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An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster at the Commencement of the ... - Page 39
by George Hill - 1877 - 622 pages
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A Book of English Prose, Character and Incident 1387-1649

Charles Whibley - English prose literature - 1905 - 395 pages
...that he is long since dead, and others living whom it may concern. To take him in the observations of his letters and writings (which should best set him off), for such as fell into my hands, I never yet saw a style or phrase more seeming religious, and fuller of the streams...
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Machiavelli and the Elizabethan drama

Edward Stockton Meyer - English drama - 1897 - 180 pages
...read in Machiavelli, which Father Parsons had long before proclaimed. "To take him in the observations of his Letters and Writings (which should best set him off) for such as fell into my hands, I never yet saw a style or phrase more seeming religious, and fuller of the streams...
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Machiavelli and the Elizabethan Drama

Edward Stockton Meyer - English drama - 1897 - 34 pages
...read in Machiavelli, which Father Parsons had long before proclaimed. "To take him in the observations of his Letters and Writings (which should best set him off) for such as fell into my hands, I never yet saw a style or phrase more seeming religious, and fuller of the streams...
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The Fall of Irish Chiefs and Clans and the Plantation of Ulster: Including ...

George Hill - Ireland - 2004 - 276 pages
...Castle, which lasted seventeen days, and cost .60,000. Naunton, the author of the Fragmenta Regalia, says of Leicester : — "To take him in the observation...of Nicholas the Florentine, and in the reaches of Csesar Borgias." See Lord Somers's Tracts, edited by Sir Walter Scott, vol. i., pp. 259, 260. (42)....
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