|Statement||from a lover of the souls of all people, who am called, Thomas Greene|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 278:2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
An Alarm to the false Shepheards; sounded forth before the Indignation of the Lord be poured out on them. Here is also my Testimony concerning the Word of God against both Teachers and People, who make a noise in the Nation, and tell people, the Quakers deny the Word of . And the word of the Lord came unto me, saying, Son of man, prophesy against the shepherds of Israel, prophesy, and say unto them, Thus saith the Lord God unto the shepherds; Woe be to the shepherds of Israel that do feed themselves! should not the shepherds feed the flocks? (Ezekiel ) Ezekiel the Prophet saw. 28 Keep watch over yourselves and all the flock of which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers. Be shepherds of the church of God, which he bought with his own blood. 29 I know that after I leave, savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock. 30 Even from your own number men will arise and distort the truth in order to draw away disciples . THE FAERIE QUEENE BOOK I EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY GEORGE ARMSTRONG WAUCHOPE, M.A., Ph.D. PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH IN THE SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE. Velut inter ignes luna minores. New York The MacMillan Company London: MacMillan & CO., LTD. Set up and electrotyped. Published September,
1. This was the great fable-book of the time. 2. Things are put exactly as in "Mother Hubberd's Tale," in sarcastic exposure of the doings at court and elsewhere. 3. The Foxe, Ape, and Moyle (mule) of Spenser have traits taken from Doni. 4. This book is used by Spenser in the "Shepheards Calendar" and in the "Visions of the World's Vanity." 5. The Book of Burtoniana: Volume 1: Volume 2: Volume 3: Volume 4: Register and Bibliograph y. Cover Image: Richard Francis Burton and his sister Maria, Boulogne , by Claude Jacquand, courtesy of the Royal Anthropological Institute, London. . Full text of "Shepheards Calendar: Containing Twelve Eclogues Proportionable to the Twelve Months" See other formats. Full text of "Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Book I" See other formats.
This is a translation of the Latin certificate prefixed to a book by Lord Herbert of Cherbury, printed in England in “I have read through the Treatise entitled ‘On Truth, as distinguished from Revelation, from the Probable, the Possible and the False.’ The book contains pages already printed, and about 17 in ms.; in which I find. The book is very well and pleasingly written; and I picture to myself with pleasure its effect upon a grim Elder. He sits down with his wooden brain and wine—merry convinced that the “Old Testament” was dictated verbatim et literatim by a peculiar process called “inspiration”; that is he is hearing the voice of the Creator. The shepheards pipe: Browne, William, Gent, fl. /  Brovvne his fiftie yeares practice. Or An exact discourse concerning snafflle-riding [sic], for trotting and ambling of all manner of horses whatsoeuer, from one degree to another, till they be perfit both for the trot and amble A subiect, neuer as yet pubished [sic] by any heretofore. The careful adjectives also reveal links, not visible to early readers such as Fox, between ‘Michael’ and the eighth book of The Prelude, where the ‘unadorned’ and ‘unluxuriant’ lives of Cumbrian shepherds are set against the dismaying representation of London in Book VII. 33 Indeed, when The Prelude was finally published in Cited by: 3.