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Theyr dedes in effecte my lyfe wolde haue
|Other titles||Your dedes in effecte that made your lyfe braue|
|Statement||Stephen Wynton. Your dedes in effecte that made your lyfe braue / H.S|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1861:14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
In theyr lyfe and wycked tempestes, Veryly they will become moche worse than beestes, But, and thou had taryed, I wolde not haue lefte the so. And as now God spede the in thy iournaye, For from the I wyll departe as fast as I maye. All my lyfe I haue loued ryches; If that my Good now helpe my myght. The Comfort of Lovers Hawes, Stephen TextBaseEarlyTudorEnglish SHCL STC Ringler and TP Order no. P; UMI microfilm reel
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for vs. As I wolde nat haue taryed to co-uer hym yf I had done the dede my selfe: but haue fled and shronke a syde into some other way for feare of takynge. Of the conclusion. T He cōclusion is as I haue said afore in briefe repetynge of the effecte of our reasons / & . God to haue dysceyued, yf it wolde haue be And as he tho, to lye begon So to this daye, he holdeth on. Of vs pore women customably Without cause iust, to rayle and iest No nature naturate, vnder the skye Fysshe, fowle, worme, ne beest But with theyr owne kynde, the lyue at rest Man of all other, of maners so rude Can nat saye well by his.
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S.]. T Heyr dedes in effecte, my lyfe wolde haue: Theyr wordes do pretende, my lyuynge to craue: Theyr dedes I drede not, theyr wordes beynge suche: I drede and regarde, in maner as moche.
5: My lyfe is but vyle, I esteme as lyght: Then shulde I in gooddes or lyuynge delyght: Whom matters and dedes, nought moueth at all. Author of De vera obedientia, Obedience in church & state, The letters of Stephen Gardiner, Le Corbusier, Introduction to Architecture, Theyr dedes in effecte my lyfe wolde haue, Epstein, The House.
Theyr dedes in effecte my lyfe wolde haue Stephen Wynton. Your dedes in effecte that made your lyfe braue / H.S. By. Stephen Gardiner and H. Abstract. 1 sheet ( p.).In and date of publication suggested by STC (2nd ed.). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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: The Example of Vertu: Hawes, Stephen: hor: Stephen Hawes. For they can not deny but y t they haue erred in many thynges and were fer wyde fro y e square / how lothe so euer they be to heare it of laye men / or of suche as beynge good preestes / wolde fayne call theym agayne to his doctryne / who alone is the waye / y e trouth & lyfe.
The coforte of louers - The Comfort of Lovers by Stephen Hawes: Home - Random Browse [Transcriber's Note: This text is intended for users whose text readers cannot use the "real" (unicode/utf-8). In theyr lyfe and wycked tempestes And all my lyfe I haue had Ioye & pleasure in the Good dedes.
I wolde full fayne but I can not stande veryly. Euery man. Why is there ony thynge on you fall. Good dedes. Ye syr I may thanke you of all Yf ye had parfytely chered me.
Seynge theyr falshode / and theyr subtylte For fere of deth /where as I loued best I dyde dysprayse / to knowe theyr cruelte Somwhat to wysdome / accordynge to behest Though that my body had but lytell rest My herte was trewe vnto my ladyes blood For all theyr dedes I thought no thynge but good Some had wende the hous for to swepe Nought was.
euerj man. E Of all my werkes I must shewe Howe I haue lyued / and my dayes spent Also of yll dedes that I haue vsed In my tyme syth lyfe was me lent And of all vertues that I haue refused Therfore I pray you go thether with me To helpe to make myne accoute for saynt charite Cosyn.
My swete loue/vnto whom I wolde Desyrously/ryght oft my mynde haue tolde. And whan I haue ben about to speke Cruell drede/hath stepped me before He and feare/alway my purpose breke yet her swete visage sheweth euermore That of dame Pite/she knoweth well the lore It can nat be/that her great beauty Shulde be voyde/and without mercy.
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Let's enjoy the poem "The CōForte Of Louers" written by poet Stephen Hawes on !All my lyfe I haue loued ryches; If that my Good now helpe my myght, He wolde make my herte full lyght. I wyll speke to hym in this dystresse. Where arte thou, my Gooddes and ryches? Scene 8 Goodes. Who calleth me? Eueryman?
/ What, hast thou haste? I lye here in corners, trussed and pyled so hye.