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" King James, 1605, when he came to see our University of Oxford, and amongst other edifices now went to view that famous library, renewed by Sir Thomas Bodley, in imitation of Alexander, at his departure brake out into that noble speech, If... "
The Anatomy of Melancholy: What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes, Symptomes ... - الصفحة 417
بواسطة Robert Burton - 1800
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...Alexander; for we have a bare relation of Alexanders deeds ; but Aristotle tottis vivit in momiinenlis, is whole in his works : yet I stand not upon this ; the delight is it, which I aim at ; so great pkasure, such sweet content there is in study. 'King James, 1605, when he came to see our university...

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...Alexander ; for we have a bare relation of Alexanders deeds ; but Aristotle to/ us vivit in monumentis, is whole in his works : yet I stand not upon this;...to see our university of Oxford, and, amongst other aedifices, now went to view that famous library, renewed by Sr. Thomas Bodley, in imitation of Alexander,...

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...Alexander ; for we have a bare relation of Alexanders deeds ; but Aristotle totus vivii in monumentis, is whole in his works : yet I stand not upon this;...great pleasure, such sweet content there is in study. f King James, 1605, when he came to see our university of Oxford, and, amongst other aedifices, now...

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...the delight is it, which I aim at ; so great pleasure, such sweet content there is in study. fKing James, 1605, when he came to see our university of Oxford, and, amongst other sedifices, now went to view that famous library, renewed by S". Thomas Bodley, in imitation of Alexander,...

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...Alexander ; for we have a bare relation of Alexanders deeds ; but Aristotle totus vivit in monumentis, is whole in his works : yet I stand not upon this...such sweet content there is in study. 'King James, 160,0, when he came to see our university of Oxford, and, amongst other œdifices, now went to view...

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...Alexander; for we have a bare relation of Alexanders deeds ; but Aristotle lotus vivit in monumentis, nate of nothing but harsh and distasteful subjects....discontent, cares, and weariness of life, surprize arid, amongst other aedifices, now went to view that famous library, renewed by Sr. Thomas Bodley,...

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...known than Alexander; we have a bare relation of Alexanders deeds ; but Aristotle tolus vititia mentis, is whole in his works : yet I stand not upon this; the delight is it, • I aim at ; so great pleasure, such sweet content there is in study. ' Kinj 1605, when he came to...

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