5 edition of Epistolæ Ho-elianæ found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Howell"s letters, Howell"s letters.|
|Statement||by James Howel ...|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 764:3.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 510,  p.|
|Number of Pages||510|
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The Howell Family History. James Howell, the quaint and delightful author of “Epistolæ Ho-Elianæ,” “Londinopolis,” “Dodona’s Grove,” and numerous other works, was born circa Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Wisconsin – Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. His Epistolæ Ho-Elianæ or Familiar Letters, in four books, appeared at intervals from to He was also the author of a vast number of separate works, some of which will be noticed below. He was also the author of a vast number of separate works, .
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A transformation, such as one performed by magic.Michael Drayton, “Poly-Olbion”, in The Complete Works of Michael Drayton, volume I, London: J. Smith, publishedpage With Severne she along doth go, / Her Metamorphosis to show; / And makes the wand’ring Wy declaim / In honour of the British name.
May 1, James Howell. French wines may be said but to pickle meat in the stomach, but this is the wine that digests, and doth not only breed good blood, but it nutrifieth also, being a glutinous substantial liquor; of this wine, if of any other, may be verified that merry induction: That good wine makes good blood, good blood causeth good humors, good humors cause good thoughts, good thoughts bring.
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French wines may be said but to pickle meat in the stomach, but this is the wine that digests, and doth not only breed good blood, but it nutrifieth also, being a glutinous substantial liquor; of this wine, if of any other, may be verified that merry induction: That good wine makes good blood, good blood causeth good humors, good humors cause good.
OWEN, JAMES (–), presbyterian minister, second son of John Owen, and elder brother of Charles Owen [q. v.], was born on 1 Nov. at the farmhouse of Bryn, in the parish of Abernant, Carmarthenshire, the birthplace of James Howell [q.
v.], the author of ‘Epistolæ Ho-elianæ,’ whose nephew, James Howell, a clergyman, was his godfather. His. He was a friend and correspondent of James Howell, who mentions him in the ‘Epistolæ Ho-elianæ,’ and he was also acquainted with Edmund Bolton [q.
v.], who selected him in to be one of the original eighty-four members of the projected Royal Academy, or College and Senate of Honour (Archæologia, xxxii.
Like all the members of. Epistolæ Ho-Elianæ.: Familiar letters domestic and forren; divided into six sections, partly historicall, politicall, philosophicall, upon emergent occasions. An opposite meaning. James Howell, “XIX. To the R.H.
the Earl of Clare.”, in Epistolæ Ho-Elianæ. Familiar Letters Domestic and Forren. [ ], volume IV, 3rd edition, London: Printed for Humphrey Mos[e]ley, [ ], publishedOCLCpage Moreover, I find there are ſome Words now in French which are turn'd to a.
book acquisitions is the purchase of a touching association volume, signed on the title-page by both Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning—signatures which, evidence suggests, date from their courtship. The book is the ninth edition of James Howell’s Epistolæ Ho-Elianæ: Familiar Letters, Domestic and Foreign (London, ).
We can. L. ROBERTS Merchants Mappe of Commerce i. 2 He may by well husbanding his mercantile imployment and time, joyn a future benefit of mind, to a present profit of estate. J. HOWELL Epistolæ Ho-elianæ I.
xxviii. 54 The onely procede (that I may use the mercantil term) you can expect, is thanks. J. ARBUTHNOT Tables Anc. Coins John Hall (–), also known as John Hall of Durham, was an English poet, essayist and pamphleteer of the Commonwealth period. After a short period of adulation at university, he became a writer in the Parliamentary cause and Hartlib Circle ion: St John's College, Cambridge;, Gray's Inn.