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*ihich characterized one who represented with exceptional vigor the typical
Elizabethan man of action and who was also a man 01 thought and imagination.
69 (5) hc xxxix suading; have caused me to make my thoughts legible, and
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the execution of his brother Clarence, for none other offence than he himself had
formed in his own imagination) instructed Gloucester to kill Henry the Sixth, his
predecessor ; taught him also by the same art to kill his own sons and successors
And for Escovedo his sharp-witted secretary, who in his own imagination had
conquered for his master both England and the Netherlands; being sent into
Spain upon some new project, he was at the first arrival, and before any access
to the ...
For God forbid that we should give out a dream of our own imagination for a
pattern of the world ; rather may he graciously grant to us to write an apocalypse
or true vision of the footsteps of the Creator imprinted on his creatures. Therefore
But this remedy comes too late to do any good, when the mind is already, through
the daily intercourse and conversation of life, occupied with unsound doctrines
and beset on all sides by vain imaginations. And therefore that art of Logic, ...
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