Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature

Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature

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Towards me did run A thing more strange than on Nilea#39;s slime the sun Ea#39;er bred, or all which into Noaha#39;s ark came; A thing ... but a#39;twas nowa€”so much ground was seenBecome tuff-taffety; and our children shall See it plain rash awhile, then nought at all. ... a#39;At Westminster, a#39; Said I, a#39;the man that keeps the Abbey-tombs, And, for his price, doth, with whoever comes. ... loath to enrich me so) tells many a liea€“ More than ten Holinsheds, or Halls, or Stowsa€” Of trivial household trash he knows.

Title:Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature
Author:Robert Chambers, Robert Carruthers
Publisher: - 1894


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