock-pit." We shall learn something by the disentombing of that " Book of the Cock-pit," in which one of the most...
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The Planet, conducted by T. McNicoll

Thomas M'Nicoll
...pastimes generally which be joined with labour, used in open place, and in the daylight, containing either some fit exercise for war, or some pleasant pastime...also very necessary for a courtly gentleman to use." NOTES ON LOVE. 1. LIKE everything else, love has its incipient stage; and this is so critical that...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 11

Henry Barnard - Education - 1862
...on the daylight, containing cither some fit exercise for war, or some pleasant pastime for peace, bo not only comely and decent, but also very necessary for a courtly gentlemen to use." Returning to the subject of joining learning with comely exercises, he highly recommends...
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The Whole Works of Roger Ascham: A report and discourse of the affaires and ...

Roger Ascham, Giles Ascham - 1864
...generally, which be joined with labour, used in open place, and on the day-light, containing either some fit exercise for war, or some pleasant pastime...necessary for a courtly gentleman to use. But of all kind of pastimes fit for a gentleman, I will, God willing, in fitter place more at large declare fully,...
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The Whole Works of Roger Ascham: A report and discourse of the affaires and ...

Roger Ascham, Giles Ascham - 1864
...day-light, containing either some fit exercise for war, or some plea140 SCHOOLMASTER, BOOK I. sant pastime for peace, be not only comely and decent,...necessary for a courtly gentleman to use. But of all kind of pastimes fit for a gentleman, I will, God willing, in fitter place more at large declare fully,...
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The New York Teacher, and the American Educational Monthly, Volume 5

Education - 1868
...pastimes generally which be joined with labor used in open place, and in the daylight, containing either some fit exercise for war, or some pleasant pastime...also very necessary for a courtly gentleman to use." " The greatest clerks be not the wisest men." And here comes something of graver air, which will spread...
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