A Discoverie of Certaine Errours Published in Print in the Much Commended Britannia, 1594: Very Preiudicial to the Discentes and Successions of the Auncient Nobilitie of this Realme

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James Woodman and David Lyon, 1724 - 109 pagine
 

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Pagina 79 - ... for the graver or painter to make the like by a perfect example. Yea, and to wade further in this matter, whereas now almost no man can well guess at the shadow of the ancient names of havens, rivers, promontories, hills, woods, cities, towns, castles, and...
Pagina 82 - Riffling his workes, and razing name and merit, Whereby are fmothered a prince-giuen wealth, A learned wryters trauayle, witts and health : All thefe he fpent to doe his cuntrie pleafure: Oh faue his name, the world may know this treafure. I am deceau'd, for Leyland's...
Pagina 75 - ... realm, to the intent that the monuments of ancient writers, as well of other, as of this your own province, might be brought out of deadly darkness to lively light, and to receive like thanks of the posterity, as they hoped for at such time as they employed their long and great studies to the public wealth ; yea, and furthermore, that the holy scripture of God might both be sincerely taught and learned, all manner of superstition and craftily-coloured doctrine of a rout of the Roman bishops totally...
Pagina 74 - Kinges commisfion and charges : by which it may appeare vnto the indifferent Reader, who was the firft Author and...
Pagina 55 - By difanulling of which Alice, you endanger the fucceflion and inheritance of moft of the Nobilitie of this Realme, which are from her difcended. But...

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