2 edition of Marginal Prynne found in the catalog.
William M. Lamont
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The information I have to communicate, after this long preface, is, that a copy of this book of Prynne's, with marginal notes by the Archbishop, made apparently in preparation for the answer which he contemplated, is still extant; and I shall be thankful to any of your readers who can give any further information on the Prynne also came into collision with Milton, whose doctrine of 'divorce at pleasure ' he had denounced, and was replied to by the poet in a passage in his 'Colasterion.' Milton also inserted in the original draft of his sonnet 'On the Forcers of Conscience' a scornful reference to 'marginal Prynne's ears' (Masson, Life of Milton, iii. , ).,_William_(DNB00).
J.H. Prynne, Poems. Northumberland: Bloodaxe, pp. $ J.H. Prynne, hailed by some critics as the most vital contemporary British poet-a designation at once useful in its emphasis and silly, since poetry is more conversation than competition-writes poems so distinct from the sort ofthing by which, say, the Times Literary Supplement represents British poetry, that Prynne's work Marginal Prynne,  Histriomastix, fol. ;  C.f. Nicolas Caussin, The Holy Court (), , where the practice of “community of beds” (a “law” attributed to Plato, according to Caussin) is advanced as a reductio ad absurdam against those whose court Platonism was accompanied by immodest ://
Prynne, William (). The Treachery and Disloyalty of Papists to their Soveraignes, in Doctrine and Practise. Together with The First Part of the Soveraigne Power of J. H. Prynne, The White Stones. Introduction by Peter Gizzi. New York: New York Review Books, pp. $14 J. H. Prynne’s The White Stones was originally published in by Tim Longville and John Riley’ s Grosseteste Press. Its covers were dark green with a cairn of white dots framed by a black rectangle on the front. It
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Marginal Prynne, (Studies in political history) › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government. William Prynne ( – 24 October ) was an English lawyer, author, polemicist, and political figure.
He was a prominent Puritan opponent of the church policy of the Archbishop of Canterbury, William gh his views on church polity were presbyterian, he became known in the s as an Erastian, arguing for overall state control of religious ?View.
William Prynne ( – 24 October ) was an English lawyer, author, polemicist, and political figure. He was a prominent Puritan opponent of the church policy of the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Laud.
His views on church polity were presbyterian, but he became known in the s as an Erastian, arguing for overall state control of religious :// Prynne, William prĭn, –, English political figure and Puritan pamphleteer.
Beginning his attacks on Arminian doctrine inhe soon earned the enmity of William Laud. When Prynne's strictures on the theater in his book, Historiomastix (), were interpreted as an attack on Charles I and his queen, he was fined, imprisoned This book concludes a trilogy on English Puritanism.
Marginal Prynne () studied the writings of a Puritan Lawyer, William Prynne. Godly Rule () explored the influence of ideas of Christ's second coming and the destruction of Rome upon English Protestants in the seventeenth century.
Richard Baxter and the Millennium combines both the Prynne further protests the recent surge in printed plays, which he informs his readers in yet another marginal note, "Above forty thousand Play-bookes have been printed and vented within these two yeares." While we might be inclined to dismiss Prynne's estimates as the product of paranoia, they in fact are remarkably 2 days ago The new book by Margot Mifflin shows how the famous contest for women reflected conflicting ideas about female beauty, ambition and fame over the past :// Full bound in brown leather, stamped in blind, spine lettered in gilt; laid in: bookseller's clipping for this title and copies of two book reviews: Marginal Prynne by Lamont).
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; ‘he had indeed denounced female actors at the same time as Queen Henrietta Maria was participating in a court masque’. William Lamont, ‘Prynne, William (–)’, :// Prynne was a strong partisan of Clarendon, whose downfall, like Raleigh’s, he ascribed to foreign intrigue.
He was appointed to the committee of inquiry into the miscarriages of the second Dutch war (17 Oct. ); but for the next few weeks he was fully occupied with measures to correct the woodmongers’ abuses, limit the grant of writs of Marginal Prynne, by William M Lamont (Book) A speech delivered in the Starr-Chamber, on Wednesday, the XIVth of Iune, MDCXXXVII: at the censure, of Iohn Bastwick, Henry Burton, & William Prinn, concerning pretended innovations in the Church by William Laud () This later became his first book, Marginal Prynne, ().
After teaching at Hackney Downs School (), Professor Lamont was appointed lecturer in history at the Aberdeen College of Education (), now part of the University of :// Reasons assigned by William Prynne, & () [William Prynne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher. While we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of the original work In his book on a single Shakespeare sonnet, "They that haue powre to hurte", Prynne produces an exquisite philological study, proceeding word by word, as The sauciness of the latter, however, was nothing to that of an unknown person who, at the beginning ofactually published a book called Mr.
William Prynne, his defence of Stage-Players or a Retraction of his former book. Needless to say, the indignant victim of this effrontery at once issued a denial of the charge.
99 46 The Long Parliament ORDERED ITS PUBLICATION Prynne, William. Romes master-peece: Or, the grand conspiracy of the pope and his Jesuited instruments, to extirpate the Protestant religion, re-establish popery, subvert lawes, liberties, peace, parliaments, by kindling a civill war in Scotland, and all his majesties realmes, and to poyson the king Author of Marginal Prynne,Puritanism and historical controversy, Godly rule, Puritanism & the English Revolution, Last witnesses, Marginal Prynne, The Lamont tartan, Puritanism & the English Revolution, Vol.3 (Modern Revivals in History).
In an important new book, Charles I and the Popish Plot, Caroline Hibbard has tackled the origins of the Civil War by documenting the Catholic intrigue at the Court of Charles I from the late s to the outbreak of Civil War.
Her findings complement my own in a number of ways. I called my study of William Prynne, Marginal Prynne In this essay I explore the moral crisis of modernity as identified in J.
H. Prynne’s latest book Kazoo Dreamboats or, On What There Is. The analysis focuses on the idea of “void” that in 's_Sub.Prynne also came into collision with Milton, whose doctrine of 'divorce at pleasure ' he had denounced, and was replied to by the poet in a passage in his 'Colasterion.' Milton also inserted in the original draft of his sonnet 'On the Forcers of Conscience' a scornful reference to 'marginal Prynne's ears' (Masson, Life of Milton, iii.).:Dictionary_of_National_Biography_volume_djvu/