Sculptura: Or, The History and Art of Chalcography, and Engraving in Copper: with an Ample Enumeration of the Most Renowned Masters and Their Works. To which is Annexed, a New Manner of Engraving, Or Mezzotinto, Communicated by His Highness Prince Rupert to the Author of this Treatise
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Page 16 - Oh that my words were now written! Oh that they were printed in a book! That they were graven with an iron pen and lead In the rock for ever!
Page xviii - I myself am able yet to do, is only to recommend to mankind the search of that felicity, which you instruct them how to find and to enjoy.
Page xvi - Kalendarium Hortense, or the gardener's almanac, directing what he is to do monthly throughout the year, and what fruits and flowers are in prime,
Page xviii - In books and gardens, thou hast plac'd aright (Things which thou well dost understand, And both dost make with thy laborious hand) Thy noble innocent delight : And in thy virtuous wife, where thou again dost meet Both pleasures more refin'd and sweet, The fairest garden in her looks, And in her mind the wisest books.
Page xvi - I NEVER had any other desire so strong, and so like to covetousness, as that one which I have had always, that I might be master at last of a small house and large garden, with very moderate conveniences joined to them, and there dedicate the remainder of my life only to the culture of them, and study of nature...
Page 123 - NAME which did communicate it to me ; nor the obligation which the curious have to that heroic PERSON, who was pleafed to impart it to the world, though by fo incompetent and unworthy an inftrument.
Page xvii - Among many other arts and excellencies, which you enjoy, I am glad to find this favourite of mine the most predominant ; that you choose this for your wife, though you have hundreds of other arts for your concubines ; though you know them, and beget sons upon them all (to which, you...
Page i - in the company of divers of the English fathers, when the news of archbishop Laud's sufferings, and a copy of his sermon, came thither. They read the sermon, and commented upon it, with no small satisfaction and contempt; and looked on him, as one that was a great enemy to them, and stood in their way, whilst one of the blackest crimes imputed to him was, his being popish!
Page vii - All play interdicted, sans bowls, chess, &c. Every one to cultivate his own garden. One month in spring a course in the elaboratory on vegetables, &c. In the winter a month on other experiments. Every man to have a key of the elaboratory, pavilion, library, repository, &c.