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Image from page 18 of “The mirrovr of maiestie: or, The badges of honovr conceitedly emblazoned. A photo-lith. fac-simile reprint from Mr. Corser’s perfect copy. A.D. 1618” (1870)
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Identifier: mirrovrofmaiesti00greeuoft
Title: The mirrovr of maiestie: or, The badges of honovr conceitedly emblazoned. A photo-lith. fac-simile reprint from Mr. Corser’s perfect copy. A.D. 1618
Year: 1870 (1870s)
Authors: Green, Henry, 1801-1873 Croston, James, 1830-1893
Subjects: Emblems Heraldry
Publisher: Manchester, Pub. for the Holbein society by A. Brothers
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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PP- 4 Dedication To those Noble Personages ranckedin the Catalogve. Arms and Emblems 1-63 Forty Photo-lith Fac-simile Plates in Illustration, num-bered 1—40 pp. 32 INTRODUCTION. 1. A Brief Review of English Emblem-books pre-vious to A.D. 1618, and of the Mirrovr of Maiestieitself 65-96 II. Annotations on the Armorial Bearings and Noble Personages 97^^ 59 III. Notices of similar Works, and especially of thosefrom which the Illustrated Plates have beentaken 160-174 General Index 175~^80 THE MIRROVR OF MAIESTIE, AND Forty PHOTO-LITII FAC-SIMILE PLATES /;/ lUusiraiiiVi of the Mirror of Maiestie. M.nccc. LXX. 0 THE MIRRO VR o F MAIESTIE: OR, THE BADGES OF HONOVR CONCEITEDLY EMBLAZONED; EMBLEMES ANNEXED, POETICALLY VNFOLDED. . Nee hk VlebecHla gastdet.

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London, Printed by ff. /. itfi8 ^A CATALOGVE OF THOSE NAMES VNTO WHOM this worke is appropriated. THE Kin^sMAkfiie,The Queene,The Prince. The Lord Arch-BijJjopofCamcrl^urie.The Lordchancellor.The Lord Treafurer.The Lord Vrimc Senile.The Lord AdrntralLThe Duke of Lenox.The Mdrqueffe ofEuckinghMne.The Lord Ch^imhcrlaine,The Earle of Aruudell.The Earlc ofScuth-hjimpton,The f Arte of Hertford,The Earle oft fexTheEarleofDorfct-The Earle ofMountgorfieric.The Vifcoiint iJfle.TheFifcotmt i^allingford.The Bifo^ of L o.t ion.TieBifljop ofninchefcr.The Bifljop of Ely.T^eLordZouch.The Lord mn^for.The Lord iventivonh.The Lord Darde.TheL(^rdiVoo!ton.The Lord Stanhope,The Lord Carew.The Lord Hay. . The Lord chiefe lufiici of the Kings-Bench,The Lord Chiefe I(4fiice of the Commm Pleas.The Lor d chtefe Baron of the Exch:aq»er^ FINIS,

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Image from page 414 of “The history of the Reformation of the Church of England; with the collection of records, and a copious index;” (1839)
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Title: The history of the Reformation of the Church of England; with the collection of records, and a copious index;
Year: 1839 (1830s)
Authors: Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715 Nares, Edward, 1762-1841
Subjects: Reformation England — Ecclesiastical history
Publisher: London, Scott
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rwas Dr. Elmer, believed to be the same that was after-wards made bishop of London, by Queen Elizabeth.She had learned from him the Latin and Greek tonguesto great perfection; so that, being of the same age withthe late King, she seemed superior to him in thoselanguages. And having acquired the helps of know-ledge, she spent her time much in the study of it.Roger Ascham, tutor to the Lady Elizabeth, comingonce to wait on her at her fathers house in Leicester-shire, found her reading Platos works in Greek, whenall the rest of the family were hunting in the park. Heasked her, How she could be absent from such pleasantdiversions? She answered, The pastimes in the park * Different accounts are given of this very curious event. Some represent thecommunication to have been made at Durham House, as Burnet describes; someat the Tower after her removal thither from Durham House; and some more re–cent histories represent it to have taken place at Sion House, See Collier, Lin-gard, &c.—N.

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PART II. BOOK II. 363 were but a shadow to the delight she had in readingPlatos Phedon, which then lay open before her; andadded, that she esteemed it one of the greatest bless-ings that God ever gave her, that she had sharp parents,and a gentle schoolmaster, which made her take de-light in nothing so much, as in her study. She readthe Scriptures much, and had attained great knowledgein divinity. But with all these advantages of birth andparts, she was so humble, so gentle, and pious, that allpeople both admired and loved her, and none more thanthe late King. She had a mind wonderfully raisedabove the world; and at the age wherein others are butimbibing the notions of philosophy, she had attained tothe practice of the highest precepts of it. She was nei-ther lifted up with the hope of a crown, nor cast downwhen she saw her palace made afterwards her prison;but carried herself with an equal temper of mind, inthose great inequalities of fortune that so suddenly ex-alted and depressed he

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Image taken from page 234 of ‘King’s Handbook of Boston Harbor … With … illustrations’
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Title: "King’s Handbook of Boston Harbor … With … illustrations"
Author: SWEETSER, Moses Forster.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10409.bbb.24."
Page: 234
Place of Publishing: Cambridge, Mass
Date of Publishing: 1882
Publisher: Moses King
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 003556463

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