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" These bountiful beginnings raise all men's spirits, and put them in great hopes, insomuch that not only Protestants, but Papists, and Puritans, and the very poets, with their idle pamphlets, promise themselves great part in his favour... "
The Court and Times of James the First: Illustrated by Authentic and ... - Page 7
edited by - 1848 - 510 pages
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The Progresses, Processions, and Magnificent Festivities, of King ..., Volume 1

John Nichols - England - 1828 - 609 pages
...fifteen individuals. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF TRACTS ON THE ACCESSION AND CORONATION OF KING JAMES. " The very Poets, with their idle pamphlets, promise themselves great part in his favour." Letter of Mr. Chamberlain to Mr. Dudley Carleton, April 13, 1603; see p. 52. ANONYMOUS. 1. " Elizaes...
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Shakspeare's sonnets never before interpreted: his private friends ...

Gerald Massey - Drama - 1866 - 603 pages
...Southampton was delivered out of the Tower by warrant from the King,' sent by Lord Kinloss—'These bountiful beginnings raise all men's spirits, and put them in great hopes.' Wilson says, 3 'The Earl of Southampton, covered long with the ashes of great Essex his ruins, was...
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The secret drama of Shakespeare's sonnets

Gerald Massey - Drama - 1888 - 482 pages
...Earl of Southampton was delivered out of the Tower by warrant from the King," sent by Lord Kinloss—" These bountiful beginnings raise all men's spirits, and put them in great hopes." Wilson says, i " The Earl of Southampton, covered long with the ashes of great Essex his ruins, was...
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The sonnets of Shakespeare: from the quarto of 1609, with variorum readings ...

William Shakespeare - 1916 - 542 pages
...Earl of Southampton was delivered out of the Tower by warrant from the King," sent by Lord Kinloss — "These bountiful beginnings raise all men's spirits, and put them in great hopes." (p. 334.) ISAAC, [taking the sonnet to be addressed to Essex, interprets it as of the year 1598:] In...
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Shakespeare and the Poet's Life

Gary Schmidgall
...John Chamberlain indicates in a letter of 12 April 1603: "These bountiful beginnings raise all mens spirits and put them in great hopes, insomuch that not only protestants, but papists and puritanes, and the very poets with theyre ydle pamflets promise themselves great part in his favor"...
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The Cambridge History of Early Modern English Literature

David Loewenstein, Janel Mueller - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2002 - 1038 pages
...gave poets hope that they would enjoy new prominence and esteem. John Chamberlain cynically observed, 'the very poets, with their idle pamphlets, promise themselves great part in his favour'.5 In the first years after his accession, there were from three to seven times as many books...
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King James I and the Religious Culture of England

James Doelman - History - 2000 - 184 pages
...stirred many men to rush north to meet the new king. Among these were men with poetic inclinations: "the very poets with their idle pamphlets promise themselves great part in his favor", wrote John Chamberlain.4 Early on, James confirmed his reputation for generosity, already knighting...
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John Donne: The Reformed Soul

John Stubbs - Biography & Autobiography - 2006 - 565 pages
...reservations. He inspired hope in all quarters, even in those accustomed to neglect or downright persecution: 'not only protestants, but papists and puritans, and the very poets with theyre idle pamflets promise themselves great part in his favour.'8 Many English Papists indeed began...
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Hamlet and the Scottish Succession: Being an Examination of the Relations of ...

Lilian Winstanley - Great Britain - 1970 - 188 pages
...Southampton was delivered out of the Tower, and the King looked upon him with a smiling countenance. . . . These bountiful beginnings raise all men's spirits and put them in great hopes." Now, we can surely see a certain resemblance between these events and the love-story of Hamlet and...
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