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  • Walter Raleigh
  • Sir Walter Raleigh
  • The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh - Vol II: The History of the World, Book I 

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    Lieferstatus:   i.d.R. innert 5-10 Tagen versandfertig
    Veröffentlichung:  2007  
    Genre:  Romane, Erzählungen, Gedichte 
    ISBN:  9781408628966 
    Verlag:  Thorndike Press 
    Einband:  Kartoniert  
    Sprache:  English  
    Dimensionen:  H 216 mm / B 140 mm / D 25 mm 
    Gewicht:  547 gr 
    Seiten:  432 
    Zus. Info:  Paperback 
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    THE SIR WALTElt RALEGH, KT. I NO V FIRST COLLECTED- TO VI1ICfI ARE PREFIXEI THE LIVES OF THE AUTHOI1, 13Y OLDYS AND UIHCH. IN EIGHT VOLUAIES. VOL. 11. TI-IE IIISTOl Y 0. k THE IVOILLD. BOOIi I. O S I O I i D, AT THE UXl EltS1Ty PltESS. JIDCOCSXIX. r 1 l H E entire Vorks nttribu ted to sir Waltcr Ralegh being now printed for the first time in an uniforil edition, it may be expected that some statement sllould be given of the plan adopted in collecting materials for the present volumes. The edition of the History of the World, as pub lished by Mr. Williain Oldys in 1736, l avinga lways beell considered to be the most correct in text and typography, it was, at first, intended to follow that edition exclusively but upon a comparison of some doubtful readings with the earlier copies, it ap peared that not only Oldys had made several arbi t rary and unnecessary alterations, but that the p i n ter had executed his task with considerable carelessness and inaccuracy in some chaptei-S hav ing left out entire passages, and in others disfigured them by partial omissions or alterations, which either weakened or destroyed the sense . Ui der these a The subjoined instances, taken at randoin, lirry s iffice to establish the truth of what has been stated above. Their nun ber might be easily aug mented. Vol. I. p. 17. 1. 1 1 . incorporal it cannot be, because i t sometime affectet11 the sight of the eye wit11 offence. Ed. Olclys. - incorporal it cannot be, be cause it is sensible sensible it is, because it someti nea ffecteth the sight of the eye iotfhfe nce. Ed. 1614. ib. p. 26.1. 22. onlpit may he said, that originally there is no other difference between heat and fire. Ed. 0Edys.-only it illay besaid, that origi allyth ere is 110 other differe cbee tween matter nnd farn than between heat and fire. Ell. I 6 14. ib. p. 36. 1. 14. ctnlor Dci est a 2 circu l stance i s t has been deemed advisable to fol low an edition puMislled during the life of the nu thor, namely, that printed in folio by William Stnnsby for TValter Burre, Lond. 161 4 and it is nobis perpetuus. Ed. Old-S.-an1 or Dei est slodus perpet nus. Etl. 1614. ib. 11. 80. 1. 23. It is also vrittent hat Berosus. Ecl. Oldys. - It is also written ill Berosus. Ed. 1614. ib. p. J 6s. l. 4. from bottom. in partial crown. Eel. O1clys.-imperial crown. Ed. I 61 4. ib. p. 291. 1. 9. froin bottom. to make the careless most afraid. Ed. 0lclys.-to make the careless Moors afraid. Ed. I 6 I 4. ib. p. 3 I 3. 1. z 8. whereof Hamatheus was present. Ed. 01-dys.-ivl ereof Wan atlleus was parent. Ed. 16 r 4. ib. 1-3 23. 1. 2 1. whose issues of Cham. Ed. 0lcIys.-whose issues, and the issues of cl ran. E. 1614. ib. 11. 350. l. 8. from bottom then are those of whom virtw is extinguishecl. Ed. 0lclys.-then are those in vl om virtue is es tinplished. Et. I 61 4. ib. 1. 370. 1.6. from bottom. a inan of shape and fierce disposition. Ed. 02clys.-a nan of sharp and fierce disposition. Eel. 16 4. ib. p. 3 73. 1. 2. transport and spread this invention. Ed. 01-clys.-transport and speed this invention. Eel. 16r4. Vol. IT. p. 76. 1. 20. to observe the short pear after the 1noon. Etl. 0ltlys.-to observe t11e short year of the moon. Ed. 1614. ib. 1. 80. l. illt. after vhicll Bloses called on Gocl for succour, received encouragement, and cornn antled to go on. Ed. 0Idys.-after which BIoses calling 011 God for succour, received encouragement, and coninand-111ent to go on. Etl. 1614. ib. p. I I 5. l. ult. of distinction of clean beasts. Ed. 0ldys.-of distinctioil of clean and uirclean beasts. Ed. I 6r4. ib. p. 196. l. 24. but now I aln preparing homeward again ill safety. Ed. 0ldys.-but now I ain repairing honseward again in safety. Ed. I 6 I 4. ib. p. 210. 1. 2. urged by the mliltitucle of the people. Ed. 0Wys.- lrged by the murmur of the people. Ed. 1 61 4. ib. p. 233. 1...


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