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treasurie or store-house of similes

Robert Cawdrey

treasurie or store-house of similes

both pleasaunt, delightfull, and profitable, for all estates of men in generall. Newly collected into Heades and Commonplaces.

by Robert Cawdrey

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Published by printed by Thomas Creede in London .
Written in English


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Microcopy of original in the British Museum.

The Physical Object
Pagination1 reel.
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Open LibraryOL14822806M

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Robert Cawdrey's Table Alphabeticall, first printed in , is generally regarded to be the first fully developed representative of the monolingual dictionary in each of the headwords contained in its first edition, Cawdrey provided a concise definition -- the standard entry rarely exceeded more than a few words, usually synonyms -- and he marked those words thought to be of. these men and uses them as his ministers, just as he does soothsayers and godly seers” 1 and Cicero confirmed in a famous phrase that “a poet creates in the manner of an al ternative God.” 2 Such was the regard that Plato had for the power of the divine frenzy of poetry that to prevent their zeal from infecting civil stability, he banished poets from his ideal state.

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Cawdrey also published A Treasurie or Store-House of Similes inand again in A Table Alphabeticall The full name of his famous dictionary is A table alphabeticall conteyning and teaching the true writing, and understanding of hard vsuall English wordes, borrowed from the Hebrew, Greeke, Latine, or French, &c.

(2) A treasurie or store-house of similies: both pleasant, delightful, and profitable, for all estates of men in generall. Newly collected into heades and common-places: by Robert Cawdray, London, 12 (3) A century of Similes, Thomas Shelton, London, 13 (4) Things new and old; or a store-house of Similes, John Spencer, Cawdrey also published A Treasurie or Store-House of Similes inand again in A Table Alphabeticall [ edit ] The full name of his famous dictionary is A table alphabeticall conteyning and teaching the true writing, and understanding of hard vsuall English wordes, borrowed from the Hebrew, Greeke, Latine, or French, &c.

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A treasurie or store-house of similies: both pleasaunt, delightfull, and profitable, for all estates of men in generall. Newly collected into heades and common places: by Robert Cawdray.

by: Cawdry, Robert. Published: (). Robert Cawdray, the author of A Treasurie or Store-house of Similes, was a Nonconformist divine of learning and piety.

Having entered into the sacred function abouthe was presented by Secretary Cecil to the rectory of South Luffenham in Rutlandshire. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

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The title-page is gone; but in an old hand on the cover it is stated to have been written by a certain "Cawdrey," and to have been printed inwhere I. This was no doubt the "long trouble" to which Cawdrey refers in the dedicatory epistle to A Treasurie or Store-House of Similies (first printed ), and per- haps the reason he only mentions being a schoolmaster and not also a minister in Rutland.'Wter his career as a beneficed min- ister was over, with a wife and eight children to support.

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