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" I say not this but that in euery shyre of England there be gentlemen and others that speake, but specially write, as good Southerne as we of Middlesex or Surrey do, but not the common people of euery shire, to whom the gentlemen, and also their learned... "
Principles of English Etymology - Page 505
by Walter William Skeat - 1892 - 547 pages
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Ancient critical essays upon English poets and poŽsy, Volume 1

Joseph Haslewood, George Gascoigne, William Webbe, James I (King of England), Sir John Harington, Francis Meres, Thomas Campion, Samuel Daniel, Edmund Bolton, Edmund Spenser, Gabriel Harvey - English literature - 1811
...their learned clarkes do for the most part condescend, but heroin we are already ruled by th'English Dictionaries and other bookes written by learned men,...therefore it needeth none other direction in that behalfe. Albeit peraduenture some small admonition be not impertinent, for we finde in our English writers many...
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Ancient critical essays upon English poets and poŽsy, Volume 1

George Gascoigne, William Webbe, James I (King of England), Sir John Harington, Francis Meres, Thomas Campion, Samuel Daniel, Edmund Bolton, Edmund Spenser, Gabriel Harvey - English literature - 1811
...their learned clarkes do for the most part condescend, but herein we are already ruled by th'English Dictionaries and other bookes written by learned men, and therefore it needeth none o1 her direction in that behalfe. Albeit peraduenture some small admonition be not impertinent, for...
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Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth ...

Lucy Aikin - Great Britain - 1818
...for the most part condescend ; but herein we are ruled by the English dictionaries and other books written by learned men ; and therefore it needeth none other direction in that behalf. Albeit peradventure some small admonition be not impertinent, for we find in our English writers...
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The Arte of English Poesie: June? 1589, Issue 15

Edward Arber - English poetry - 1869 - 320 pages
...their learned clarkes do for the mofl part condefcend, but herein we are already ruled by th'Englifh Dictionaries and other bookes written by learned men,...therefore it needeth none other direction in that behalfe. Albeit peraduenture fome finall admonition be not impertinent, for we finde in our Englifh writers...
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Memoirs of the court of queen Elizabeth. Repr. of the 6th ed

Lucy Aikin - 1872
...for the most part condescend ; but herein we are ruled by the English dictionaries and other books written by learned men ; and therefore it needeth none other direction in that behalf. Albeit peradventure some small admonition be not impertinent, for we find in our English writers...
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The English Bible: An External and Critical History of the Various ..., Volume 2

John Eadie - Bible - 1876
...for the most part condescend ; but herein we are ruled by the English dictionaries and other books written by learned men ; and therefore it needeth none other direction in that behalf. Albeit peradventure some small admonition be not impertinent, for we find in our English writers...
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Chambers's Cyclopśdia of English Literature: A History ..., Volumes 1-2

Robert Carruthers - Authors, American - 1880
...most part condescend ; but herein we ara already ruled by the English dictionaries, and other books written by learned men. and therefore it needeth none other direction in that behalf. END OF VOLUME I. CYCLOPAEDIA 4 OF ENGLISH LITERATURE A HISTORY, CRITICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL,...
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principles of english etymology

rev. walter w. skeat - 1887
...Westeme mans speach : ye shall therefore take the vsuall speach of the Court, and that of London and the shires lying about London within Ix. myles, and...English Poesie; lib. iii. c. 4 (ed. Arber, p. 157). its existence. But see p. 78, note 2 ; and compare the following statement made at a meeting of the...
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English Prose: Its Elements, History, and Usage

John Earle - English language - 1890 - 530 pages
...also their learned clarkes do for the most part condescend, but herein we are already ruled by the English Dictionaries and other bookes written by learned...therefore it needeth none other direction in that behalfe. ó George Puttenham, Arte of English Poesie, p. 120 f. Every idiom would be found to rest upon Home...
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English Prose: Its Elements, History, and Usage

John Earle - English language - 1890 - 530 pages
...also their learned clarkes do for the most part condescend, but herein we are already ruled by the English Dictionaries and other bookes written by learned...men, and therefore it needeth none other direction in thatbehalfe. ó George Puttenham, Arte of English Poesie, p. 120 f. Every idiom would be found to...
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