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" ... of the worke as they were before, for they knew not how to give those parts that they had made motion, without which it was impossible that it should speake : many bookes they read, but yet could not finde out any hope of what they sought... "
Ancient English Fictions - Page 17
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The Lives of the Conjurors

Thomas Frost - Magic tricks - 1876 - 360 pages
...conjurors constructed a brazen head, concerning which we are told, in the history just referred to, that " in the inward parts thereof there was all things like as is a natural man's head." Unable to give their handiwork the power of speech, they resolved to invoke...
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The Famous Historie of Fryer Bacon, Volume 1

Edmund Goldsmid - 1886 - 48 pages
...it when it speakes) then might hee be able to wall all England about with Brasse. To this purpose he got one Fryer Bungey to assist him, who was a great...worke as they were before, for they knew not how to giue those parts that they had made motion, without which it was impossible that it should spealce...
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The Famous Historie of Fryer Bacon, Volume 1

Edmund Goldsmid - Biography & Autobiography - 1886 - 48 pages
...it when it speakes) then might hee be able to wall all England about with Brasse. To this purpose he got one Fryer Bungey to assist him, who was a great...inward parts thereof there was all things like as in a natural) mans head : this being done, they were as farre from perfection of the worke as they were...
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Early Prose Romances

Henry Morley - English literature - 1889 - 446 pages
...famous hereafter to all posterities. This (after great study) hee found could be no way so well done as one; which was to make a head of brasse, and if he...mans head : this being done, they were as farre from perfectione of the worke as they were before, for they knew not how to give those parts that they had...
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the carisbrooke library

john milton - 1889
...famous hereafter to all posterities. This (after great study) hee found could be no way so well done as one; which was to make a head of brasse, and if he...mans head : this being done, they were as farre from perfectione of the worke as they were before, for they knew not how to give those parts that they had...
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Early prose romances, ed. by H. Morley

Henry Morley - 1889
...famous hereafter to all posterities. This (after great study) hee found could be no way so well done as one ; which was to make a head of brasse, and if he...mans head : this being done, they were as farre from perfectione of the worke as they were before, for they knew not how to give those parts that they had...
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Witch, Warlock, and Magician: Historical Sketches of Magic and Witchcraft in ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - Magic - 1889 - 428 pages
...the Spanish Armada. To this purpose he got one Fryer Bungey to assist him, who was a great scholar and a magician, but not to bee compared to Fryer Bacon...thereof there was all things like as in a naturall man's head. This being done, they were as farre from perfection of the worke as they were before, for...
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Marlowe, Tragical History of Dr. Faustus: Greene, Honourable History of ...

Christopher Marlowe, Robert Greene - English drama - 1901 - 312 pages
...head of brasse, and if he could make this head to speake, and heare it when it speakes, then might bee be able to wall all England about with brasse. To...of the worke as they were before, for they knew not bow to give those parts that they had made motion, without which it was impossible that it should speake...
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The Plays & Poems of Robert Greene, Volume 2

Robert Greene - Drama - 1905
...Bungey to assist him, who was a great Schollar and a magician, (but not to bee compared with Frier Bacon) : These two with great study and paines so...inward parts thereof there was all things (like as is in a naturall mans head) : this being done, they were as farre from perfection of the worke as they...
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Minor Elizabethan Drama, Volume 2

Ashley Horace Thorndike - English drama - 1913
...famous hereafter to all posterities. This, after great study, hee found could be no way so well done as one ; which was to make a head of brasse, and if he...thereof there was all things like as in a naturall man's head. This being done, they were as farre from perfection of the worke as they were before, for...
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