3 edition of Coll. Henry Marten"s familiar letters to his lady of delight found in the catalog.
Coll. Henry Marten"s familiar letters to his lady of delight
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1855:4|
|Contributions||Pettingall, Richard, Ward, Mary, 17th cent, Gayton, Edmund, 1608-1666|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 95,  p|
|Number of Pages||95|
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Coll. Henry Marten's familiar letters to his lady of delight Also her kind returnes. With his rival R. Pettingalls heroicall epistles. Published by Edm: Gayton, according to the original papers under their own hands: with an answer to that letter, intituled, A copy of H. Marten's letter in justification of the murther of the late King Charles.
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Letters of royal and illustrious ladies of Great Britain, from the commencement of the twelfth century to the close of the reign of Queen Mary.
Lady Anne Clifford, Countess of Dorset, Pembroke & Montgomery, Her life, letters and work, extracted from all the original documents available, many of which are here printed for the first time by Williamson, George Charles, Pages: Page - If our silence do us no honour, at least it will not draw down upon us such disasters as our lamentations might induce.
These are my sentiments, which the little reason I have dictates, and which guides my respectful reply to your agreeable letter. With regard to the returning of visits, I do not see that you, who are the elder, are obliged to this ; but the position in which I.
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Soon after Henry was born, his strong. His too familiar care doth make me rue it. No means I find to rid him from my breast, Till by the end of things it be suppressed. Some gentler passion slide into my mind, For I am soft and made of melting snow; Or be more cruel, love, and so be kind.
Let me or float or sink, be high or low. Or let me live with some more sweet content. The letters were written while “Mattie” lived on the “underground” in England in order that Angus could escape federal prosecution for his practice of polygamy.
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Lines In A Letter To His Lady Cousin, Honor Driden, Who Had Given Him A Silver Inkstand, With A Set Of Writing Materials, poem by John Dryden. For since twas mine the white hath lost its hueTo show twas neer it self but whilst in youThe virgin wax hath blushed it self to red.
Page. Godwin found means and time occasionally to pay a visit to the country, as in Septemberwhen he visited his mother and introduced his wife to her, as also to his old friends in Norwich; and during the sojourn of Mrs. Godwin and some of the children at Southend, a deservedly favourite resort of Mrs.
Godwin, and later of Mrs. Shelley (for. Indeed, Wilde acknowledged his likeness to Basil in a letter to Ralph Payne: "I am so glad you like that strange coloured book of mine: it contains much of me in it.
Basil Hallward is what I think I am: Lord Henry what the world thinks me: Dorian what I would like to be — in other ages, perhaps" (p. Katharine was Queen Regent in his absence, but she tactfully credits the victory against the Scots to Henry himself.
Along with letter, she sent a piece of King James IV of Scotland’s coat. Though he was married to Henry’s older sister Margaret, James remained at odds with. "Looking-glass," said Merlyn, holding out his hand.
Immediately there was a tiny lady's vanity-glass in his hand. "Not that kind, you fool," he said angrily. "I want one big enough to shave in." The vanity-glass vanished, and in its place there was a shaving mirror about a foot square. Prince Henry was soon sensible of the advantages which he derived from this transaction.
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The Queen's passionate love for Scotland, with which her little books have made the world familiar, her delight in the prospect of going to Balmoral, her dejection at the thought of leaving it, constantly broke out in her letters to me.
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