Ludus Coventriæ: A Collection of Mysteries, Formerly Represented at Coventry on the Feast of Corpus Christi

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James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps
Shakespeare society, 1841 - 434 páginas
 

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Thomas Digges to Lord Burghley May 14th 1574 6
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Ralph Rabbards to Queen Elizabeth 1574 7
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Dr John Dee to Lord Burghley Oct 3rd 1574 13
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Humphrey Cole to Lord Burghley Dec 4th 1578 18
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Instructions by Dr John Dee May 15th 1580 20
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Stephen Powle to Mr West 21
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Lord Burghleys memorial concerning Dr John Dees opi nion on the reformation of the calendar 30
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Thomas Hood to Lord Burghley 31
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Tycho Brahe to Thomas Savelle Dec 1st 1590 32
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John Bulkeley to Thomas Harriot Feb 28th 1591 34
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Edmund Jentill to Lord Burghley Oct 1st 1594 35
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Inventions by Edmund Jentill 36
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Henry Marshall to Lord Burghley June 1st 1595 37
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Emery Molineux to Lord Burghley 1596 ib 16 William Lower to Thomas Harriot March 4th 1611 38
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The same to the same April 13th 1611 41
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The same to the same July 19th 1611 42
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Thomas Aylesburie to Thomas Harriot April 15th 1613 43
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John Rudston to Thomas Harriot June 9th 1615 ib 21 Thomas Aylesburie to Thomas Harriot Jan 19th 1619 44
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Thomas Harriot to the Duke of Northumberland June 13th 1619 45
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Samuel Turner to Thomas Harriot 46
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No Page 25 Thomas Lydyat to Henry Briggs July 4th 1623 47
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Thomas Man to Thomas Lydyat April 19th 1625 49
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Thomas Lydyat to Thomas Man May 12th 1625 50
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Thomas Lydyat to Sir Henry Martin Oct 17th 1626 54
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Henry Briggs to John Pell Oct 25th 1628 55
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Thomas Lydyat to Henry Briggs Oct 31st 1628 58
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A paper on the weight of water by the Duke of Northum berland 59
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Christopher Potter to William Boswell Mar 28th 1632 ib 33 Thomas Lydyat to William Boswell April 4th 1632 61
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Thomas Lydyats petition to Charles the First 63
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Thomas Lydyat to the Archbishop of Canterbury 64
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The same to the same Dec 18th 1641 ib 49 Robert Pink to Thomas Lydyat Nov 13th 1641 75
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Sir Charles Cavendish to John Pell Jan 20th 1644 76
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The same to the same Jan 31st 1644 ib 52 The same to the same March 26th 1644 77
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The same to the same July 26th 1644 78
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The same to the same Aug 18th 1644 79
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John Pell to Sir Charles Cavendish Aug 7th 1644 ib 56 Sir William Petty to John Pell Aug 14th 1644 81
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Sir Charles Cavendish to John Pell Aug 26th 1644 83
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No Page 58 Sir Charles Cavendish to John Pell 84
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The same to the same Oct 20th 1644 85
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The same to the same Nov 16th 1644 86
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The same to the same Dec 20th 1644 ib 62 The same to the same Dec 27th 1644 87
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The same to the same June 27th 1645 88
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John Pell to John Leake Aug 7th 1645 89
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Sir William Petty to John Pell Nov 8th 1645 90
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Henry Power to Sir Thomas Browne June 13th 1646 91
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The same to the same Feb 10th 1647 92
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William Oughtred to Mr Greatorix Dec 19th 1652 93
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H Thorndike to John Pell Dec 23rd 1652 94
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List of Mr Warners papers 95
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Anthony Thompson to John Pell Nov 22nd 1658 ib 72 Pells relation of a meeting with Hobbes March 31st 1662 96
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Thomas Brancker to John Pell May 9th 1666 97
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The same to the same June 21st 1666 98
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The same to the same July 6th 1666 99
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Christopher Sawtell to William Lilly Aug 6th 1666 101
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Thomas Brancker to John Pell Aug 17th 1666 102
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John Pell to Moses Pit June 3rd 1668 103
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Henry Oldenburgh to Lord Brereton Sept 22nd 1668 104
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Michael Dary to John Collins Feb 8th 1675 105
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Note on solving equations by John Pell May 20th 1675 ib 82 John Collins to Mr Oldenburgh May 25th 1675 106
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Sir Samuel Morland to John Pell May 13th 1682 107
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Appendix 109
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Página ix - Before the suppression of the monasteries, this city was very famous for the pageants, that were played therein, upon Corpus-Christi day; which, occasioning very great confluence of people thither, from far and near, was of no small benefit thereto ; which pageants being acted with mighty state and reverence by the...
Página 124 - Magnificat anima mea Dominum; Et exultavit spiritus meus in Deo salutari meo. Quia respexit humilitatem ancillae suae; ecce enim ex hoc beatam me dicent omnes generationes Quia fecit mihi magna qui potens est, et sanctum nomen ejus.
Página 406 - Heatly's booth, over against the Cross Daggers, next to Mr. Miller's booth, during the time of Bartholomew-Fair, will be presented a little opera, called The old creation of the world, newly reviv'd, with the addition of the glorious battle obtained over the French and Spaniards by his Grace the Duke of Marlborough.
Página iii - COURTENAY, RT. HON. THOMAS P. CRAIK, GEORGE L., ESQ. DILKE, CW, ESQ., TREASURER. DYCE, REV. ALEXANDER. HALLIWELL, JO, ESQ., FRSFSA, &C. HARNESS, REV. WILLIAM. JERROLD, DOUGLAS, ESQ. KENNEY, JAMES, ESQ. KNIGHT, CHARLES, ESQ. MACREADY, WILLIAM C., ESQ. MADDEN, SIR F., FRS, FSA, KEEPER OF THE MSS. IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM. MILMAN, REV. HENRY HART. TALFOURD, MR. SERGEANT, MP TOMLINS, F.
Página 279 - And lete me fro this deth fle, As I dede nevyr no trespace ! The watyr and blood owth of my face, Dystyllyth for peynes that I xal take ; My flesche qwakyth in ferful case, As thow the joyntes asondre xuld schake.
Página 105 - Lord, I am thi dowtere, Trewthe, Thou wilt se I be not lore, Thyn unkynde creatures to save were rewthe, The offens of man hath grevyd the sore. Whan Adam had synnyd, thou seydest yore, That he xulde deye and go to helle, And now to blysse hym to restore, Twey contraryes mow not togedyr dwelle.
Página 30 - I will speak onely of things performed by art and nature, wherein shall be nothing magical ; and first by the figuration of art, there may be made instruments of navigation without men to rowe in them, as great ships to brooke the sea, only with one man to steere them, and they shall, sayle far more swiftly than if they were full of men : also chariots that shall move with an unspeakable force, without any living creature to stirre them.
Página 414 - He singeth brokking as a nightingale. He sent hire pinnes, methe, and spiced ale, And wafres piping hot out of the glede : And for she was of toun, he profered mede. For som folk wol be wonnen for richesse, And som for strokes, and som with gentillesse. Somtime to shew his lightnesse and maistrie He plaieth Herode on a skaffold hie.
Página 31 - ... there may be made instruments of navigation without men to rowe in them, as great ships to brooke the sea, only with one man to steere them, and they shall sayle far more swiftly than if they were full of men : also chariots that shall move with an unspeakable force, without any living creature to stirre them. Likewise, an instrument may be made to fly withall, if one sit in the midst of the instrument, and doe turne an engine, by which the wings being artificially composed, may beat ayre after...
Página 106 - Ryghtwysnes, 30 are to vengeabyl, Endles synne God endles may restore, Above alle hese werkys, God is mercyabyl, Thow he forsook God be synne, be feyth he forsook hym never the more. And thow he presumyd nevyr so sore, 30 must consyder the frelnes of mankende, Lerne and 30 lyst, this is Goddys lore, The mercy of God is withowtyn ende.

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