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342 example sentences with  drayton

342 example sentences with drayton

Earthquakes swallow up this mercantile city and its "gripple merchants," as Drayton hath it, "born to be the curse of this brave isle"!

This view of the subject was presented with great skill and force in a pamphlet entitled "A Letter to Colonel William Drayton, of South Carolina," published in 1831.

The sweetest names, and which carry a perfume in the mention, are, Kit Marlowe, Drayton, Drummond of Hawthornden, and Cowley.

Entered according to Act of Congress, In the year 1853, by DANIEL DRAYTON, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts ADVERTISEMENT.

It is proper to state that a large share of the profits of the sale are secured to Captain Drayton, the state of whose health incapacitates him from any laborious employment.

Mother Redcap, by Anthony Munday and Michael Drayton.

The Funeral of Richard Cordelion, by Robert Wilson, Henry Chettle, Anthony Munday, and Michael Drayton.

Chance Medley, by Robert Wilson, Anthony Munday, Michael Drayton, and Thomas Dekker.

Owen Tudor, by Michael Drayton, Richard Hathwaye, Anthony Munday, and Robert Wilson.

Fair Constance of Rome, by Anthony Munday, Richard Hathwaye, Michael Drayton, and Thomas Dekker.

The Rising of Cardinal Wolsey, by Anthony Munday, Michael Drayton, Henry Chettle, and Wentworth Smith.

Two Harpies, by Thomas Dekker, Michael Drayton, Thomas Middleton, John Webster, and Anthony Munday.

The first part of the Life of Sir John Oldcastle, by Anthony Munday, Michael Drayton, Robert Wilson, and Richard Hathwaye.

The Valiant Welchman, by Michael Drayton and Henry Chettle, February 1597-8.

Earl Goodwin and his Three Sons, Part I., by Michael Drayton, Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, and Robert Wilson, March 1598.

I mean John Drayton, Governor of New York.

"I pledge myself to nothing, but I should like to hear John Drayton's opinion.

John Drayton sat down and accepted the cigar which Weiss passed him.

What would be the effect upon this country for the next forty-eight hours or so?" John Drayton removed his cigar from his mouth.

John Drayton followed his example.

John Drayton went out, and once more the three men were alone.

On the other hand, I never contemplated any such developments as you and John Drayton have suggested.

Then he went off into the reading-room in search of John Drayton.

It was John Drayton who showed me what the other side of the thing might be.

"Drayton was right," he remarked softly.

He would have used it for his paper before now, and we should have been on the other side of the ocean, but for the fact that John Drayton advised him not to.

Michael Drayton.

Michael Drayton (1563-1631), a prolific poet, author of the Ballad of Agincourt, one of England's greatest war songs, tells how he was employed by a lover to write a sonnet which won the lady.

Drayton's best sonnet is, Since there's no help, come let us kiss and part.

M. Drayton, Her. epist.

But if we turn to Michael Drayton's "Legend of Great Cromwell," first published, we believe, in 1607, but certainly some years before "Henry VIII." was written, and the subject of which figures in that play, we find these lines, "This Me to urge the Premunire wonne, Ordain'd in matters dangerous and hie;

," though expressed in a different manner, owing chiefly to the fact that Drayton wrote a didactic poem and Shakespeare a drama.

But Drayton is not known to have been an attorney's clerk, nor has he been suspected, from his writings, or any other cause, to have had any knowledge of the law.

Shakespeare and Drayton are here in the same boat, though "not with the same sculls.

And if Shakespeare's lines smell of law, how strong is the odor of parchment and red tape in these, from Drayton's Fourth Eclogue (1605): "Kindnesse againe with kindnesse was repay'd, And with sweet kisses covenants were sealed."

DR. FARMER ON DRAYTON'S WORKS.

The following bibliographical memoranda, in the well-known hand of Dr. Farmer, occur in a copy of the edition of Drayton's Poems published in 1619, in small folio, by John Smethwick, which contains "The Barons' Wars; England's Heroical Epistles; Idea; Odes; The Legends of Robert Duke of Normandie, Matilda, Pierce Gaveston, and Great Cromwell; The Owle; and Pastorals, containing Eglogues, with the Man in the Moone."

They may be of use to some future editor of Drayton, an author now undeservedly neglected, whose Nymphidia alone might tempt the tasteful publisher of the "Aldine Poets" to include a selection, at least, of his poems in that beautiful series: "The works of Michael Drayton, Esq., were reprinted in folio, 1748.

They may be of use to some future editor of Drayton, an author now undeservedly neglected, whose Nymphidia alone might tempt the tasteful publisher of the "Aldine Poets" to include a selection, at least, of his poems in that beautiful series: "The works of Michael Drayton, Esq., were reprinted in folio, 1748.

"A Poem Triumphant, composed for the Society of the Goldsmiths of London, by M. Drayton.

"The print of Drayton at the back of the title-page, is marked in Thane's Catalogue, 1774, 7s.

"A sonnet of Drayton's prefixed to the 2nd Part of Munday's Primaleon of Greece, B.L. 4to.

Yet I as fair and chaste as e'er was she;" who remarks upon it as follows: "A difficulty here may arise out of the fifth line, as if Drayton was referring to a play upon the story of Lucrece, and it is very possible that one was then in existence.

On the part and Behalf of the State of N'o Carolina JOHN PENN July 21st 1778, CORN'S HARNETT, JN'O. WILLIAMS On the part & behalf of the State of South-Carolina HENRY LAURENS., WILLIAM HENRY DRAYTON, JN'O. MATHEWS, RICH'D. HUTSON., THO'S. HEYWARD Jun'r On the part & behalf of the State of Georgia JN'O. WALTON 24th July 1778, ELW'D. TELFAIR.,

By the by, though, I had forgot:I may as well write to Messrs. Drax and Drayton about that money, and order them to pay it immediately to Coutts's,mighty honest people and all that: but faith, no solicitors should be trusted or tempted too far.

I wrote my commands Messrs. Drax and Drayton, to pay my eighty thousand pounds into Coutts's; and after desiring that my note might be forwarded to them, the first thing in the morning, I took my candle, and accompanied by Neptune, who always keeps watch by night at my chamber door, proceeded to bed, as the watchman was calling "past twelve o'clock," beneath my window.

M. Drayton, Polyolbion, ii.

Drayton, Polyolbion, xviii. (1613).

Drayton, Polyolbion, xxiv. (1622).

M. Drayton, Polyolbion, ii. (1612).

M. Drayton, Polyolbion, iv. (1612).

BRIGANยดTES (3 syl.), called by Drayton Brigยดants, the people of Yorkshire, Lancashire, Westmoreland, Cumberland, and Durham. Where in the Britons' rule of yore the Brigants swayed, The powerful English established ...

Drayton, Polyolbion, xvi. (1613).

His tale is told at length in the Chronicles of Geoffrey of Monmouth, in the first song of Drayton's Polyolbion, and in Spenser's Faรซry Queen, ii.

Drayton, Polyolbion, viii.

Drayton, Polyolbion, ix. (1612).

" Drayton, Polyolbion, xii. (1613).

Drayton, Polyolbion, xxv. (1622).

Drayton says that Caradoc went to Rome with body naked, hair to the waist, girt with a chain of steel, and his "manly breast enchased with sundry shapes of beasts.

Drayton, Polyolbion, viii.

Drayton refers to them in his Polyolbion, xvi.

Drayton, Polyolbion, v. (1612).

That many of the settlers whether from France or the West Indies were of talented and sturdy stock is witnessed by the mention of the family names of Legarรฉ, Laurens, Marion and Ravenel among the Huguenots, Drayton, Elliot, Gibbes and Middleton among the Barbadians, Lowndes and Rawlins from St. Christopher's, and Pinckney from Jamaica.

[Footnote 8: John Drayton, View of South Carolina (Charleston, 1802), p. 132; J.A. Turner, ed., Cotton Planter's Manual, pp. 129, 131.]

R63975, 29Jun50, Mary M. Russell (A) DRAYTON, Grace G. SEE The night before Christmas.

Drawings by Grace G. Drayton.

SEE Henderson, Walter Brooks Drayton.

SEE Beaty, John Y. HENDERSON, WALTER BROOKS DRAYTON.

SEE HENDERSON, WALTER BROOKS DRAYTON.

The loyalty of Peter Drayton, and Mrs. Peter Skeffington's revenge.

R106030, R106031, 21Jan53, Violet Evelyn McNeile (W) The loyalty of Peter Drayton; illustrated by Oakdale.

The loyalty of Peter Drayton.

By Drayton Mayrant, pseud. of Katherine Drayton Mayrant.

By Drayton Mayrant, pseud. of Katherine Drayton Mayrant.

Drayton Mayrant, pseud. of Katherine Drayton Mayrant (A); 21Jan76; R624717.

Drayton Mayrant, pseud. of Katherine Drayton Mayrant (A); 21Jan76; R624717.

England's Historical Epistles (Drayton's revived).

" * * * * * GEORGE FOX Journal George Fox, the founder of the Society of Friends, or "Friends of the Truth," was born at Drayton, Leicestershire, in July, 1624, and died in London on January 13, 1691.

I.His Youth and Divine Calling I was born in the month called July, 1624, at Drayton-in-the-Clay, in Leicestershire.

Then the priest of Drayton, the town of my birth, whose name was Nathaniel Stephens, came often to me, and I went often to him.

The imaginative description of the echo of the lady's laugh suggests a parallel passage from Michael Drayton's 'Polyolbion', which Wordsworth must doubtless have read.

(See his sister's reference to Drayton in her 'Recollections of a Tour made in Scotland', in 1803: in the note to the poem, 'At the grave of Burns', p. 382 of this volume.)

. stanzas 2 and 3although there was more of the true imaginative light in Davies than in Drayton.

[Footnote A: Compare Michael Drayton's 'Barons' Wars', book i.: 'Then those of Kent, unconquered of the rest, That to this day maintain their ancient right.'

the titles of Drayton's Idea and Basse's MS. eclogues, infra.

In that case there was, somewhere, a poet capable of anticipating the particular cadences of Sirena and Agincourt, and that poet is more likely to have been Drayton than another.

Several songs of his are extant, and an epistle of Drayton's is dedicated to him.

Drayton VERVAIN (verbena) was called by the Greeks the sacred herb.

The mediaeval poets long used it as a mental quarry, and it has been further utilized by some more recent poets, among whom we must count Drayton, who makes frequent mention of these ancient names in his poem "Polyolbion," and Spenser, who immortalizes many of the old legends in his "Faerie Queene."

Drayton, 208, 210, 217, 218.

By Drayton, 310.

Most citizens work in Drayton Valley, Alberta.

After his strong-willed daughter Myroslava (Poppy Drayton) and Maksim survive a dangerous encounter together, Tugar Volk pledges to defend the villagers against the Mongols.

Conestogo River (Drayton): Flows in the upper Conestogo River are expected to peak at Warning Zone 1 in Drayton early Friday morning.

Conestogo River (Drayton): Flows in the upper Conestogo River are expected to peak at Warning Zone 1 in Drayton early Friday morning.

The TCDMHA "Horton's Concrete Finishing" Novice Rep Rebels defeated the Drayton Defenders 6 to 3 Tuesday night in Drayton.

The TCDMHA "Horton's Concrete Finishing" Novice Rep Rebels defeated the Drayton Defenders 6 to 3 Tuesday night in Drayton.

Township of Mapleton/Drayton: The flood coordinator for Mapleton Township should monitor conditions along the Conestogo River and warn residents in the Level 1 flood zone.

Walkerton is home to Drayton to open up their playoff series with the Icemen.

Willard Metzger (Tinman) is pastor at Community Mennonite Fellowship in Drayton, ON.