Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 1768, no. 12).
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1768, no. 12.|
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Sentences and maxims divine, moral, and historical, in prose and verse: Design'd for the conduct and instruction of human life ; and particularly for the improvement of youth in good sence [sic] and correct English. By George Shelley. Sentences and maxims divine, moral, and historical, in prose and verse. Designed for the conduct and instruction of human life ; and particularly for the improvement of youth in good sense, and correct English. The third edition. To which are added, brief instructions, comprehending the substance of the whole. By George Shelley. Sentences and maxims divine: Moral, and Historical, in Prose and Verse. Design'd for the conduct and instruction of human life ; and particularly for the improvement of youth in good sence . Sentences and maxims divine, moral, and historical, in prose and verse. Designed for the conduct and instruction of human life ; and particularly for the improvement of youth in good sense, and correct English. Being A Select and Curious Collection of Copies of all Sorts, put into Alphabetical Order, for the Use of Writing-Schools, &c.
Proverbs, Maxims, and the Historical Jesus. Ancient Proverbs and Maxims from Burmese Sources Or The Niti. REFLECTIONS; OR, SENTENCES AND MORAL MAXIMS Our virtues are most frequently but vices disguised. [This epigraph which is the key to the system of La Rochefoucauld, is found in another form as No. of the maxims of the first edition, , it is omitted from the 2nd and 3rd, and reappears for the first time in the 4th edition, in , as at present, at the head of the . Choice emblems: natural, historical, fabulous, moral and divine, for the improvement and pastime of youth: ornamented with near fifty handsome allegorical engravings, designed on purpose for this work: with pleasing and familiar descriptions to each, in prose and verse, serving to display the beauties and morals of the ancient fabulists: the whole calculated to convey the golden lessons of. OLD ENGLISH PROSE Prose developed later than poetry - in the ninth century - but sometimes it also partly contained the characteristics of poetry. It was influenced by Latin, the language of the church and the educated. It consisted of factual, historical, and religious writings. King Alfred's Works.
Maxims and Moral Reflections. London, 12 mo. Reflections, Sentences, and Maxims of the Duke de la Rochefoucauld, newly translated from the French; with an introduction and notes. London, 16 mo. ix. Maxims and Moral Reflections of the Duke de la Rochefoucauld: with a Memoir by the Chevalier de Chatelain. London, 12 mo. "The third edition on this improved plan ; March 1st, "--P.  "Containing words both common and proper, from one to six syllables ; a large and useful table of words, that are the same in sound, but different in spelling and signification ; a short but comprehensive English grammar ; an useful collection of sentences, in prose and verse, divine, moral, historical, together with. Giovanni Boccaccio - Giovanni Boccaccio - The Decameron.: It was probably in the years –53 that Boccaccio composed the Decameron in the form in which it is read today. In the broad sweep of its range and its alternately tragic and comic views of life, it is rightly regarded as his masterpiece. Stylistically, it is the most perfect example of Italian classical prose, and its influence on. Francis Quarles’s most popular book is Enchiridon: Containing Institutions Divine, Moral. The Complete Works in Prose and Verse of Francis Quarles: Verse: Elegiacal Poems. Emblems and Hieroglyphikes. the Shepheards Oracles. Essays and Maxims, Political, Moral & Divine .