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" A Theatre, wherein be represented as wel the miseries and calamities that follow the voluptuous worldlings as also the greate j ayes and pleasures which the faithfull do enjoy. An argument both •profitable and delectable to all that sincerely love the... "
Bibliotheca Grenvilliana - Page 756
by British Museum. Department of Printed Books. Grenville Library - 1842
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The Works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 7

Edmund Spenser - 1805
...miferies and calamities that follow the voluptuous Worldlings. As alfo the great ioyes and plefures which the faithfull do enjoy. An Argument both profitable and delectable to all that fincerely love the word of God. Deuifed by S. lohn vauder Noodt. Imprinted at London by Henry Bynneman,...
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Publications, Volume 38

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1848
...entry, but there is, we think, no doubt of its identity: " A Theatre wherein be represented as well the Miseries and Calamities that follow the voluptuous Worldlings, as also the great Joyes and Pleasures which the Faithfull do enjoy." It was written by John Vander Noodt, and printed...
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Extracts from the Registers of the Stationers' Company: Of Works ..., Volume 1

John Payne Collier, Stationers' Company (London, England) - 1848
...entry, but there is, we think, no doubt of its identity: " A Theatre wherein be represented as well the Miseries and Calamities that follow the voluptuous Worldlings, as also the great Joyes and Pleasures which the Faithfull do enjoy." It was written by John Vander Noodt, and printed...
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Publications, Volume 12

1853
...entry, but there is, we think, no doubt of its identity: " A Theatre wherein be represented as well the Miseries and Calamities that follow the voluptuous Worldlings, as also the great Joyes and Pleasures which the Faithfull do enjoy." It was written by John Vander Noodt, and printed...
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Extracts from the Registers of the Stationers' Company: From 1557 ..., Volume 12

Stationers' Company (London, England) - 1853
...entry, but there is, we think, no doubt of its identity : " A Theatre wherein be represented as well the Miseries and Calamities that follow the voluptuous Worldlings, as also the great Joyes and Pleasures whieh the Faithfull do enjoy." It was written by John Vander Noodt, and printed...
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The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 1

Edmund Spenser - 1855
...appearance before the world as a writer of verse. Towards the end of 1569 was published a work entitled, "A Theatre wherein be represented as wel the miseries...that follow the voluptuous Worldlings, as also the great joyes and plesures which the faithfull do enjoy Devised by S. John van der Noodt." This book...
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The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature: Containing an ..., Part 1

William Thomas Lowndes - 1865 - 3363 pages
...Priests made English. Lond. 1688, 12mo. VANDEE NOODT, John. ATheatre wherein be represented as well the Miseries and Calamities that follow the voluptuous Worldlings, as also the great loy es and Pleasures which the Kaithfull do enjoy. Lond. by Henry Bynneman, 1569, sm. Svo. BLACK...
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Complete Works of Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser, John Wesley Hales - 1869 - 736 pages
...became an undergraduate there appeared » work entitled, 'A Theatre wherein be represented as well the Miseries and Calamities that follow the Voluptuous Worldlings as also the greate Joyes and Kesures which the Faithful do enjoy. An Argument both Profitable and Delectable •o all that sincerely...
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First Proofs of the Universal Catalogue of Books on Art: Compiled ..., Volume 2

National Art Library (Great Britain) - 1870
...(avec des figures par Marc Garrard). 8vo. Londres, Jean Day, 1568. lim 11. English translation : — A Theatre, wherein be represented as wel the miseries...that follow the voluptuous worldlings, as also the great joy es and pleasures which the faithfull do enjoy ; with wooden cuts. 8vo. H. Bynneman, London,...
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The Canterbury tales and Faerie queene, with other poems of Chaucer and ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1870
...which Spenser entered at Pembroke Hall — a volume entitled " A Theatre wherein be represented as well the Miseries and Calamities that follow the Voluptuous Worldlings, as also the great Joys and Pleasures which the Faithful do enjoy." Prefixed to this volume were twenty-one " Epigrams...
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