Englishe

All Noun
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  • Alas, my child, try while that you are yonge To make your Englishe sweet upon the tonge. Cited from The Belles of Canterbury, by Anna Bird Stewart
  • You see now de lie of de bougre de lacque Englishe, morbleu. Cited from Literary Remains, by Coleridge
  • This line-up had originally been billed as "John David Gladwin's Englishe Musicke".
  • Written in French by Captain Ribault &c and now newly set forthe in Englishe the XXX of May, 1563. Cited from The Voyage of Verrazzano, by Henry C. Murphy
  • As I looked at him with this thought in my mind the red went from his eyes, his muscles relaxed, and he lowered his bayonet and growled something about "Englishe schwein" and went away. Cited from Three Times and Out, by Nellie L. McClung
  • After this, the childe must take a paper booke, and sitting in some place, where no man shall prompe him, by him self, let him translate into Englishe his former lesson. Cited from The Scholemaster, by Roger Ascham
  • English physician Dr. John Caius described the spaniel in his book the Treatise of Englishe Dogs published in 1576.
  • His final work was an edition and translation of the late medieval Libell of englishe policye (Leipzig, 1878).
  • "I suppose it is meant to be 'ye olde Englishe pictury!' I wonder she has not let her hair down like the Juliets at the Oakham balls!" Cited from Margot Asquith, An Autobiography: Volumes I & II
  • Sothe you saye, I haue not sene a mynioner this many dayes, I reken it Englishe cloth. Cited from Properties of Shrowde Shrews and Honest Wives, by Desiderius Erasmus
  • The site selected for this new theatre was the corner of King Street and Hay Street, which in 1896 had been home to "Ye Olde Englishe Faire".
  • Plutarche also reporteth an other to be made by Calimachus, much like to that which Timon made himselfe, whose owne soundeth to this effect in Englishe Verse. Cited from The Palace of Pleasure, Vol. I, by William Painter
  • His earliest work of importance was The Rule of Reason, conteinynge the Arte of Logique set forth in Englishe (1551), which was frequently reprinted.
  • By this present Generall Assembly be it enacted, that no injury or oppression be wrought by the Englishe against the Indians whereby the present peace might be disturbed and antient quarrells might be revived. Cited from Great Epochs in American History, Vol. II, Ed. by Francis W. Halsey
  • In 1536 he was studying medicine at Glasgow and gathering his observations about the Scots and the "devellyshe dysposicion of a Scottysh man, not to love nor favor an Englishe man".
  • Doyle published works of his own, which helped establish his reputation with a large readership: Manners and Customs of Ye Englishe (1849) and Bird's Eye View of Society (1864).
  • Further north of Benbecula he described North Uist as "this countrey is called Kenehnache of Ywst, that is in Englishe, the north head of Ywst".
  • The first known record of the phrase "a penny for your thoughts" is found in a 1547 collection of contemporary English language phrases compiled by John Heywood called A dialogue conteinying the nomber in effect of all the proverbes in the Englishe tongue.
  • According the anthology America's Musical Life by Dr. Richard Crawford, up until the late 16th century, the Puritans picked up the use of The Whole Booke of Psalmes, Collected into Englishe Meter as hymns to compliment the sermons.
  • In 1570 Johannes Caius published a book in Latin which in 1576 was translated into English by Abraham Fleming under the name Of Englishe Dogges, in which he described Bandog as a vast, stubborn, eager dog of heavy body.
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