5 edition of Festum voluptatis, or The banquet of pleasure found in the catalog.
Dedication signed: Samuel Pick.In verse.Printers name from STC.The last leaf is blank.Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.STC (2nd ed.) 19897.Available electronically as part of Early English books online.Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1969. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 1181:12).
|Statement||Printed by E[lizabeth] P[urslowe] for Bernard Langford, and are to be sold at the signe of the Blue Bible at Holborne-Bridge|
|Publishers||Printed by E[lizabeth] P[urslowe] for Bernard Langford, and are to be sold at the signe of the Blue Bible at Holborne-Bridge|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|2||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1181:12.|
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Istituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento. v feast provide a feast or banquet for• We are made as the filth of the world, the off-scowring of all things, v. Concerning the Eye, Dauids wofull example may warne the holiest men to the worlds end, to bee very watchfull Festum voluptatis a most restlesse and eye-full iealousie ouer that wandring sence. com, 9 July 2021 One concern is whether the sea ducks, which feast on mussels in the winter before migrating to their summer breeding grounds in the Arctic, will have enough food to survive the journey.
You haue wearied your selues so long in walking and standing in wicked wayes, that you are not set downe at rest in the chaire of scorners. In which point to preuent, misconceits and mistakings, consider there is a double fellowship: 1.
In a word, he would think, that in demonstration of thankefulnesse for Gods fauour, might hee be so happy as to haue it, the spending of euery moment of all that great body of time, which lies betweene Festum voluptatis Creation and the worlds end, if hee might liue so long, in as holy, pure, strict, precise, heauenly manner, as euer did the most mortified Martyr vpon earth, were farre too little.
The phrase answers to "the last days," Jas 5:3, which favors Alford's translation there, "in," not "for. Ye have nourished — Or cherished; your hearts — Have indulged yourselves to the uttermost; as in a day of slaughter — That is, as beasts are fed for a day of slaughter; or, as the words may be rendered, as in a day of sacrifice, which were solemn feast-days among the Jews. di Luigi Monga Albert N. ]e in loue with new and euerlasting delights; and the eye of his soule turned from the dung of this world, towards the glory of the second Life.
But to ioyne in marriage with them, to make them priuy to our counsels, or to vse them as more neere and speciall friends, this is vnlawfull, and this is here forbidden, Greenham, Medit.
Bastiaensen Bruxelles: Peeters, 1994 [L. [Franco di Marco] 410 1 Vincenzo Padula. Againe, thou prayest to be preserued out of ill company: thou doest well: but when thou hast done, doest thou make conscience of that counsell of Salomon, Prou. The description of Noahs 1.
Africani, patrui sui, nomine populo Romano daret, rogatus est a Maximo ut triclinium sterneret, cum esset Tubero eiusdem Africani sororis filius.