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Published by Printed by F. Hodson .
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The English drama purified: being a specimen of select plays, in which all the passages that have appeared to the editor to be objectionable in point of morality, are omitted or altered. With prefaces and notes. Plumtre, James, and Lillo, Georges, ‘ The London Merchant ’, in The English Drama Purified: Being a Specimen of Select Plays, in Which All Passages that Have Appeared to the Editor to Be Objectionable in Point of Morality, Are Omitted or Altered, with Prefaces and Notes, ed. Plumtre, (Cambridge: F. Hodson, ).Cited by: 2. The English Stage: Being an Account of the Victorian Drama, by Augustin Filon, trans. by Frederic Whyte (Gutenberg ebook) Filed under: English drama -- 19th century -- History and criticism. from old catalog. The British and American drama of to-day: (New York, H. Holt and company, ), by Barrett H. Clark (page images at HathiTrust). Prompted, no doubt, by his religious principles (he was ordained in ), he pre-empted Bowdler by six years with his The English Drama Purified: Being a Specimen of Select Plays, in which All the Passages that Have Appeared to the Editor to be Objectionable in Point of Morality, Are Omitted or Altered.

In spite of the fact that an almost superabundant literature of exposition has gathered round early English drama, there is, I believe, still room for this book. Much criticism is available. But the student commonly searches through it in vain for details of the plots and characters, and specimens of the verse, of interludes and plays which. The English drama purified: being a specimen of select plays, in which all the passages that have appeared to the editor to be objectionable in point of morality, are omitted or altered. With prefaces and notes. (Cambridge [Eng.]: Printed by F. Hodson, ), ed. by James Plumptre (page images at HathiTrust). The following passage refers to questions 15 through Mount Vesuvius, a volcano located between the ancient Italian cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, has received much attention because of its frequent and destructive eruptions. The most famous of these eruptions occurred in A.D. The volcano had been inactive for centuries. There was. T. & T. CLARK, EDINBURGH. Of the following Work, Books IV. XVII. and XVIII. have been translated by the Rev. George Wilson, Glenluce; Books V. VI. VII. and VIII. by the Rev. J. J. Smith. Augustine censures the pagans, who attributed the calamities of the world, and especially the sack of Rome by the Goths, to the Christian religion and its.

The works of William Shakespeare; the plays ed. from the folio of MDCXXIII, with various readings from all the editions and all the commentators, notes, introductory remarks, a historical sketch of the text, an account of the rise and progress of the English drama, a memoir of the poet, and an essay upon the genius; by Richard Grant White. Page 47 BOOK I, 47 All her original brightness, nor appear'd Less than archangel ruin'd-, and the excess Of glory obscured; as when the sun, new risen, Looks through the horizontal misty air Shorn of his beams; or from behind the moon, In dim eclipse, disastrous twilight sheds On half the nations, and with fear of change Perplexes monarchs. The Seven Plays in English Verse; L. Campbell, The Agamemnon was translated by Dean Milman, ; and “transcribed” by Robert Browning, A. W. Verrall’s edition of the text, with commentary and translation, appeared in The Grammar of English Grammars — Part II Goold Brown. ETYMOLOGY treats of the different parts of speech, with their classes and modifications. The Parts of Speech are the several kinds, or principal classes, into which words are divided by grammarians. Classes, under the parts of speech, are the particular sorts into which the several.