At Vacant Hours
This richly annotated collection of previously unpublished verse by Thomas St Nicholas (1602-1668), an important puritan lawyer, parliamentarian and contemporary of John Milton, provides a memorable record of English life during the crucial middle decades of the seventeenth century.
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Accountant Barebones Parliament bishops blessed brother called Christ church Copley Country House Poem Cromwell death deleted Diary divine doth earth ECHO Elizabeth England English father fear fire friends Geneva Bible God's hand hast hath haue heart heaven Hoaden holy honour Hymn of Praise i'the imprisonment Inner Temple inserted John St Nicholas Joseph Hall Kent king Leicestershire letter Lionel Copley live London Long Parliament Lord marriage Matt Meditations Memorial Stone mercies Micah Mock-Begger Hall Nicholas brothers Nicholas's nonconformist OED2 overwritten Oxford Parliament Pontefract Castle poor Prayer prisoners Prov puritan recorded Recreation rhyme Richard Baxter Rotherham Savoy Declaration sermon soul Speed the Plough spelling St Nicholas's poem thee thine things Thomas St Nicholas thou Tilley Ultimum Vale unto verse vnto Voice vols vpon wife William wisdom word written Yorkshire