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The evil May Day! or,The London "prentices of 1517

The evil May Day! or,The London "prentices of 1517

a melo drama in two acts

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Published by J. Duncombe in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesThe evil May Day., The London "prentices of 1517., The London apprentices of 1517.
Statementby W.S. Emden.
SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17464888M
OCLC/WorldCa8746575

Faithorne's Map of London, , St. Martin's Lane is the western boundary of the town. At one time the Lane was the especial resort of artists, and in one of its entries, St. Peter's Court, Sir J. was the first James Thornhill lived house of the Royal Academy. Lane, at No. ; Sir in the Reynolds lived opposite May's Buildings, before he. Arragon, joined in the May-day festivals in the earliest and happiest days of that king's eventful reign. A few years after this May-day pageant, which was honoured by the royal presence, an event took place which, for a time, put an end to this annual amusement. Much bitter feeling had for a long time 78 Flowers and their Teachings.

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It was the theory of the English Masons from the earliest times was enunciated as historically correct in the first edition of the Book of Constitutions, published in has continued ever since to be the opinion of all EngliHh and American Masons and is, at this day, the only theory entertained by any Mason in the two countries who has a. One of Cranmer's collects, that for the first Sunday in Advent, will serve as a specimen (c. A.D. ): 'Almighty God, give us grace that we may cast away the works of darkness, and put upon us the armour of light, now in the time of this mortal life, in which Thy Son Jesus Christ came to visit us in great humility; that in the last day, when.


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Manley states that ‘only six months before his involvement in quelling London’s “Evil May Day Riots” More wrote to Erasmus of his desire to withdraw from active life and especially from the drudgery of administering the law’ (36).

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Full text of "Chicago daily news national almanac for." See other formats. Then came "Evil May Day," long to be a black memory in London. Once again the measure of More was displayed, although in a different way. May Day was a traditional day of play for all Englishmen, and for the multitude of London 'prentices it was the great occasion for undisciplined fun and demonstration.

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