The scourge of folly consisting of satyricall epigramms, and others in honor of many noble and worthy persons of our land. Together, with a pleasant (thought discordant) descant vpon most English prouerbes: and others. by Davies, John

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Published by Printed by E[dward]: A[llde]: for Richard Redmer sould at his shop at ye west gate of Paules in At London .

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SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 985:14.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[16], 264 p.
Number of Pages264
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Bound in original paper boards. Paper spine labels. Each volume is held in a red cloth bound folding case. Slipcases are bound in 3/4 late 19th century red Moroccan leather. Marbled boards. Gilt spines. 5 raised bands. Slight sunning to head of slipcases. Shelfwear. Cracking to spines of books, with chip loss to head and tail of volumes.

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The Scourge of Multiculturalism. fruit of such unstructured immigration protocols — a scourge prettified under the term and practices is the very height of ignorant folly. As Duchesne Author: David Solway. Davies references William Shakespeare, more or less distinctly, in two other publications: Microcosmos and The Scourge of Folly.

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It would be folly to think, though, that our fortune will hold. Already, Mordirith may be aware of our presence. 'Steel yourself for the battle ahead. I have few words of advice to offer you, other than to warn you that Mordirith is a master of trickery and at: Gath Forthnír.

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Thank God, however, there is something more in the book of Judges than all this, or it would be a heart-breaking picture.Davies of Hereford, John dā´vĭs, ?–, English settled in London about after spending several years as a writing master at Oxford. His main efforts were religious and philosophical treatises written in verse, the best of which were Mirum in Modum () and Micro-cosmos ().

He also wrote The Scourge of Folly (?), a book of epigrams, some complimentary but most.

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