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  • Celestina, or the Tragicke-Comedy of Calisto and Melibe, englished from the Spanish of Fernando de Rojas (London, 1894), 596

    Folkways A Study of the Sociological Importance of Usages, Manners, Customs, Mores, and Morals

  • French by Petis de la Croix, with a preface by Cazotte, and was englished by Ambrose Phillips.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Anyway, these seem foreshadowed by some 15c egs i give all are englished, too.

    Poem of Toyotomi Hideyoshi

  • Caluine, (whose workes proclaime his praise,) and no commentarie vpon the same afore this time englished, I haue thought good to set forth the same in our vulgar tongue, vnder your Honour's protection, that a more general profite being thereby reaped of my countrie men, it may bee somewhat the farther from obliuion.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • Which I haue thus englished, but nothing with so good grace, nor so briefly as the Poet wrote.

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • In 1570 was published "The Popish Kingdome, or, Reigne of Antichrist, written in Latin Verse by Thomas Naogeorgus (Kirchmayer) and englished by Barnabe Googe," and in it we have some curious Christmas customs and folk-lore.

    A Righte Merrie Christmasse The Story of Christ-Tide

  • Though a translation it was more than a transcript; it was englished in the true sense of that word, in sentiment as well as in phrase.

    John Lyly

  • But of course the _Libro Aureo_ had been englished long before this, while the _Lazarillo de Tórmes_,

    John Lyly

  • This time we are no longer brought into touch with the classics or with the scholastic influences, for the play in question is a translation from the Italian, being in fact Ariosto's _Suppositi_, englished by George Gascoigne [109].

    John Lyly

  • To her second volume she appended the "History of Charoba, Queen of Egypt," englished from the

    A History of English Romanticism in the Eighteenth Century

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