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At cum aus audet co Dteudere cum Jesuitis, turn certe, " Su W et ipsa Roma viribua niit." At quod pesaime sonabat in ejus oratione, non abatlnuit a jocis profanis, Visua eat admodum stare pro ecclesia, cum tamen ipse fuit egregiua sacrilegua. Nolo ego his actibus captare multitudiuem aophistarum Joanuensium. Fuit, inquam, egregiua sacrilegus, nam ex ipsa Scriptura ftiratus est suob jocoa. Voa itaque, sophistse Joannenscs, si no Eitis mitii plaudere uisi hisce conditionibus, vestrum servate apiritum ad jusculum refrigeran- dum. Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. D.® Many .*Ker instances to the same purpose might easily be pro- . Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. '--''jiliced And, here, we may venture to lay it down for a **:*" general rule, that all persons of the same surname, though never *•/.*- so much different in condition, did all originally spring from the same stock. Maintain attribution Tht Goog Xt "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. Before we enter upon the life of Archbishop Hutton, it is proper and necessary to consider and reftite a groundless, scanda- lous, and injurious calumny that hath been raised, not many years ago, upon the memory of that most worthy prelate. Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. This calumny we shall express in the words of the first author who made it public in print,^° being as follows : " " He was born,'" 7 Dr.
This rebellion led to such mighty changes and misery in the North of England, that a document connected with it, of such a nature as this, is worthy of preservation. description of that entertainment, which is still recol- lected by a very respectable Baronet, Sir Roger Newdi- gate, whose ancestors were formerly the owners of Hare- field Lodge, still remains a desideratum"^ Here it is, from a contemporary copy sent to the Archbishop by Lord Burleigh, the Lord President, which appears to have afforded his Grace much amusement,* containing all the lost matter, and, in addition, the names of the Ladies who were in attendance upon the Queen, with the prizes which they respectively drew. Witness the following extracts from a speech upon a similar occasion, of which a copy is preserved among the MSS. The latter abounds vnth wit, and it is equally remarkable for the licence which the speaker gives to hiij tongue when addressing his superiors. 279.] The words in bracketa in the text and in this note are added in pencil.
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From the point- ed character of the composition, a conjecture must be permitted that Ben Jonson was its author. This speech, which is alluded to by Howes in his Appendix to Stowe's Chronicle, is here for the first time printed. X PREFACE* heart of such a villain as the Earl of Somerset, it must have been an appeal like this. The speaker upon these occasions was ex- horted " to be witty, but modest withall." Our readers will judge how far, in this instance, the injunction was obeyed.
The Egertons in the succeeding generation had a Milton for their laureate, and Comus perpetuates their love for the Muses. A daughter of Sir John Bennet, as will be seen in the pedigree hereafter, was married to the second son of Archbishop Hutton. CLXXVIL Sir Walter Raleigh's letter was first printed in Cabala site Scrinia Sacra, p. The con- temporary copy among the Hutton papers differs in many important respects from that in the Cabala, and bears upon the face of it every proof of being au- thentic. It must be premised that the speaker was of Jesus College, Cambridge, and that on the preceding day a Johnian had made a similar exhibition for a medical degree, with Umhra for his subject. Prolegomenon, — Heri prodiit Umhra^ hoc est homo in tenebris sive Johannes invisibilis.