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by Jeremy Corderoy

eBook A warning for worldlings, or, A comfort to the godly, and a terror to the wicked set forth dialogue wise, betweene a scholler and a trauailer / by Ieremie Corderoy, student in Oxford. (1608) ePub
Author: Jeremy Corderoy
Language: English
ISBN: 124041448X
ISBN13: 978-1240414482
Publisher: EEBO Editions, ProQuest (December 29, 2010)
Pages: 372
Subcategory: Religios
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 337
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He was sent about 1577 to St. Alban Hall, Oxford, and after taking his degree in arts in due course continued to reside there for the purpose of studying theology

He was sent about 1577 to St. Alban Hall, Oxford, and after taking his degree in arts in due course continued to reside there for the purpose of studying theology.

by Thomas Purfoot, for Lawrence Lyle, and are to be sold at the Tygars head in Paules Church-yard, 1608.

Subject terms: Sin - Early works to 1800. Conduct of life - Early works to 1800. A DIALOGVE BE∣tweene a Trauailer, and a Student in Oxford.

forth Dialoguewise between a Scholler and a Trauailer,’ London, 1608, 12mo.

He was sent about 1577 to St. and ‘A Warning for Worldlings, or a Comfort to the Godly and a Terror to the Wicked, set forth Dialoguewise between a Scholler and a Trauailer,’ London, 1608, 12mo.

On the Continent public orators try to learn to speak fluently and smoothly; in England they take a special course in Oxonian stuttering. On the Continent learned persons love to quote Aristotle, Horace, Montaigne and show off their knowledge; in England only uneducated people show off their knowledge, nobody quotes Latin and Greek authors in the course of a conversation, unless he has never read them

A warning to beginners. in England everything is the other way round.

A warning to beginners. On Sundays on the. Continent even the poorest person puts on his best suit, tries to look. respectable, and at the same time the life of the country becomes gay and. cheerful; in England even the richest peer or motor-manufacturer dresses in. some peculiar rags, does not shave, and the country becomes dull and dreary. On the Continent there is one topic which should be avoided - the weather; in England, if you do not repeat the phrase 'Lovely day, isn't it?' at least.

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Listen carefully and try to guess the last two words: H B ! Peter had just arrived home. It was late in the evening. The front door was open; everything was dark and quiet. The rules are simple: The text must be 50 words exactly and it must tell a story. She felt unbelievably happy as she stepped on board the . A disastrous holiday.

The (PUBLISH) decided not to release the book due to protests. They went on holiday to the country-side and stayed in a (DELIGHT) little cottage. Do you know if he has a (PREFER) for fish or meat? nervous. A lot of entertainers get (NERVE) just before appearing on stage. Many kids underestimate the (IMPORTANT) of a balanced and healthy diet. You might get into a lot of trouble if you don't hand in your assignment (PUNCTUAL). For lunch, they had a (CHOOSE) between the chicken and the fish.

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