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168; Diary of Dr Edward Lake, ed. G. P. Elliott (Camden Miscellany, i, 1847), p. 31
. ' Religio Medici (1643), I, xviii. Cf. T. Jackson, A Treatise containing the Originall
of Unbeliefe (1625), p. 354. 5T. Becon, The Early Works, ed. J. Ayre ...
Many diaries and autobiographies of the period show how devout men were able
by praying to focus their minds upon a problem, and so to hit upon a solution.
Thus when Margaret Roper, the daughter of Sir Thomas More, fell ill with the ...
UsujuTyThey were all sold together as one piece, interlarded with the sort of
miscellaneous information which diaries still carry today - a list of markets and
fairs, a guide to highways and distances by road, a brief chronology of notable ...
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