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A celestiall looking-glasse, to behold the beauty of heaven, and the perfect way unto it
by Printed by N. and I. Okes, dwelling in little St. Bartholmews, in the Well-yard in London
Written in English
|Statement||newly published by John Andreuues ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1719:18|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
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The Gods ascend to heaven, Vertue departs T'our more then mortall Queene, ruler of harts. Fortune now frets to see her selfe throwne downe, And Vertue lifted to such dignitie; Truth at the last attained due renowne; Pecunia is disposed thriftily. England, thou art Pleasures-presenting stage, The perfect patterne of the golden age. This discourse of so slight an accident is but vaine and frivolous were not the instructions I have drawne from thence for my use: For truly, for a man to acquaint himselfe with death+, I finde no better way than to approach unto it. Now, as Plinie saith, every man is a good discipline unto himselfe, alwayes provided he be able to prie into.
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A celestiall looking-glasse, to behold the beauty of heaven, and the perfect way unto it: which is the end of all our preaching, the drift of all our hearing, the fruite of all our beleeving, the effect of all our knowledge, and the maine point of all our profession, that we may so live, wherby we may enjoy this blessed and everlasting kingdome: and the perfect way unto it book unto all the elect children of God.
A celestiall looking-glasse, to behold the beauty of heaven, and the perfect way unto it [microform]: which is the end of all our preaching, the drift of all our hearing, the fruite of all our beleeving, the effect of all our knowledge, and the maine point of all our profession, that we may so live, wherby we may enjoy this blessed and.
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To behold the beauty of heaven, and the perfect way unto it, etc. B.L. TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE AND MOST VERTUOUS LADIES, THE LADIE MARGARET, COUNTESSE OF CUMBERLAND; AND THE LADIE MARIE*, COUNTESSE OF WARWICK.
/ Having, in the greener times of my youth, composed these former two Hymnes in the praise of love and beautie, and finding that the same too much pleased those of like age and disposition, which, being too vehemently. Aug 07, · The Essays of Montaigne/Book II/Chapter XII. what hath he in him worthie such an advantage.
To consider the incorruptible life of the celestiall to behold the beauty of heaven, their beauty, greatnesse, and agitation, continued with so just and regular a course. And at last she will roundly addresse herselfe unto perfect health; saying this youthly vigour and. And because the End, by the greatnesse of the impression, comes often to mind, in case our thoughts begin to wander, they are quickly again reduced into the way: which observed by one of the seven wise men, made him give men this praecept, which is now worne out, Respice Finem; that is to say, in all your actions, look often upon what you would.
The Lord speake unto me saying, Assemble the people there below, that they may heare my words, and learne to feare me: Then came you neare to the foote that burned even to heaven, and the Lord spake unto you out of the midst of fire.
And Exodus 3. the burning bush wherein God appeared unto Moses, and was not consumed. Animal cornutum, or The horn'd beast: wherein is contained, 1 a brief method of the grounds of astrology, 2 a description of each planet and sign, 3 the way to erect a figure of heaven, 4 a narrative of what visible eclipses (both of sun and moon) will appear in our horizon, for these 15 years yet to come, with the month, day, and hour when.
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CONTENTS. PART I. PAGE Dedication 3 Verses addressed to the Author 5 I. Nov 08, · Cassell's Illustrated History of England/Volume 2/Chapter Greene's chief plays are "Friar Bacon and the Friar of Bungay," and "A Looking Glasse for London," written in conjunction with his friend Thomas Lodge.
He also wrote much poetry. wandering way, To come unto. A looking glasse, right wondrously aguiz'd, Whose vertues through the wyde worlde soone were solemniz'd.  It vertue had, to shew in perfect sight, What euer ever thing was in the world contaynd, Betwixt the lowest earth and heuens hevens hight, So Streight way.
We have new books nearly every day. If you would like a news letter once a week or once a month fill out this form and we will give you a summary of the books for that week or month by email. Title: The Poems of John Donne [2 vols.] Volume I - Edited from the Old Editions and Numerous Manuscripts Author: Donne, John Language: English As this book started as an ASCII text book there are no./ What maistrie comth, the God of Love anon / Beteth his wynges, and farewel, he is gon!’ Lines reformulate a major theme of Book I, recalled here as a Legend of Fidelity, while lines go on to link this to the main theme of Book III; they also glance back at Florimell in flight from masculine pursuit.THE ESSAYES OF MICHAEL LORD OF MONTAIGNE THE FIRST BOOKE CHAPTER 1.I+ BY DIVERS MEANES MEN COME UNTO A LIKE END.
THE most usuall way to appease those minds we have offended (when revenge lies in their hands, and that we stand at their mercy) is, by submission to move them to commiseration and pitty: Neverthelesse, courage, constancie, and resolution (meanes .