2 edition of lives of sundry eminent persons in this later age found in the catalog.
lives of sundry eminent persons in this later age
|Statement||by Samuel Clark...to which is added his own life, and the lives of the Countess of Suffolk, Sir Nathaniel Barnardiston, Mr. Richard Blackerby, and Mr. Samuel Fairclough, drawn up by other hands.|
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|Pagination||1 v (various p.aginations) :|
Volume Archbishop Tillotson, John Flavel’s Husbandry Spiritualized, Lives of Sundry Eminent Persons. Volume Life of John Howe, The Living Temple, Philip Henry, George Trosse, John Eliot. Volume Additional Eminent Persons, Alleine’s Letters, Francke’s : John Wesley. Diogenes Laertius, Lives of Eminent Philosophers, Book VIII, Pythagoras R.D. Hicks, Ed. Chapter 1. Pythagoras (c. B.C.) when he found Cylon of Croton giving a luxurious banquet to all and sundry, retired to Metapontum to end his days there by starvation, having no wish to live longer. On the other hand, Hermippus relates that, when.
Memory before modernity: practices of memory in early modern Europe / edited by Erika included la motte’s biography in his work on ‘the lives of sundry emi-nent persons in this later age’.1 la motte had served the city of london as The lives of sundry eminent persons in this . Lives of Eminent Philosophers. Diogenes Laertius. R.D. Hicks. Cambridge. Harvard University Press. (First published ). National Endowment for the Humanities Division of Preservation and Access provided support for entering this text. This text was converted to electronic form by Data Entry and has been proofread to a low level of accuracy.
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Product description. This is a modern hardback rebinding of this book. Book 1 is entitled Divines and book II Gentry of both sexes. In the subtitle the.
The lives of divers eminent divines of this later age --The lives of several English nobility and gentry eminent in this later age. Series Title: Early English books,Responsibility. The lives of sundry eminent persons in this later age: in two part, I.
Of divines ; II. Of nobility and gentry of both sexes (London: Thomas Simmons, ) PDF Google Books 4. The lives of two and twenty English divines (A. for Thomas Underhill and John Rothwell, ) PDF Google Books 5.
The Lives of Sundry Eminent Persons in this Later Age Samuel Clark, Layton Collection [ess_grid alias=SundryEminentPersons] Back to main resource. Lives of sundry Eminent Persons in the later age (with the author's life by himself, and preface by Richard Baxter), Other works.
Clarke also published England's Remembrancer, a true and full Narrative of Deliverances from the Spanish Invasion, and the powder plot, (many later editions). Miscellaneous works, besides separate sermons.
The main text of the lives of the Eminent Divines follow with 17 entrants and the pagination being 1 – albeit with some irregularities e.g. p24 of the Divines abuts page Next are the lives of the English Nobility and the paginations is 89 1 See Clarke, Samuel, The Lives of Sundry Eminent Persons in this later Age (London, ).
2 The term ‘godly life’ and its variants are used throughout this piece as an umbrella term to cover the spiritual biographies attached to funeral sermons, as well as those biographies which were especially prepared for.
Biography. He was the second son of Anthony Godwyn of Wookey, entered Magdalen College, Oxford, at the age of fifteen and between and was a demy of the graduated BA on 24 January and proceeded MA on 11 October Godwyn became the first fellow of the newly founded Pembroke College, Oxford (), became chaplain to the Bishop of Bath.
The lives of sundry eminent persons in this later age. Download NOW. Author: Samuel Clarke. Publisher: ISBN: Category: Biography & Autobiography. Lives of Eminent Persons, Consisting of Galileo, Lord Somers, Kepler, Caxton, Newton, Blake, Mahomet, Adam Smith, Wolsey, Niebuhr, Sir E.
Coke, Sir C. Wren, and Michael Angelo (A Jonathan. Excerpt from Obituary Prior toVol. 4: As Far as Relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland The Lives of sundry Eminent Persons in this Later Age. By Samuel Clark In two parts, folio.
London, [ m. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. 16 Samuel, Clarke, The Lives of Sundry Eminent Persons in this later age, Londonii. 17 ‘The Commonplace Book of Brilliana Harley’, Nottingham University Library, Portland MS. His other works included: The Lives of Thirty-Two English Divines, appended to the third edition of A Generall Martyrology () and Lives of Sundry Eminent Persons in this Later Age ().
The Lives of Sundry Eminent Persons in This Later Age. Samuel Clarke. 20 Aug Hardback. US$ Collective biography had been the mainstay of key post-Reformation martyrological and hagiographic works such as John Foxe’s Actes and Monuments (); Samuel Clarke’s Lives of Sundry Eminent Persons in this Later Age (); and the extensive ninth chapter of Edmund Calamy’s Abridgment of Mr Baxter’s Narrative (), with its.
The sermon, which is a full memoir of the life of Sir Nathaniel, was reprinted in Samuel Clark's ‘Lives of Sundry Eminent Persons in this Later Age’ (). A collection of elegies on his death was issued, later inunder the title of ‘Suffolks Tears, or Elegies on that renowned knight, Sir Nathaniel Barnardiston.
The lives of sundry eminent persons in this later age.: In two parts, I. of divines. of nobility and gentry of both sexes. By Samuel Clark Printed and reviewed by himself just before his death. To which his own life, and the lives of the Cou Clarke, Samuel, [ Book: ].
Pythagoras . 1. Having now completed our account of the philosophy of Ionia starting with Thales, as well as of its chief representatives, let us proceed to examine the philosophy of Italy, which was started by Pythagoras, son of the gem-engraver Mnesarchus, and according to Hermippus, a Samian, or, according to Aristoxenus, a Tyrrhenian from one of those islands which the Athenians held.Lives of the English poets: with critical observations on their works ; and, Lives of sundry eminent persons / (London, Eng.: Charles Tilt, ), by Samuel Johnson (page images at HathiTrust) Conversations on some of the old poets / (Cambridge [Mass.]: Published by John Owen, ,c), by James Russell Lowell (page images at HathiTrust).Lup ton's book.1 Verheiden includes thirty-nine lives of persons also repre-sented in Abel Redevivus, but none of the English lives was taken directly from him.
Finally, only a few lives came wholly or partly from Lup ton, whose collection includes the lives of forty-three persons represented in Abel Redevivus.