3 edition of A little manual of the poor man"s dayly devotion found in the catalog.
A little manual of the poor man"s dayly devotion
|Statement||collected out of severall pious and approved authors by W.C.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1648:6.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 503,  p.|
|Number of Pages||503|
Wherin ye shal your self best avaunce. (Caxton's Book ) 11 That young men such as Little John should be well-read if they expected to better their lot in life is one of the central points that the Book of Courtesy makes. The author tells Little John to "Exercise your self also in redynge / Of bookes enorede with eloquence" (). A poor man named Guido, engages to ſerve an emperor of Rome in ſix ſeveral capacities, or employments. " The French book, which is a viſion, and has ſome degree of imagination, Many romances were at firſt little more than legends of devotion, containing the pilgrimage of an old warrior. At length, as chivalry came more into vogue.
The research for this paper was funded by the Wellcome Trust (grant nos. and ). My thanks go to Sharon Strocchia, the editors of Renaissance Studies and the peer reviewers for their suggestions. Earlier versions of this paper were presented at the ‘Histories of Medicine in the Household’ conference at the University of Warwick and the Department II (Daston) Cited by: 5. CHAPTER XLI. OF THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH, AND ITS PRECINCT . The present cathedral is a fine Gothick freestone building, brought to that magnificence we now see it in, at several times and in different ages, by the great care and industry of its many worthy benefactors; Bishop Herbert, its original founder, laid the first foundation stone in , in the place where .
The first attempt to present Capt. John Smith's works objectively and with sympathetic understanding of their character was made by Edward Arber in Before that, and since the days of their original printing, only scattered bits had been republished for one or another reason -- on occasion even merely to disparage or glorify the man or what he wrote, depending on the . To enumerate all the special branches of the service in which men from Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania were engaged both at home and abroad would require a book itself. They were everywhere and doing every imaginable sort of work and in .
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Prayer is meant to be a way of life for Christians, a way of talking to God and listening for His voice with the ears of the heart. As a result, there are prayers for every occasion, from a simple salvation prayer to deeper devotionals that help facilitate and strengthen one's spiritual journey.
The christian's manual: a book of instruction and devotion containing the chief things which a christian ought to know, believe, and do, to his soul's health / (London: Rivingtons, ), by W. Jervois (page images at HathiTrust). Full text of "The Year book of daily recreation and information: concerning remarkable men and manners, times and seasons, solemnities and merry-makings, antiquities and novelties, on the plan of the Every-day book and Table book forming a complete history of the year: and a perpetual key to the almanack" See other formats.
Full text of "Chronicles of the Frasers: the Wardlaw manuscript entitled 'Polichronicon seu policratica temporum, or, The true genealogy of the Frasers', " See other formats. In all these cases, however, it is not the object itself, but the idea for which it stands and which it incorporates, that gives confidence to the wearer, and in this sense the wearing of a talisman is no more a proof of blind super 26 stition than is the devotion to a flag, in itself only a few square feet of silk or bunting, but, nevertheless.
The book of private devotion: a series of prayers and meditations: with an introductory essay on prayer / (New York: Clark & Austin, ), by Hannah More (page images at HathiTrust) A book of private prayer / for morning, mid-day, night, and other times, with notes, for those who would live to God amid the business of daily life / (London.
The Authour to the Reader. BEing desirous (thorow the Mercy of G. OD) to please Him, for whom I am, and live, and who giveth mee my Desires and Performances; and considering with my self, That the way to please him, is to feed my Flocke diligently and faithfully, since our Saviour hath made that the argument of a Pastour's love, I have resolved to set down the Form and.
A table of contents detailing the chapters of the original book is located at the end of the text. This book is a 19th century edition of a 17th century original, along with extensive commentary. The 19th century edition used different page numbering.
Like many early modern miscellanies, the book was used from both ends. 33 Culinary information was entered in the front of the book and, after the book was turned upside down, medical information was written in the back of the book. Sandwiched in between are medical reading notes, remembrances, copies of letters, the abovementioned inventory Cited by: 5.
A writer of our own day, Alice Morse Earle, has well expressed our opinion when she says in her Child Life in Colonial Days: "The terrible verses telling of God's judgment on the land, of fear of the pit, of the snare, of emptiness and waste, of destruction and desolation, must have sunk deep into the heart of the sick child, and produced the.
The complete works of Captain John Smith ( ) Bibliography: p. Includes index. Virginia -- History -- Colonial period, ca. -- Collected works. Smith did not outrightly copy Mainwaring's book, but he sources in little-known languages such as Rumanian, Turkish, and Hungarian, and (2) the very many notes made by the.
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Chapter 2. Witchcraft Under Elizabeth. The year is hardly less interesting in the history of English witchcraft than It has been seen that the new statute passed in was the beginning of a vigorous prosecution by the state of the detested agents of the evil one.
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Page of the Commonplace Book has the following note in Milton’s own hand: ‘Pro divortio vide Bodin. repub. Edition: current; Page: [lxii] l.
1, c. 3.’ This note-book also contains a large number of direct quotations from Bodin, but as they are in Lord Preston’s hand instead of Milton’s, no use will be made of them as sources.
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In Chaucer's Court of Loue, parts of it are sung by various birds; Domine, labia by the nightingale, Venite by the eagle, &c., Workes, fol. ed. in a short poem by Lydgate " dyuerse foules" are introduced singing different hymns.“The Book of the Foundation” of that great church of St.
Bartholomew, from which these words are taken, was written in the twelfth century; it has much material for contemplation, but it also contains evidence relating to the piety of London and of Londoners. We learn that “A poor little woman named Alice was found drowned outside the.Full text of "Collections and notes, " See other formats.