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Therefore the Apostle saith: "All that is written is written to our doctrine," which
doctrine for the common weal I beseech God may be taken in such place and
time as shall be most needful in increasing of peace, love, and charity; which
grant us ...
And the cause is that there is almost none that intendeth to the common weal, but
only every man for his singular profit. Oh ! when I remember the noble Romans,
that for the common weal of the city of Rome they spent not only their moveable ...
... one season and waneth and decreaseth another season. And that common
English that is spoken in one shire varieth from another, insomuch that in my
days happened that certain merchants were in a ship in Thames 26 WILLIAM
And some honest and great clerks have been with me and desired me to write
the most curious terms that I could find; and thus between plain, rude and curious
I stand abashed. But in my judgment the common terms that be daily used ...
Nor, if they were ever so preternatural, ought they to have any weight in
opposition to the truth of God, since the name of God ought to be sanctified in all
places and at all times, whether by miraculous events, or by the common order of
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - HadriantheBlind - LibraryThing
The books that started it all for me - I started a vigorous campaign of self-education when I was in freshman year of high-school by reading all of these. It took well over a year, but I managed to ... Leer comentario completo
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First inspired by Emerson's observation about the sheer volume of volumes available to read ("There are 850,000 volumes in the Imperial Library at Paris. If a man were to read industriously from dawn ... Leer comentario completo