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Description of Elizabethan England, 1577

By: William Harrison

...ection World Public Library.org ENGLAND, 1577 Title: DESCRIPTION OF ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND, 1577 Author: WILLIAM HARRISON Language: English Sub... ...... ...izabethan England, 1577 William Harrison Table of Contents Description Of Elizabethan England, 1577................................................. ............1 Chapter I: Of Degrees Of People In The Commonwealth Of Elizabethan England .............................1 Chapter II: Of Ci... .............................................................60 Description Of Elizabethan England, 1577 i Description Of Elizabethan England, 1577 Wil... ... strange that a peevish order of religion (devised by man) should break the express law of God, who commandeth all men to honour and obey their king... ...f the first order are maintained within the realm it passeth my cunning to express; yet, since it may be parted into the navy royal and common flee...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. Of Degrees of People in the Commonwealth of Elizabethan England. We in England, divide our people commonly into four sorts, as gentlemen, citizens or burgesses, yeomen, and artificers or labourers. Of gentlemen the first and chief (next the king) be the prince, dukes, ...

...Table of Contents: Description Of Elizabethan England, 1577, 1 -- William Harrison, 1 -- Chapter I: Of Degrees Of People In The Commonwealth Of Elizabethan England, 1 -- Chapter II: Of Cities And Towns In England, 7 -- Chapter III: Of Gardens And Orchards, 9 ...

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Elizabethan Express

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Description of Elizabethan England, 1577

By: William Harrison

... OF by WILLIAM HARRISON Description Of Elizabethan England, 1577 William Harrison Copyright © 2002 All Rights Rese... ...ary.net/Join.htm • Chapter I: Of Degrees Of People In The Commonwealth Of Elizabethan England • Chapter II: Of Cities And Towns In England • Chap... ...nshed's Chronicles) Chapter I: Of Degrees Of People In The Commonwealth Of Elizabethan England We in England, divide our people commonly into four so... ...strange that a peevish order of religion (devised by man) should break the express law of God, who commandeth all men to honour and obey their kings a... ...f the first order are maintained within the realm it passeth my cunning to express; yet, since it may be parted into the navy royal and common fleet, ...

...· Chapter I: Of Degrees Of People In The Commonwealth Of Elizabethan England · Chapter II: Of Cities And Towns In England · Chapter III: Of Gardens And Orchards · Chapter IV: Of Fairs And Markets · Chapter V: Of The Ancient And Present Estate Of The Church Of England · Chapter VI: ...

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LNER Class A4

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...d production dates of LNER A4 locomotives Railuk database Screenshots from Elizabethan Express Video links 1935, Demonstration run of 'Silver J... ... dates of LNER A4 locomotives Railuk database Screenshots from Elizabethan Express Video links 1935, Demonstration run of 'Silver Jubilee' to G...

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Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910

By: Albert Bigelow Paine

... days when you and he "went gipsying, a long time ago." Next, I want to express my wonder at your willingness to give me so unstintedly from you... ... as necessary institutions hell and Satan, though she had been known to express pity for the latter for being obliged to surround himself with s... ..., and Orion, who records this, adds: "I can see yet the hopeless expression of his face." During a former period of depression, such ... ... did not try again. He had also acquired the use of certain strong, expressive words, and used them, sometimes, when his mother was safely d... ...e cigar or a diminutive pipe, who used to love to sing so well the expression of the poor drunken man who was supposed to have fallen ... ...d not by any bounds of convention. Howells has spoken of Mark Twain's "Elizabethan breadth of parlance," and how he, Howells, was always hiding... ...r to look at them." In the 1601 Mark Twain outdid himself in the Elizabethan field. It was written as a letter to that robust divine, Re...

...ant to confess how I have envied you your association with Mark Twain in those days when you and he ?went gipsying, a long time ago.? Next, I want to express my wonder at your willingness to give me so unstintedly from your precious letters and ......

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Blue Pullman (film)

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...larly noted for its score, by Clifton Parker, which, unlike the earlier Elizabethan Express is uninterrupted by any commentary. Blue Pullman o... ...for its score, by Clifton Parker, which, unlike the earlier Elizabethan Express is uninterrupted by any commentary. Blue Pullman on the BTF si...

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The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakespeare Unfolded

By: Delia Bacon

................................................................1 BOOK I. THE ELIZABETHAN ART OF DELIVERY AND TRADITION. ............................ .............................8 CHAPTER II. THE AGE OF ELIZABETH, AND THE ELIZABETHAN MEN OF LETTERS. ......12 CHAPTER III. EXTRACTS FROM THE... ...CONVEYING THE WISDOM OF THE MODERNS. .....................126 BOOK II. ELIZABETHAN 'SECRETS OF MORALITY AND POLICY'; OR, THE FABLES OF ... ...........................................................220 CHAPTER I. THE ELIZABETHAN HEROISM. ...................................................... ...page copyright © 2003 Blackmask Online. http://www.blackmask.com BOOK I. THE ELIZABETHAN ART OF DELIVERY AND TRADITION. • PREFACE. • THE PHILOSOPHY ... ...hing that does not 'directly fall under and strike the senses' as Lord Bacon expresses it,—will have their time also; but it was proposed to present t... ...wed, as the inevitable result, a tendency to the formation of some medium of expression,—whether that tendency was artistically developed or not, in w... ...tions under such circumstances involved. For there existed a certain mode of expression, originating in some of its more special forms with this parti... ...mpress, the other of a most VIRTUOUS and BEAUTIFUL lady—the latter part I do express in BEL−PHEBE, fashioning her name according to your own most exce...

...Excerpt: BOOK I. The ELIZABETHAN ART OF DELIVERY AND TRADITION. [The HISTORICAL KEY to the ELIZABETHAN ART of TRADITION, which formed the FIRST BOOK of this Work as it was originally prepared for the Press, is reserved for separate publication.] ...

...Table of Contents: The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakspere Unfolded, 1 -- Delia Bacon, 1 -- BOOK I. THE ELIZABETHAN ART OF DELIVERY AND TRADITION, 3 -- Preface, 4 -- THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE PLAYS OF SHAKSPERE, 8 -- Introduction, 8 -- Chapter I. THE PROPOSITION, 8 -- Chapter II. THE AGE OF ELIZABETH, AND THE ELIZABETHAN MEN OF LET...

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British Transport Films

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... British Transport Films E Elizabethan Express J John Betj... ... Transport Films E Elizabethan Express J John Betjeman Goes by... ... British Transport Films E Elizabethan Express J John Betj... ... Transport Films E Elizabethan Express J John Betjeman Goes by...

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Hilda Wade

By: Grant Allen

...ore the public the last work by Mr. Grant Allen, the publishers desire to express their deep regret at the author's unexpected and lamented death--a... ...rom them. But underlying character they do not judge so well as fleeting expression. Not what Mrs. Jones IS in herself, but what Mrs. Jones is now... ... Wade, in the most literal sense, had come to Nathaniel's, as she herself expressed it, "to be near Sebastian." Gentle and lovable as she was in ... ...even for us who were well seasoned to such sights; but at the end Nielsen expressed himself as perfectly satisfied. "A very neat piece of work!" S... ...ll-marked and well-moulded, are yet delicate in outline and sensitive in expression. Very young men seldom take to Daphne: she lacks the desired i... ...da, whom I imagined as moving by nature through broad English parks, with Elizabethan cottages and immemorial oaks-- Hilda, whose proper atmosphere ...

...Publishers? Note: In putting before the public the last work by Mr. Grant Allen, the publishers desire to express their deep regret at the author?s unexpected and lamented death?a regret in which they are sure to be joined by the many thousand readers who...

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Stationers' Register

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...rature of the later sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries—for the Elizabethan era, the Jacobean era, the Caroline era, and especially for ... ...of their immediate predecessors, contemporaries, and successors.Chambers, Elizabethan Stage, Vol. 3, pp. 164-77. By paying a fee of 4 to 6 pence, a... ... appear to have registered plays through co-operative stationers, with the express purpose of forestalling the publication of a play when publication ... ... Volumes, London, privately printed, 1875–94. Chambers, E. K. The Elizabethan Stage. 4 Volumes, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1923. Eyre, G. E. B...

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A Collection of Ballads

By: Andrew Lang

...ovisation. Every man is his own poet, and, in moments of stronge motion, expresses himself in song. A typical example is the Song of Lamech in Ge... ...to mak a raid, Frae Arthursyre unto Spey-ness. And further mair, he sent express, To schaw his collours and ensenzie, To all and sindry, mair and ... ...e of the deceptions which Ritson wished to punish so severely. Mr. Child expresses his strong and natural suspicions of the authenticity of the bal... ...IELD HILL From Buchan's BALLADS OF THE NORTH OF SCOTLAND. There are Elizabethan references to the poem, and a twelfth century romance turns on...

...t comparison may be briefly stated. Poetry begins, as Aristotle says, in improvisation. Every man is his own poet, and, in moments of stronge motion, expresses himself in song. A typical example is the Song of Lamech in Genesis -...

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Condover Hall

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... Condover Hall is an elegant Grade I listed three-story Elizabethan sandstone building, described as the grandest manor house in Sh... ...s Museum that seems to prove that the Hall was designed by the influential Elizabethan architect John Thorpe in the early 1590s. B... ...nk sandstone, quarried at nearby Berriewood, Condover Hall has the typical Elizabethan two-storey high ground floor rooms lit by tall windows with the... ...ca of the engine. The train used in the Harry Potter films as the Hogwarts Express is an identical Hall class locomotive. Second W...

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The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakespeare Unfolded

By: Delia Bacon

... INTRODUCTION. I. The Proposition II. The Age of Elizabeth, and the Elizabethan Men of Letters III. Extracts from the Life of Raleigh.--Rale... ... * * * * * BOOK I [The HISTORICAL KEY to the ELIZABETHAN ART of TRADITION, which formed the FIRST BOOK of this Work as ... ...lly prepared for the Press, is reserved for separate publication.] THE ELIZABETHAN ART OF DELIVERY AND TRADITION. PART I. MICHAEL DE MONTAI... ... of the Moderns * * * * * BOOK II. ELIZABETHAN 'SECRETS OF MORALITY AND POLICY'; OR, THE FABLES OF THE NEW LE... ...SHIP; OR, THE SCIENTIFIC CURE OF THE COMMON-WEAL PROPOUNDED. I. The Elizabethan Heroism II. Criticism of the Martial Government III. 'Insu... ...that does not 'directly fall under and strike _the senses_' as Lord Bacon expresses it,--will have their time also; but it was proposed to present t... ..., as the inevitable result, a tendency to the formation of some medium of expression,--whether that tendency was artistically developed or not, in w... ... under such circumstances involved. For there existed a certain mode of expression, originating in some of its more special forms with this partic... ... the other of a most VIRTUOUS and BEAUTIFUL lady--the _latter part_ I do express in BEL-PHEBE, fashioning her name according to your own _most exce...

...TABLE OF CONTENTS. PREFACE INTRODUCTION. I. The Proposition II. The Age of Elizabeth, and the Elizabethan Men of Letters III. Extracts from the Life of Raleigh.--Raleigh's School IV. Raleigh's School, continued.--The New Academy...

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Lancaster railway station

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...ved. Lancaster is served by several train operators.Virgin Trains operate express trains from London Euston to Carlisle and Glasgow Central using Pen... ...irgin Voyagers. These services normally use platforms 3 and 4.TransPennine Express operate regional express services using Class 185 units, from Manch... ...further station buildings constructed. The new buildings were styled mock-Elizabethan with the intention of mirroring the battlements of the nearby L...

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The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakespeare Unfolded

By: Delia Bacon

... INTRODUCTION. I. The Proposition II. The Age of Elizabeth, and the Elizabethan Men of Letters III. Extracts from the Life of Raleigh.--Rale... ... * * * * * BOOK I [The HISTORICAL KEY to the ELIZABETHAN ART of TRADITION, which formed the FIRST BOOK of this Work as ... ...lly prepared for the Press, is reserved for separate publication.] THE ELIZABETHAN ART OF DELIVERY AND TRADITION. PART I. MICHAEL DE MONTAI... ... of the Moderns * * * * * BOOK II. ELIZABETHAN 'SECRETS OF MORALITY AND POLICY'; OR, THE FABLES OF THE NEW LE... ...SHIP; OR, THE SCIENTIFIC CURE OF THE COMMON-WEAL PROPOUNDED. I. The Elizabethan Heroism II. Criticism of the Martial Government III. 'Insu... ...that does not 'directly fall under and strike _the senses_' as Lord Bacon expresses it,--will have their time also; but it was proposed to present t... ..., as the inevitable result, a tendency to the formation of some medium of expression,--whether that tendency was artistically developed or not, in w... ... under such circumstances involved. For there existed a certain mode of expression, originating in some of its more special forms with this partic... ... the other of a most VIRTUOUS and BEAUTIFUL lady--the _latter part_ I do express in BEL-PHEBE, fashioning her name according to your own _most exce...

...TABLE OF CONTENTS. PREFACE INTRODUCTION. I. The Proposition II. The Age of Elizabeth, and the Elizabethan Men of Letters III. Extracts from the Life of Raleigh.--Raleigh's School IV. Raleigh's School, continued.--The New Academy...

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Hespèrion XXI

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...ing King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella of Castille. The lyrics express Spain's anticipated rise to greatness as adventurers, such as Colum... ...ico, 1580-16801993 - Matthew Locke, Consort of Fower Parts 1650-16601998 - Elizabethan Consort Music 1558 - 1603, Works by Alberti, Parsons, Strogers,...

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Authors of Greece

By: T. W. Lumb

...REFACE Greek literature is more modern in its tone than Latin or Medieval or Elizabethan. It is the expression of a society living in an environment s... ... is more modern in its tone than Latin or Medieval or Elizabethan. It is the expression of a society living in an environment singularly like our own,... ...d of a people whose experiences were like our own. Further, human thought as expressed in literature is not an unconnected series of phases; it is one... ...change, Telemachus ran to his father and fell upon his neck, his joy finding expression in tears. The two then laid their plans for the destruction of... ...what thin performance compared with the vivacity and complexity of the great Elizabethans. The plot, where it exists, seems very narrow in Attic drama... ...e and suggests that the official view may perhaps be wrong because it is the expression of an individual's judgment. When he is himself charged thus d... ...er Pater, and of Robert Bridges. To this school the cultivation of emotional expression is suspicious, if not dangerous; it leads to eccentricity, to ... ...beauty, a confidante, a dupe, the murder of a ship's crew. Massinger piloted Elizabethan drama to a similar end. Given an uncritical audience melodram... ...iculties in reading him is the constant reference to what was obvious to the Elizabethan public but is dark to us. Yet the plays of Aristophanes in an...

...Preface: Greek literature is more modern in its tone than Latin or Medieval or Elizabethan. It is the expression of a society living in an environment singularly like our own, mainly democratic, filled with a spirit of free inquiry, troubled by obstinate feuds and still more obstinate problems. Militari...

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All Saints Church, Otterhampton

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...ough the current building largely dates from the 14th. The perpendicular west tower was added later and has an Elizabethan bell-frame with 4 bells, on... ...id=18584 Date accessed: 25 July 2010 ^ "Historic Churches in Somerset". Britain Express. Retrieved 25 July 2010.  ...

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Authors of Greece

By: T. W. Lumb

... Greek literature is more modern in its tone than Latin or Medieval or Elizabethan. It is the expression of a society living in an environment si... ... more modern in its tone than Latin or Medieval or Elizabethan. It is the expression of a society living in an environment singularly like our own, ... ... people whose experiences were like our own. Further, human thought as expressed in literature is not an unconnected series of phases; it is one ... ...nge, Telemachus ran to his father and fell upon his neck, his joy finding expression in tears. The two then laid their plans for the destruction of ... ... thin performance compared with the vivacity and complexity of the great Elizabethans. The plot, where it exists, seems very narrow in Attic drama;... ...nd suggests that the official view may perhaps be wrong because it is the expression of an individual's judgment. When he is himself charged thus d... ...ater, and of Robert Bridges. To this school the cultivation of emotional expression is suspicious, if not dangerous; it leads to eccentricity, to t... ...y, a confidante, a dupe, the murder of a ship's crew. Massinger piloted Elizabethan drama to a similar end. Given an uncritical audience melodrama... ...ties in reading him is the constant reference to what was obvious to the Elizabethan public but is dark to us. Yet the plays of Aristophanes in an ...

...Greek literature is more modern in its tone than Latin or Medieval or Elizabethan. It is the expression of a society living in an environment singularly like our own, mainly democratic, filled with a spirit of free inquiry, troubled by obstinate feuds and still more obstinate problems. Militari...

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Silver fox

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... Silver Fox, an LNER Class A4 steam locomotive featured in the film Elizabethan Express Silver Fox, in Miwok mythology... ...er Fox, an LNER Class A4 steam locomotive featured in the film Elizabethan Express Silver Fox, in Miwok mythology ...

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Travels in England during the Reign of Queen Elizabeth

By: Paul Hentzner

...UEEN ELIZABETH HERSELF, and London as it was in her time, with sketches of Elizabethan England, and of its great men in the way of social dignity, are... ... it was thus: Bowyer, the Gentleman of the Black Rod, being charged by her express command to look precisely to all admissions in the Privy Chamber, o... ...holics were no more than Church-Papists,* but now, commanded by the Pope’s express Catholic Church, their mother, they separate them- selves; so it se... ...oks; and as sundry expeditions, as that aforementioned, and ’88, do better express his worth and manifest the Queen’s trust, and the opinion she had o... ...e contrary to nature, and the most indulgent parents, who, though they may express more affection to one in the abundance of bequeaths, yet cannot for... ...s though he would have charactered, in a word, the genius of his house, or express somewhat of a higher inclination, than lay within his compass; that...

...Introduction: Queen Elizabeth herself, and London as it was in her time, with sketches of Elizabethan England, and of its great men in the way of social dignity, are here brought home to us by Paul Hentzner and Sir Robert Naunton....

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List of named passenger trains of the United Kingdom

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... ? – 1954 Atlantic Coast Express[6][7][8][9] SR / BR ... ...6 – 1948 – 1964 Atlantic Coast Express FGW ... ... 2008 – present Belfast Boat Express (boat train)[10] BR ... ... 2004 – present Cambrian Coast Express[20] GWR / BR ... ...gs Cross to Edinburgh Waverley) 1949 – 1952 (succeeded by Elizabethan) C... ...succeeded by Elizabethan) Capitals United Express[21] BR ... ... 1929–1939 Elizabethan[2][3][8] (summer only) ...

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David Copperfield Volume Two

By: Charles Dickens

...ice sticking in my throat, and my sight failing as I uttered the words, to express my hope that Miss Spenlow was quite well; to which Mr. Spenlow repl... ...at such a time she only fixed her piercing look upon me with a more intent expression still. Blameless as I was, and knew that I was, in reference to ... ...division had ever come between them; or two such natures I ought rather to express it, two such shades of the same nature might have been harder to re... ...me if I had ever seen such a fierce little piece of incomprehensibility. I expressed as much of my astonishment as was then capable of expression, and... ...his chin again, and smoking a little, what I mean in a general way by the expression, A long pull, and a strong pull, and a pull altogether, my Dav... ...versal ap plicability which distinguishes the illustrious ornament of the Elizabethan Era, worse remains behind!”’ Mr. Micawber was so very much stru...

...kins, there was no difficulty about it. I took that opportunity, with my voice sticking in my throat, and my sight failing as I uttered the words, to express my hope that Miss Spenlow was quite well; to which Mr. Spenlow replied, with no more emotion than if he had been speaking of an ordinary human being, that he was much obliged to me, and she was very well....

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Mermaid Tavern

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...The Mermaid Tavern was a tavern on Cheapside in London during the Elizabethan era, located east of St. Paul's Cathedral on the corner of Fr... ...club that met on the first Friday of every month that included some of the Elizabethan era's leading literary figures, among them Ben Jonson, John D... .... Gardiner turned to these "intellectual revels" at the Mermaid Tavern to express the independent genius of his friend G. K. Chesterton : :Time and... ...the Mermaid Tavern, a long poem in a series of chapters, each dedicated to Elizabethan writers associated with the tavern. These include Jonson, Shake...

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A Changed Man and Other Tales

By: Thomas Hardy

...issued by my publishers. For aid in reclaiming some of the narratives I express my thanks to the proprietors and editors of the newspapers and m... ...able with good young women. The large dark eyes that lit his pale face expressed this wickedness strongly, though such was the adaptability of ... ... the adaptability of their rays that one could think they might have expressed sadness or seriousness just as readily, if he had had a mind f... ... ladies to the westward, though their views were somewhat more tersely expressed: 'Surely, God A'mighty spwiled a good sojer to make a bad pa'... ...nswering that he certainly could so ask her--she was free. Yet not her expression either could be called an ardent response. Then she blinked ... ...ed style for the English country residence--the mullioned and transomed Elizabethan. The lawn, although neglected, was still as level as a b... ...elves, which are the only ones thereabout with windows mullioned in the Elizabethan manner, and plainly of a date anterior to the event; while t...

...der them accessible to readers who desire to have them in the complete series issued by my publishers. For aid in reclaiming some of the narratives I express my thanks to the proprietors and editors of the newspapers and magazines in whose pages they first appeared....

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Post riders

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... The Holy Roman Empire 1.2 Elizabethan England 1.3 The Amer... ...use of this service required a licence from the State. Elizabethan England It was in England, during the Elizab... ... Mail delivery by animal Pony Express Portmanteau (mail) ...

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The Fight for the Republic in China

By: B. L. Putnam Weale

...ve an essentially Chinese mentality of the reactionary or corrupt type which expresses itself both on home and foreign issues in a naively dishonest w... ... their enterprises something which they entirely failed to construe in terms expressive of the negative nature of The Fight For The Republic In China... ...able quality; it seems steeped in heroic blood. The doctrine of force, which expresses itself in its crudest forms in Europe, has always been in Japan... ...e the first Anglo−Japanese Treaty of 1902, clearly believes that the stately Elizabethan manner which still characterizes British official phrasing is... ...and the Ping−hsiang collieries. [Footnote: The reader will observe, that the expression "Hanyehping enterprises" is compounded by linking together cha... ... of the articles in the fifth group, yet in view of Japan's wishes China has expressed her readiness to state that no foreign money was borrowed to co... ...those jewels of wisdom and experience which are a common heritage. An almost Elizabethan eagerness rilled them, as if a New World they had never dream...

... and contributed so largely to the dramatic death of Yuan Shih?kai, we have an essentially Chinese mentality of the reactionary or corrupt type which expresses itself both on home and foreign issues in a naively dishonest way, helpful to future diplomacy....

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Accession Day tilt

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... exalt the queen and her realm of England.[2] The last Elizabethan Accession Day tilt was held in November 1602; the queen died th... ...Champion, devised the Accession Day tilts, which became the most important Elizabethan court festival from the 1580s.[4] The celebrations are likely t... ...s subtexts were common, especially among those who used these occasions to express public contrition or desolation for having aroused the queen's disp... ... Artists of the Tudor court Elizabethan era English Renaissance theatre ... ...it to the Anglican Church calendar: "All over England the Queen's subjects expressed their joy in her Government by prayers and sermons, bell-ringing,... ...0-19-820363-6 Strong, Roy: The Cult of Elizabeth: Elizabethan Portraiture and Pageantry, Thames and Hudson, 1977, ISBN 0-500-... ...ory European court festivities Elizabethan era English Renaissance ... ...s subtexts were common, especially among those who used these occasions to express public contrition or desolation for having aroused the queen's disp... ...it to the Anglican Church calendar: "All over England the Queen's subjects expressed their joy in her Government by prayers and sermons, bell-ringing,...

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The Lost Room a Play : Based on a Story by Fitzjames Obrien

By: Frank J. Morlock

...No republication for profit in print or other media may be made without the express consent of the Copyright Holder. The Copyright Holder is especia... ... in an armchair reading. There is a piano against the wall. A portrait of an Elizabethan is on one wall. There is a knock on the door and Cranston ris... ...ture has been slightly rearranged and looks a bit different. The face in the Elizabethan portrait is different. Alf (to Cranston) Hello there. THE LOS...

... Cranston?s apartment. Small but neat. Cranston, a young lawyer is seated in an armchair reading. There is a piano against the wall. A portrait of an Elizabethan is on one wall....

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Petrarchan sonnet

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...ns in a Petrarchan sonnet. The octave's purpose is to introduce a problem, express a desire, reflect on reality, or otherwise present a situation that... ...1] Accessed 24 May 2010 ^ a b J.W Lever The Elizabethan Love Sonnet" Barnes & Noble: London, 1968. pp. 6-14 ... ... References Lever, J.W. The Elizabethan Love Sonnet. London: Barnes & Noble, 1968. ...

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Outlines of English and American Literature

By: William J. Long

...UCER AND THE REVIVAL OF LEARNING (1350−1550) .....24 CHAPTER IV. THE ELIZABETHAN AGE (1550−1620) .............................................. ...HE AGE OF CHAUCER AND THE REVIVAL OF LEARNING (1350−1550) • CHAPTER IV. THE ELIZABETHAN AGE (1550−1620) • CHAPTER V. THE PURITAN AGE AND THE RESTORA... ... lofty thought, by fine feeling and, as a rule, by a beautiful simplicity of expression. They have another quality, hard to define but easy to underst... ...ose to hand,” and the fatalism which pervades all the poem is finely expressed in his speech to his companions. In his last fight he kills... ...n” or “Byrhtnoth's Death,” has seldom been rivaled in savage vigor or in the expression of deathless loyalty to a chosen leader. The climax of the poe... ... Bates and Coman, English History Told by English Poets. CHAPTER IV. THE ELIZABETHAN AGE (1550−1620) This royal throne of kings, this scepter'd ... ...Englishmen during her reign, if we are to understand the outburst of Elizabethan literature. Nearly two centuries of trouble and danger Outlin... ...ouble and danger Outlines of English and American Literature CHAPTER IV. THE ELIZABETHAN AGE (1550−1620) 43 had passed since Chaucer died, and no... ...they could neither read nor write. So, when the new national spirit began to express itself in literature, Englishmen turned to the more cultured nati...

... -- Chapter II. BEGINNINGS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE, 6 -- Chapter III. THE AGE OF CHAUCER AND THE REVIVAL OF LEARNING (1350?1550), 24 -- Chapter IV. THE ELIZABETHAN AGE (1550?1620), 43 -- Chapter V. THE PURITAN AGE AND THE RESTORATION (1625?1700), 76 -- Chapter VI. EIGHTEENTH?CENTURY LITERATURE, 97 -- Chapter VII. THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY, 129 -- Chapter VIII. THE VICTORI...

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East Coast Main Line

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...ng it at a flat junction. This provided sufficient extra capacity for National Express East Coast to run 12 additional services between Leeds and Lond... ...gnalman forgot about a goods train standing at his box and accepted the Scotch Express onto his line with inevitable consequences. Grantham rail ac... ...ailed. Thirsk rail crash 7 45 Cement train derailed and hit by North bound express hauled by prototype locomotive. DP2 Morpeth rail crash (196... ...ve speed on curve. Newcastle Central railway station collision15Two InterCity expresses collided. Morpeth rail crash (1992) 1Collision between two ... ...lers . Also during the 1950s, the line featured in the 1954 documentary short Elizabethan Express . Later, the 1971 British gangster film Get Carter... ...during the 1950s, the line featured in the 1954 documentary short Elizabethan Express . Later, the 1971 British gangster film Get Carter features a...

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English Literature : Modern

By: G. H. Mair

.................................................................2 CHAPTER II. ELIZABETHAN POETRY AND PROSE ............................................ ...73−1631. Poems, 1633 (first published, but known, like those of all Elizabethan poets, in manuscript long before). William Browne, 15... ...tp://www.blackmask.com PREFACE. • CHAPTER I. THE RENAISSANCE • CHAPTER II. ELIZABETHAN POETRY AND PROSE • CHAPTER III. THE DRAMA • CHAPTER IV. THE... ... as to the kindness and patience of Professor Gilbert Murray, I wish here to express my indebtedness. G.H.M. MANCHESTER, August, 1911. ENGLISH LITERAT... ...ichelet's resonant “discovery by mankind of himself and of the world” rather expresses what a man of the Renaissance himself must have thought it, tha... ...s of the men who began the movement; the common usage which extends the term Elizabethan backwards outside the limits of the reign itself, has nothing... ...ng, than to the court. To the nobility, from whose essays and belles lettres Elizabethan poetry was to develop, they stood in the relation of tutors r... ... world For pleasant fruits and princely delicates.” When there is no actual expression of the spirit of adventure, the air of the sea which it carrie... ...t liberty I walk.” It is easy to see that poetry as a melodious and enriched expression of a man's own feelings is in its infancy here. The new poets ...

...Table of Contents: English Literature: Modern, 1 -- G. H. Mair, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- Chapter I. THE RENAISSANCE, 2 -- Chapter II. ELIZABETHAN POETRY AND PROSE, 9 -- Chapter III. THE DRAMA, 17 -- Chapter IV. THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, 25 -- Chapter V. THE AGE OF GOOD SENSE, 35 -- Chapter VI. DR. JOHNSON AND HIS TIME, 44 -- Chapter VII. THE ROMANTIC REVIVAL...

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Early Modern English

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...glican, 32:2(4-11), April, 20031557 – Publication of Tottel's Miscellany. Elizabethan English ;Elizabethan era (1558–1603)see Elizabethan literature,... ...lizabethan English ;Elizabethan era (1558–1603)see Elizabethan literature, Elizabethan theatreChristopher Marlowe fl. 1586–15931592 The Spanish Traged... ...e in 1755. The towering importance of William Shakespeare over the other Elizabethan authors was the result of his reception during the 17th and 18t... ...years after they were written, Cercignani, Fausto, Shakespeare's Works and Elizabethan Pronunciation, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1981. but the works of ... ..."do" ("I do walk"). Moreover, the to be + -ing verb form could be used to express a passive meaning without any additional markers: "The house is bui...

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On Something

By: Hilaire Belloc

...en in the twentieth century something of the fullness that characterized the Elizabethans: but somehow or other our dramatists hesitate to cross that ... ...ment incapable of doing work that was not marvellous when they once began to express the human figure. Sometimes their mere name remains, more often i... ...down of curses, and in the settlement of evil upon enemies, and in the final expression of contempt. For to compare some worthless thing to a farthing... ... places, and in what way the boredom of them can best be overcome, and which expresses really go fast; and I should have a footnote describing those l... ...e feel a pride so loyal, so strong, and so frank that were I to give further expression to it here I should justly be accused of insisting upon a hack... ...ed?” He shook his head, still restraining, by a powerful effort, the natural expression of his grief, and showed me, for all his answer, a rail way ti...

...e seem to be just on the threshold of something which would give Englishmen in the twentieth century something of the fullness that characterized the Elizabethans: but somehow or other our dramatists hesitate to cross that threshold. It cannot be that their powers are lacking: it can only be some timidity or self?torture which it is the business of the plain man to exorcis...

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St Catharine's College, Cambridge

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... Oxford John Bayliss 1919 1978 Poet Peter Boizot 1929 Founder of Pizza Express Group Captain Leslie Bonnet 1902 1985 RAF officer, writer a... ... Naturalist Thomas Sherlock 1678 1761 Theologian James Shirley 1596 1666 Elizabethan poet and playwright Arun Singh Former Defence Minister...

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The Complete Writings of Charles Dudley Warner Volume 3

By: Charles Dudley Warner

...larly like); but in Captain Smith and Pocohantas one is taken back into Elizabethan times where spelling of the same word may well vary three ti... ...ck visitors always a great deal of conversation about bears,--a general expression of the wish to see one in the woods, and much speculation as ... ...d then I thought what an inadequate language the English is for compact expression. It would not answer to put upon the stone simply "eaten"; f... ...could be farther from the truth. The hirsute and grisly sound of Orson expresses only his entire affinity with the untamed and the natural, an ... ...ll gray eyes, set near together; eyes keen to observe, and quick to express change of thought; eyes that made you believe instinct can grow ... ...abit of climbing trees than of walking. On land, if we may use that expression, he was something like a sailor; but, once in the rugged trai...

...emind one that English is not a dead language (grewsome and bowlders I particularly like); but in Captain Smith and Pocohantas one is taken back into Elizabethan times where spelling of the same word may well vary three times a page and is a matter, as one may say, of ?every man for himself.? D.W....

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Time Flies (film)

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... Evelyn Dall, Felix Aylmer and Moore Marriott.[1] A music hall performer travels back to Elizabethan times using a time machine. C... ...s the Boy (1932) Rome Express (1932) ...

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Yet Again

By: Max Beerbohm

...B. CONTENTS THE FIRE SEEING PEOPLE OFF A MEMORY OF A MIDNIGHT EXPRESS PORRO UNUM... A CLUB IN RUINS `273' A STUDY IN DEJECTION A PAT... ..., or even on a door-step, we can make the farewell quite worthily. We can express in our faces the genuine sorrow we feel. Nor do words fail us. The... ...I dare say. But you couldn't have pumped up a tear to prove it. You can't express your feelings. In other words, you can't act. At any rate,' he add... ...ther high. But I don't grudge the investment. A MEMORY OF A MIDNIGHT EXPRESS Often I have presentiments of evil; but, never having had one of... ...s, and its aim is perfect harmony and good- fellowship. Thus any definite expression of opinion by any member is regarded as dangerous. The ideal cl... ...own as knavish blasphemers? Our reverence, after all, is given not to an Elizabethan named William Shakespeare, who was born at Stratford, and marr...

...CONTENTS THE FIRE SEEING PEOPLE OFF A MEMORY OF A MIDNIGHT EXPRESS PORRO UNUM... A CLUB IN RUINS `273' A STUDY IN DEJECTION A PATHETIC IMPOSTURE THE DECLINE OF THE GRACES WHISTLER'S WRITING ICHABOD GENERAL ELECTIONS A PARALLEL A MORRIS FOR MAY-DAY THE HOUSE OF COMMONS MANNER THE NAMI...

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Stephen Booth (academic)

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...1969. "On the Value of Hamlet" in Reinterpretations of Elizabethan Drama: Selected Papers from the English Institute. Ed. Norman R... ...t]. Ashland, Oregon, 1991. "The Shenandoah Shakespeare Express," Shakespeare Quarterly, 43 (1992), 476-83. "Cl...

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