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Remaines, concerning Britaine

William Camden

Remaines, concerning Britaine

but especially England, and the inhabitants thereof : their languages, names, surnames, allusions, anagrammes, armories, monies, empreses, apparell, artillarie, wise speeches, prouerbs, poesies, epitaphes : reviewed, corrected, and encreased.

by William Camden

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Published by By Iohn Legatt for Simon Waterson in Printed at London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aphorisms and apothegms.,
  • Proverbs.,
  • Names, Personal -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsLegatt, John, d. 1620.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[4], 386 (i.e. 378) p.
    Number of Pages386
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14805243M

    Cultural Note: The “ell” referenced above is a now obsolete unit of measurement in England that was usually 45 inches ( meters), or a yard and a quarter, and was mentioned in Camden’s “Remaines Concerning Britaine.” The book may be out of print, but it’s still available either as a digital copy sponsored by the Boston Public Author: Jerry Kalish.   The lining-paper is woodblock-printed in black with a diaper of similar roses on the back of printer’s unused pulls for an edition of Remaines of a greater Worke, concerning Britaine, a celebrated book first published in , under his terminals M.N. (instead of his initials), by William Camden (), herald and antiquary, and several.

      , William Camden; John Philipot, Remaines concerning Britaine, their languages, names, surnames, 5th edition: Two anons and a by and by is an hour and a half. a. , Percy Bysshe Shelley "On the Symposium, or Preface to the Banquet of Plato". Remaines of a Greater Worke, Concerning Britaine, the Inhabitants Thereof, Their Languages, Names, Surnames, Empreses, Wise Speeches, Poesies, and Epitaphes () by William Camden really liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published

    Acerca de Libros: La historia de la etiqueta Remaines of a Greater Work, Concerning Britaine es muy agradable porque fue escrita por la inspiración de los mejores que tiene una idea muy brillante para determinar capítulos en cada línea contenida en el artículo. mientras que ningún ISBN de este libro es ISBN: con las páginas [ ] y hay versiones EPUB y EBBOKE el apoyo a la totalidad. BIGOT (BIGOD)–This name was given to the Norman family by the French, because, “At every other word they would swear, 'By God'–from which they were termed as Bigod” (Remaines Concerning Britaine, by Camden) (book printed in London in ). BIGOD–This was the name of an important English family of Norman origin.


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Previously published under title: Remaines concerning Britain Includes bibliographies and indexes. William Camden (2 May – 9 November ) was an English antiquarian, historian, topographer, and herald, best known as author concerning Britaine book Britannia, the first chorographical survey of the islands of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Annales, the first detailed historical account of the reign of Elizabeth I of England.

4 Remaines Concerning : 9 November (aged 72), Chislehurst, England. Remaines concerning Britaine [William Camden] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: corrfufediy: Buc in pasted ages they which were descended from one stemmeAuthor: William Camden.

Remaines concerning Britain by William Camden; 18 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Anagrams, Antiquities, Aphorisms and apothegms.

Remaines Concerning Britaine By William Camden Printed In London by Thomas Harper For John Waterson. The Volume is in Excellent Condition It has been rebacked, retaining the blind-ruled english caf boards, with the spine divided into five compartments by four raised bands with red morocco labels Remaines the second and last compartments from the top.

Externally the boards are lightly scuffed. an invaluable resource for tudor studies: camden’s remaines, rare first edition, containing one of the earliest references in print to the name “shakespeare” CAMDEN, William.

Remaines of a Greater Worke, Concerning Britaine and the Inhabitants Thereof, their Languages, Names, Surnames, Empreses, Wise Speeches, Poesies and Epitaphes. Remaines of a Greater Worke, Concerning Britaine [Signed M.N.] 2 Pt. [Another] [William Camden] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This book was originally published prior toand represents a reproduction of an important historical work. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. ONE OF THE EARLIEST REFERENCES IN PRINT TO THE NAME “SHAKESPEARE,” CAMDEN’S REMAINS CONCERNING BRITAINE, CAMDEN, William.

Remaines Concerning Britain With many rare Antiquities never before imprinted. London: Printed for. Author by: Wyman H. Herendeen Languange: en Publisher by: Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 93 Total Download: File Size: 52,5 Mb Description: William Camden [] was one of the most notable historians of the Elizabethan period; his works include Britannia the first description of Britain county by county.A herald by profession, he moved in the literary and.

Remaines of a greater worke, concerning Britaine, the inhabitants thereof, their languages, names, surnames, empreses, wise speeches, poësies, and epitaphes. Full Description:" Remaines of a Greater Work, Concerning Britaine adds to the reader's knowledge. Everything you read will fill your head with new information, and you'll never know when it might be useful.

The more knowledge you have, the better equipped to solve the problems you have faced. Physical Description: leaf N2 verso (page 92) || leaf N3 recto (page 93). Remaines of a greater worke, concerning Britaine, the inhabitants thereof, their languages, names, surnames, empreses, wise speeches, poësies, and epitaphes.

At London: Printed by G[eorge] E[ld] for Simon Waterson,   Remaines, concerning Britaine but especially England, and the inhabitants thereof their languages, names, surnames, allusions, anagrammes, armories, monies, empresses, apparell, artillarie, wise speeches, prouerbs, poesies, epitaphes Book from the collections of unknown library Language English.

Addeddate Google-id. The early bird gets the worm. Would you please explore the history of this expression. Quote Investigator: English historian William Camden published “Remaines Concerning Britaine” in the 17th century, and this adage appeared in the fifth edition in Here is.

“Remaines concerning Britaine, their languages, names, surnames: allusions ”, p 4 Copy quote Wisdom is at all times the least burdensome traveling pack.

Description. William Camden (–) was an educator, historian, antiquarian and topographer. His book Remaines of a Greater Worke concerning Britaine () collected excerpts in English from Britannia (), his large Latin work on the ancient and medieval history and topography of England, Scotland and es includes sections collecting names, epitaphs and wise speeches.

Cultural Note: The “ell” referenced above is a now obsolete unit of measurement in England that was usually 45 in ( m), or a yard and a quarter mentioned in Camden’s Remaines concerning Britaine.

The book may be out of print, but it’s still available either as a digital copy sponsored by the Boston Public Library, or a print copy. Remaines Concerning Britaine. By William Camden. - London - Printed by Thomas Harper for John Waterson. " by ", (8), pp.

The popularity of Camden’s book is well reflected in its publishing history. It was first printed in under the title Remaines of a greater worke, concerning Britaine. Subsequent editions were published as Remaines concerning Britaine, in andthe year of Camden’s death.

But this powerhouse print run did not stop after Camden.Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, the providence moves too.

A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one's favour all manner of unforeseen incidents, meetings and.hardback, worn boards and very worn spine, but all holding fine.

some pages are worn or small margin holes or close cropped losing some of bottom line. first half of book is affected towards bottom of pages by small worm trails touching margins and sometimes text letters as well.

date is obscured by wear, but either s/30s. Book states fift impression. so early date. A few pencil mark.