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A new yeares gyfte more precious than golde

A new yeares gyfte more precious than golde

worthy to be embrased no lesse ioyfully than tha[n]kfully of euery true christe[n] man, newly published by Theodore Basille.

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Published by In Botulphe lane at the sygne of the whyte Beare, by Iohn̄ Mayler for Iohn̄ Gough in [Imprynted at London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Nativity -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNewe yeres gyfte.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 24:17.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[232] p.
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19414197M

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    And the building of the wal of it was of Iaſper: and the citie was pure golde, like vnto cle re glaſſe. And ye foundaciōs of the wall of ye citie were garniſhed with all maner of precious ſtones: the firſt foundacion was Iaſper: the ſecond of Saphire: the third of . Anonymous. A New ballad, intituled, The battell of Agen-Court, in France, betweene the English-men and Frenchmen. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. A New ballad, with the definition of the word Tory. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. A new copy of verses call'd The heiress's lamentation, or, Pity too late. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. A new enterlude called Thersytes.


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EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). A pleasant song made by. And also the old reading of “myters” more than one or two for the sake of the meter. In the next staffe, (for myters moe then one or two) you teache vs to reade, “myters they weare mo then one or two;” whiche, methinkethe, nedeth not.

For the wearinge of their myters is included in these woordes, 52 And myters more then one or two. Christ did not preache full 4. yeares. to be about thirty yeares of age, came to the baptisme of Iohn, and began to publish the prea­ching of the Gospel.

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yeares olde I laye wyth my mother and sisters, nor a great while after wiste I what women ment: and nowe children are not so soone crepte oute of the shell, but they knowe more naughtynesse, then they that were come to mans state did in those dayes: neither be they aware in so sayinge that they confirme our children to have more wit then their.

And thus trusting that your good lordship, of your accustomed humanitie and jentilnes, wil accept thys my symple letter in good parte, sent unto you for this newe yeares gyfte, although it be rude and destitute of wit, lerning, and eloquence, I most humbly besech the Kyng of kynges, and Lorde of lordes, long to preserve and kepe youre reverende.

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