2 edition of William Prynne found in the catalog.
Ethyn (Williams) Kirby
|LC Classifications||DA378.P7 K5 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||73173528|
Prynne, William (–69). Puritan lawyer, antiquarian, and politician. Educated at Oriel College, Oxford, and Lincoln's Inn, Prynne was hauled before the Court of Star Chamber in for publishing the work, a 1,page denunciation of female actors and of theatre in general, was interpreted as an attack on Charles I and Henrietta Maria. A Historical Review and Defense of the King's Right to Tax His Subjects in Order to Support the Queen Prynne, William Aurum Reginae; Or a Compendious Tractate, And Chronological Collection of Records in the Tower, And Court of Exchequer Concerning Queen-Gold: Evidencing the Quiddity, Quantity, Quality, Antiquity, Legality of this Golden Prerogative, Duty and Revenue of the Queen.
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The lawyer William Prynne was shocked t plays had been published in England within just 2 years back in the late 's. In response he spent about 10 years writing his massive book. ‘The authorities construed the book to be both libelous and insulting to Queen Henrietta-Maria’, Cressy, ‘Book burning’, p. ; ‘he had indeed denounced female actors at the same time as Queen Henrietta Maria was participating in a court masque’. William Lamont, ‘Prynne, William (–)’, by: 4.
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William Prynne, (bornSwainswick, Somerset, Eng.—died Oct. 24,London), English Puritan pamphleteer whose persecution by the government of King Charles I (reigned –49) intensified the antagonisms between the king and Parliament in the years preceding the English Civil Wars (–51).
Though trained as a lawyer, Prynne began to publish Puritan tracts in William Prynne ( – 24 October ) was an English lawyer, author, polemicist, and political figure. He was a prominent Puritan opponent of the church policy of the Archbishop of Canterbury, William gh his views on church polity were presbyterian, he became known in the s as an Erastian, William Prynne book for overall state control of religious matters.
William Prynne, Outspoken Puritan lawyer and pamphleteer who was persecuted for his beliefs during the s but gained revenge by leading the prosecution of Archbishop Laud. W illiam Prynne was born at Upper Swainswick near Bath in Somerset, the son of a farmer. He was educated at William Prynne book Grammar School and Oriel College, Oxford.
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Mr William Prynn, His Defense of Stage-Plays, Or, a Retractation of a Former Book of His Called Histrio-Mastix by William Prynne ISBN (). A rare catalogue by the printer Michael Sparke of the works of William Prynne (), the puritan pamphleteer.
"Prynne was one of the most prolific and zealous of the Puritan pamphleteers of the seventeenth century, best known for his willingness to suffer torture and imprisonment for the right to express himself in print. PRYNNE, WILLIAM (–), puritan pamphleteer, born at Swanswick or Swainswick in Somerset inwas the son of Thomas Prynne by his second wife, Marie Sherston.
His family is said to have been originally derived from Shropshire; his great grandfather was sheriff of Bristol in ; his father farmed the lands of Oriel College at Swanswick. A Serious Epistle to Mr. William Prynne: Wherein Is Interwoven an Answer to a Late Book of His, the Title Whereof Is Inserted in the Next Leafe (Classic Reprint) by William Prynne | 28 Nov Paperback.
William Laud was a significant religious and political advisor during the personal rule of King Charles his time as the Archbishop of Canterbury, Laud attempted to impose order and unity on the Church of England through implementing a series of religious reforms that attacked the strict Protestant practices of English d of popery, tyranny and treason, Laud was.
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The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: 2. "Prynne, William," in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John William Cousin, London: J. Dent & Sons () Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.
The way to heaven is too steep, too narrow for men to dance in and keep revel rout. No way is large or smooth enough for capering rousters, for jumping, skipping, dancing dames but that broad, beaten, pleasant road that leads to hell. This book hopes to define what Prynne sought to maintain.
Prynne's confrontation with Archbishop William Laud, Prynne's advocacy of parliamentary sovereignty during the First Civil War, his theological and ontological disagreements with religious Independents, and his belief that the New Model Army's actions disrupted God's plan are major Author: Bard Cosgrove Baukol.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kirby, Ethyn Williams. William Prynne. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) The Book of Sport was issued initially by James I. It identified the need to go to church in the morning and enjoy yourself in the afternoon.
Charles I reissued it in The Norton Anthology of English Literature states that Charles probably republished the text in. London: Printed by E.
and W. for Michael Sparke, First Edition. Second state, with errata on ***4 verso. Quarto pages x mm, collating: xxxiv,ff., ii,xl, complete. Bound in a 19th century full morocco binding, marbled end papers, all edges gilt.
Some wear to the outer joints and at the crown, otherwise binding holding well. On 16 June William Prynne was admitted to Lincoln’s Inn.
The entry reads ‘William Prynne, son and heir of Thomas Prynne, of Swainswick, Somerset, gent, deceased.’ William Prynne became known as a prominent Puritan opponent of Archbishop. Reprint of the ed. of Mr. William Prynn, his defence of stage-plays, printed in London; of the broadside of The vindication of William Prynne; and of the ed.
of Theatrum redivivum, printed by T.R. for F. Eglesfield, London. In his book, “Histriomastix”, he denounced actresses which was widely thought to be an attack on Charles I's Catholic Queen Henrietta Maria. For this book, he was sent to prison inthus began his fight for his cause of religious freedom.
He died unmarried. He was the Burial: Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn, London Borough of. Laud and Prynne. Source: William Hone, The Year Book of Daily Recreation and : Thomas Tegg, January At the age of seventy-one, William Laud, archbishop of Canterbury, was beheaded on Tower-hill, four years before Charles I.
met the same fate at Whitehall. William Prynne, HistriomastixLondon, After reading this most tiresome book nearly half through, I am convinced that the punishment inflicted upon the author for writing it was entirely inadequate. This ponderous work by Puritan author William Prynne is essentially an extended argument against the perceived sins of the theater.Prynne's Remarks on the Purge of the Long Parliament Prynne, William A Full Declaration of the True State of the Secluded Members Case.
In Vindication of Themselves, And Their Privileges, And of the Respective Counties, Cities and Boroughs for Which they were Elected to Serve in Parliament, Against the Vote of Their Discharge, Published in Print Jan. 5,by Their Fellow.
Histrio-Mastix: The players scourge, or, Actors Tragaedie, divided into two parts: wherein it is largely evidenced, by divers Arguments that popular stage-playes are sinfull, heathenish, lewde, ungodly spectacles, and most pernicious corruptions and that the profession of play-poets, of stage players, together with the penning, acting, and frequenting of stage-playes, are.