Harvey's Four letters, and sonnets, touching Robert Greene; Pierce's supererogation; [and] New letter of notable contents. Brathwaite's Essays upon the five senses (Google eBook)
Sir Egerton Brydges
From the private Press of Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, printed by T. Davison, 1815 - English prose literature
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Page 69 - Ne fawnest for the favour of the great ; Ne fearest foolish reprehension Of faulty men, which danger to thee threat ; But freely dost, of what thee list, entreat, Like a great lord of peerless liberty ; Lifting the good up to high...
Page 179 - Ergonist, sacrilegiously contaminated, decrepite capacitie, fictionate person, humour vnconuersable, merriments vnexilable, the horrisonant pipe of inueterate antiquitie, and a number of such Inkhornish phrases, as it were a pan of outlandish collops, the very bowels of his profoundest Schollerisme. For his Eloquence passeth my intelligence, that cleapeth himselfe a...
Page 66 - ... especially of Palladius and Daiphantus, Zelmane and Amphialus, Phalantus and Amphialus; but chiefly of Argalus and Amphialus, Pyrocles and Anaxius, Musidorus and Amphialus, whose lusty combats may seem heroical monomachies.
Page xi - Epitaphes, and other solemne deuises, that entitle him not at the least, The second Toy of London ; the Stale of Poules, the Ape of Euphues, the Vice of the Stage, the mocker of the simple world: the flowter of his friendes, the Foe of himselfe: and so foorth.
Page 138 - ... and fee Euphues betimes, for fear lest he be moved, or some one of his apes hired, to make a play of you, and then is your credit quite undone for ever and ever. Such is the public reputation of their plays. He must needs be discouraged whom they decipher. Better anger an hundred other than two such that have the stage at commandment, and can furnish out vices and devils at their pleasure...