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Page 298 - Queen, Transplanted now themselves, sleep here ; and when Angels shall with their trumpets waken men, And fire shall purge the world, these hence shall rise, And change this garden for a paradise.
Page 298 - Art and Nature through, As by their choice collections may appear, Of what is rare, in land, in sea in air ; Whilst they (as Homer's Iliad in a nut) A world of wonders in one closet shut; These famous Antiquarians that had been Both...
Page 65 - Fitzwater, in twoo long gounes of yellowe satin travarsed with white satin, and in every bend of white was a bend of crimosen satin after the fashion of Russia or Ruslande, with furred hattes of grey on their hedes, either of them havyng an hatchet in their handes, and bootes with pykes turned up.
Page 5 - The Mystery, Company, and Fellowship of Merchant Adventurers for the Discovery of unknown Lands, &c.
Page 168 - ... especially deserving, amongst his clergy, of his attention and regard. And it is very probable that we find him, in consequence of this, appointed to preach before his lordship at Gainsborough, at his primary visitation there. But how much soever the bishop might be at any time disposed to befriend him, he gave him to understand that he was perfectly satisfied with what he at present had, then not quite /. 200 per annum, nor ever meant to engage in any second charge. Not many years after his...
Page 185 - We know . . . the Muscovite, enemy to all liberty under the heavens, dayly to grow mightier by the increase of such things as be brought to the Narve, while not onely wares but also weapons heeretofore unknowen to him, and artificers and arts be brought unto him; by meane whereof he maketh himself strong to vanquish all others.
Page 233 - I spent a good time inquiringe of the learned physicions of Oxford, Cambridge, and London, their opinions and directions concerning the Emporis Irenia in some difficult matters, relating to conception and procuration of children ; she had been married seaven years" (in 1586 it was only six years), "and often conceeved, with some other marriage matters, wherein I was charged with secraecie.
Page 100 - We have permitted the honourable and brave Hugh Willoughby, and others of our faithful and dear servants who accompany him, to proceed to regions previously unknown, in order to seek such things as We stand in need of, as well as to take to them from our country such things as they require.
Page 129 - His majestie retaineth and well rewardeth all strangers that come to serve him, and especially men of warre. Hee delighteth not greatly in hawking, hunting, or any other pastime, nor in hearing instruments or musicke, but setteth all his whole delight upon two things : First, to serve God, as undoubtedly he is very devoute in his religion, and the second, howe to subdue and conquere his enemies.