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Page 531 - Table Talk : being the Discourses of JOHN SELDEN, Esq.; or his Sence of various Matters of weight and high consequence, relating especially to Religion and State.
Page 361 - ... nonnulla secreta. — De factura Saxonis Gallici. — Liber de tincturis pannorum. — Liber de coloribus illuminatorum vel pictorum. — De diversis operationibus ignium. — De diversis tincturis. — Hermetis secreta. — Item, multa alia notabilia. — Item, turba philosophorum. pergameno, 4°. 34. Experimentorum diversorum liber. — De vernisio quo utuntur scriptores. — Secreta philosophorum. — De usu virgae visoriae, et hujusmodi secreta multa. papyro, 8v°. 35. Arnaldi de Villa Nova...
Page 160 - A Philosophicall Key, Or Oculer demonstration, opening and decyfering a great deale of the hidden mysteryes of Nature, partly by an experimental Conclusion, as also by an intellectual speculation, Wrighten as a Declaration unto the distrustfull and suspitious, first to manyfest, that the Authour flyeth on his owne Wings, and then to purify the adulterat breath of spurious reports aswell of the ignorant as envious person, By Rob: Flud, Esqr and Dr of Phisick.
Page 259 - XIX Si memini, fuerant tibi quattuor, Aelia, dentes: expulit una duos tussis et una duos, iam secura potes totis tussire diebus: nil istic quod agat tertia tussis habet.
Page 50 - The | Psalms of David | Translated | into | English Verse | By | That Noble and Virtuous Gent : | Sr Philip Sydney.
Page 294 - Fawkes , alla autem hodie reddidit Franciscus Wrangham, notis et versionibus tum latinis tum etiam anglicis instruxit Jacobus Bailey, AM e Coll. Trin. Cant. Appendicis loco similiter instructa accedunt fragmenta cetera Menandrea quae anglicis versibus olim reddidit Franciscus Faickes, una cum comicorum graecorum quibusdam aliis quae nunc primum itidem vertit Franciscus Wrangham. Pars prior. — Cantabrigiae , 1840. In-8
Page 298 - Anthony Thwaites may have been the son or descendant of John Thwaites of Hardingham, Norfolk, who married Anne, daughter of Sir William Knevet, and died 22 Henry VII. , leaving a son Anthony (Blomefield's Norfolk, V. 1198, folio ed.)." Mr. Wright also says that, " as the Thwaites arms do not appear in the first part, which contains the story of Generydes, whereas the Knevet arms are of frequent occurrence, it is possible that this may have belonged...
Page 36 - Greifswald 1Q12 (Diss.) p. 92. — 260 „non vox, sed votum ; non musica cordula, sed cor; non clamor, sed amor cantat in aure dei".
Page x - Gale collection is of a most pleasingly miscellaneous character. Hardly a department of ancient or medieval literature is unrepresented in it ; it comprises books written in every century from the ninth to the eighteenth. There are books in Greek, Latin, English, French, Italian, German, Bohemian, Dutch and Welsh. There are excellent specimens of illumination, French, English and Italian, and many of the greater monasteries of this country have made important contributions to the collection.