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" I send you this piece of what may live of mine; for whose innocence, as for the author's, you were once a noble and timely undertaker to the greatest justice of this kingdom. "
'Brief Lives': I-Y - Page 51
by John Aubrey, Andrew Clark - 1898
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The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory ..., Volume 2

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
...appear, and shew by which of these seals I am known, I send yon this piece of what may live of mine ; for whose innocence, as for the author's, you were...timely undertaker* to the greatest justice of this kingdom. Enjoy now 1 To the •virtuous, and my worthy friend, Mr. Richard Martin.] This gentleman,...
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The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory ..., Volume 2

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - Drama - 1816
...in 1618, two years after the appearance of this dedication, and was buried in the Temple Church. 1 For whose innocence, as for the author's, you were once a noble and timely undertaker, fyc.'] It appears from the Apologetical Dialogue subjoined to this Drama, that Jonson was accused of...
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Works, Volume 2

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1875
...two years after the appearance of this dedication, and was buried in the Temple Church. 2 For w/wse innocence, as for the author's, you were once a noble and timely undertaker, &c.] It appears from the Apologetical Dialogue subjoined to this Drama, that Jonson was accused of...
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Old and new London: a narrative of its history, its people and its places ...

George Walter Thornbury, Edward Walford - 1880
...person to whom Ben Jonson dedicated his bitter play, The Poetaster. In the dedication the poet says, " For whose innocence as for the author's you were once a noble and kindly undertaker : signed, your true lover, BEN JOKSON." On the accession of James I. some of his...
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The Genesis of the United States: A Narrative of the Movement in ..., Volume 2

Alexander Brown - United States - 1890 - 1157 pages
...whom Ben Jonson dedicated his bitter play, ' The Poetaster' [1602]. In the dedication the poet says, ' For whose innocence as for the author's you were once a noble and kindly undertaker : signed, your true lover, Ben Jonson.' " (Thornbury's « Old and New London.") He...
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Report and Transactions, Volume 25

Science - 1893
...appear, and shew by which of these seals I am known, I send you this piece of what may live of mine; for whose innocence, as for the author's, you were...timely undertaker to the greatest justice of this kingdom. Enjoy now the delight of your goodness, which is to see that prosper you preserved, and posterity...
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Report and Transactions, Volume 25

Science - 1893
...appear, and shew by which of these seals I am known, I send you this piece of what may live of mine; for whose innocence, as for the author's, you were...timely undertaker to the greatest justice of this kingdom. Enjoy now the delight of your goodness, which is to see that prosper you preserved, and posterity...
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'Brief Lives': I-Y

John Aubrey, Andrew Clark - Great Britain - 1898
...aeternum sic tibi tempus erit. • Appointed in Sept. 1618, died Oct. 31, 1618. * Richard Martin a, recorder of London. Ben Johnson dedicates his comoedie...two bars gules ; ' and adds ' the crest is an ape.' 2 This engraved portrait is now found in MS. Aubr. 8, fol. 17. Anthony Wood has written at the top,...
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Epicoene: Or, The Silent Woman

Ben Jonson - Inheritance and succession - 1906 - 309 pages
...undertaker with me In a most feasible business. Ded. of Poet., p. 365 : ' For whose innocence . . . you were once a noble and timely undertaker to the greatest justice.' Cat. 3. i, p. 235, Cicero says: I have No forged tables Of long descents, to boast false honours from,...
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Yale Studies in English, Volumes 31-32

Literary Collections - 1906
...undertaker with me In a most feasible business. Ded. of Poet., p. 365 : ' For whose innocence . . . you were once a noble and timely undertaker to the greatest justice.' Cat. 3. i, p. 235, Cicero says : I have No forged tables Of long descents, to boast false honours from,...
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