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" Realme much alteration both of our langage and lawes, and there withall a certain martiall barbarousnes, whereby the study of all good learning was so much decayd, as long time after no man or very few entended to write in any laudable science : so as... "
Bell's Edition - Stran 129
avtor: John Bell - 1782
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A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an ..., Količina 5

1761
...ftudy of all good learning was fo much degraded, as long time after no main,, or very few, intended to write in any laudable fcience, fo as beyond that...there is little or nothing worth commendation to be found written in this art. And thofe of the firft age were Chaucer and Gower, after whom followed John...
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British biography; or, an accurate and impartial account of the lives and ...

Joseph Towers - 1773
...the ftudy of all good learning was fo much degraded, as long time after no man, or very few, intended to write in any laudable fcience, fo as beyond that...there is little or nothing worth commendation to be found written in this art. And thofe of the firft age were Chaucer and Gower, after whom followed John...
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Ancient Critical Essays Upon English Poets and Poësy, Količina 1

Joseph Haslewood - 1811 - 316 strani
...withall a certain martiall barbarousnes, whereby the study of all good learning was so much decayd, as long time after no man or very few entended to write in any laudable science : so as beyond that time there is litle or nothing worth commendation to be founde written...
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George Puttenham: The Arte of English Poesie

Richard Puttenham - 1869 - 320 strani
...withall a certain martiall barbaroufnes, whereby the ftudy of all good learning was fo much decayd, as long time after no man or very few entended to...laudable fcience : fo as beyond that time there is litle or nothing worth commendation to be founde written in this arte. And thofe of the firft age were...
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English Prose, Količina 1

Sir Henry Craik - 1893
...laws, and therewithal a certain martial barbarousness, whereby the study of all good learning was so much decayed, as long time after no man or very few entended to write in any laudable science : so as beyond that time there is little or nothing worth commendation to be found written...
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Englische Studien, Količina 28

1900
...English Poesie 1589 (ed. p. 73 » . . . where by the study of all good learning was so much decayd, äs long time after no man or very few entended to write in any laudable science : . . . And those of the first age were Chaucer and Gower both of them äs I suppose Knightes....
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Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History Critical ..., Količina 1

Robert Chambers, David Patrick - 1901
...withall a certain martiall barbarousnes, whereby the study of all good learning was so much decayd, , thou hast perswaded ; what none have dared, thou hast done ; and whom science : so as beyond that time there is litle or nothing worth commendation to be fuunde written...
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Chamber's Cyclopædia of English Literature, Količina 1

Robert Chambers - 1902
...withall a certain martiall barbarousnes, whereby the study of all good learning was so much decayd, sed this All. From the ' Epithalamion.' Wake now, my love, awake ! for science : so as beyond that time there is litle or nothing worth commendation to be founde written...
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Elizabethan Critical Essays, Količina 2

George Gregory Smith - 1904
...withall a certain martiall barbarousnes, whereby the study of all good learning was so much decayd as long time after no man or very few entended to write in any laudable science : so as beyond that time there is litle or nothing worth commendation to be founde written...
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The Arte of English Poesie: Contriued Into Three Bookes: the First of Poets ...

George Puttenham, Richard Puttenham - 1970 - 301 strani
...withall a certain martiall barbaroufnes, whereby the ftudy of all good learning was fo much decayd, as long time after no man or very few entended to...laudable fcience : fo as beyond that time there is litle or nothing worth commendation to be founde written in this arte. And thofe of the firft age were...
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