An humble remonstrance presented to the right worshipfull Company of Merchant-Tailors
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An humble remonstrance presented to the right worshipfull Company of Merchant-Tailors Maii 15. 1661. By William Du-gard by William Dugard

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English


  • Merchant Taylors" Company (London, England) -- History -- Early works to 1800

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SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1946:5
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15417321M

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An humble remonstrance presented to the right worshipfull Company of Merchant-Tailors Maii By William : William Dugard. A remonstrance of some fallacies and mistakes whereof the informers who have hitherto attempted against the house of the Stillyard [i.e. Steelyard], suppressing the truth and by false suggestions deceiving at once those who do not heed : with particular answers to all, and a . a humble remonstrance; story-telling; the aim of fictional art; a problem in fiction; frank norris; discourse on style; the sinews of style; style as organic and as mechanic; on style; on familiar style; on style; index. James Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] James , NIV: "Believers in humble circumstances ought to take pride in their high position." James , ESV: "Let the lowly brother boast in his exaltation," James , KJV: "Let the brother of low degree rejoice in that he is exalted:" James , NASB: "But the brother of humble circumstances is to glory in his high position;".

in humble circumstances ταπεινὸς (tapeinos) Adjective - Nominative Masculine Singular Strong's Greek Humble, lowly, in position or spirit (in a good sense). Of uncertain derivation; depressed, i.e. humiliated. should exult Καυχάσθω (Kauchasthō) Verb - Present Imperative Middle or Passive - . , January-June. [p. 27] An assembly held at Pewterers' Hall on Wednesday afternoon, 30 January in the presence of the right worshipful Mr. Thomas Wilford, president, Mr. Roger Howe, treasurer, and the following assistants: John Newman, Nicholas Ling, Robert Bowyer, Arthur Jaxon, John Dorrington, John Bate, and Mr. Bostock one of the generality. In Praise of the Humble Comma Quotes from the Text (cont.) Quotes from the Text (cont.) A world that has only periods is a world without inflections. It is a world without shade. It has a music without sharps and flats. It is a martial music. It has a jackboot rhythm. (P.8) And. Pacific Rim Christian University, BI , Kenneth Humphries, Old Testament Survey, Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free.

This comprehensive anthology collects in one volume primary texts and documents relevant to literature, culture and intellectual life in England from to Through both well-known and forgotten texts that were influential at the time, the volume introduces controversies, ideas, and views on all areas of cultural interest in early modern England. 12 Whitney, Dorothy Williams, ‘London Puritanism: The Haberdashers’ Company’, Church History, xxxii ().For an example of the moderate preaching of which the Company’s rulers approved, see Samuel Fawcet, A Seasonable Sermon for these Trovblesome ed to the Right Worshipfull Company of Haberdashers (). Fawcet is careful to denounce ‘the Anabaptists and those other. In the opera Madame Butterfly, the Italian "verist" Giacomo Puccini presented a timely view of a. European aristocrats at leisure. b. America's imperialistic presence in Asia. c. an absolutist monarch. d. the European obsession with nature.   The gods, they say, give breath, and they take it away. But the same could be said -- could it not? -- of the humble comma. Add it to the present clause, and, of a sudden, the mind is, quite literally, given pause to think; take it out if you wish or forget it and the mind is deprived of a resting place.