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|Other titles||A letter written out of England to an English gentleman remaining at Padua.|
|LC Classifications||DA358.W15 A2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p.l., 55 p. front.|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||ca 15000806|
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Skip to main content. Try Prime Books. Authentic memoirs of that exquisitely villanous Jesuit: Father Richard Walpole. Being The Copy of a letter, written from London, by a Gentleman, to his Friend, another English Gentleman residing at Padoua in Italy: Laying open his abominable Practices and base Dealings with that wicked Traytor Edward Squire ; Who was lately, and most deservedly, executed for his poisonous Attempts against the.
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Illustrated with a very pertinent Appendix, Lond. This pamphlet, in 16mo, was printed from a manuscript much fuller than that which was printed in quarto in in eight pages.
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Click Download or Read Online button to get a gentle jesuit book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. With regard to the journey of Father Parsons to Rome, although, on the one hand, I see the good likely to result from it, yet, on the other, knowing the hatred and aversion with which he is regarded by the Scottish and French factions, (who, in consequence of his reply to the queen’s edict, of the book written on the succession, and.
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Accordingly they set to work selecting certain types that pleased them; they wrote a Authentic memoirs of that exquisitely villanous Jesuit collection of pleasant essays and presented the reading public with "Wits and Beaux of Society".
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Sir James had heard, perhaps, of Father Daniel's Entretiens de Cleandre et d'Eudoxe, but it is very evident that he had never even " cast a glance over" that book ; for the work of Bouhours, which he has confounded with it, is a philological treatise, which has no reference whatever to the Provincial Letters.
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The tributaries of Cheapside also abound in interest, and mark various stages in the history of the great City. Bread Street was the bread market of the time of Edward I., and is especially honoured for being the birthplace of Milton; and in Milk Street (the old milk market) Sir Thomas More was born.
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Her father offered it to Cadell, who refused it. First Impressions had been completed some three months when the young author began to re-write Elinor and Marianne as Sense and Sensibility; but this did not appear till It is thus her first published book, and its success was immediate.
“ A Father Alexander, Spanish Jesuit, was sent by the king of Spain to the Duke de Biron, to inform him that the Council of Conscience in Spain had declared that they might accept the services of the Duke de Bouillon in so holy a cause, against a king of whom they said the worst things that an enemy can say ; it was vengeance on enemies by.
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The fact is, the motion on board a large ocean steamer of tons is totally different from that villanous stomach and brain dislocatory movement felt in the cock-boats in our uneasy Channel, being a majestic kind of heave and roll, as stupendous as the mighty Atlantic.
11 THE LIFE-SHORE. From flousehold Words. THE LIFE-SHORE. ALONE by my fire-side dreaming, Counting Lifes golden sands: Counting the years on my fingers Since my youth and I shook hands Since I stood, weak and weary, On the shores of a troubled sea, And my youth and its hopes went drifting Down the ebb-tide, dark and dree Counting the years on my fingers And looking along the.
JAMES W. ALEXANDER, the eldest son of Archibald and Janetta Alexander, was born MIa The Page VIII Viii PREFACE. place of his birth was the residence of his maternal grandfather, the Rev.
James Waddel, in Louisa County, Virginia, on an estate called Hopewell, at the junction of the three counties of Louisa, Orange, and Albemarle. Full text of "English eccentrics and eccentricities" See other formats. There were, however, papers, and letters enough, if I consulted merely what is termed book-makings to furnish another volume of Memoirs.
But, Mtya,Q»/3xio«/ fxiyu Kxkok I always regarded a great book as a great evil ; and I hope the public will not think, that I have lost sight of my predilection for this ancient maxim, in the present. Gray The Scottish Horace Walpole, Mrs.
Browning TEMPLE BAR. A Chapter on Proposals, - A Great Yorkshire Vicar, Griselda Our Diplomatists III - - - - 75 - - lv CONTENTS. HISTORY OF THE JESUITS VOL/5(2). The treatise on naval tactics, which may be called the founda- tion for all subsequent books on the subject, was written in the reign of Louis XJV., by a French Jesuit, Paul lHoste, who was a thorough seaman and had seen much service in the naval wars with England.
The book seems to have passed uunoticed. Inwhen it was published. peo- hour, and such the origin, of the perfect pie were perhaps too mucW engrossed with the polity, the noblest work of man.
And tremendous present to care much for paradoxes whit were the authors of that wor~k. about the past. The worthy Mr. Donnelly then quotes Mr. Holmes for Shakespeares knowledge of the Greek drama. Turning to Mr. Holmes (who takes his motto, if you please, from Parmenides) we find that the author of Richard II.
borrowed from a Greek play by Euripides, called Hellene, as did the author of the sonnets. A man of rare genius, and even of poetical genius, has gone so far as to make these il- lusions the true subject of poetry,almost the sole subject.
Without, says Father Newman, of one of his characters, being himself a poet, he was in the season of poe- try, in the sweet springtime, when the year is most beautiful, because it is new.
Looking now at the age of productivity, we obtain the following results: out of a list of thirty-one, seven certainly wrote memoirs or other works under 20; fifteen gave out their first known production be- tween 20 and 25; three began to write between 25 and 3o; leaving six who, so far as I can judge, entered on the produc- tive stage after WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: THE CRITICAL HERITAGE VOLUME 4, – THE CRITICAL HERITAGE SERIES General Editor: m The Critical Heritage series collects together a large body of criticism on major figures in literature.
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