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by Thomas Peyton


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Peyton died soon after its completion, at the age of thirty-one; and there is no record of him outside of this work, which was not itself known till eighty years ago. A copy, bound in vellum, ornamented with gold, illustrated with curious cuts and quaintly printed, was found in a chest; and there is . . A copy, bound in vellum, ornamented with gold, illustrated with curious cuts and quaintly printed, was found in a chest; and there is a copy in the British Museum.

Peyton produced in London in 1620 the first part of a poem entitled The Glasse of Time in the First Ag.

Peyton produced in London in 1620 the first part of a poem entitled The Glasse of Time in the First Age. The volume opens with addresses in verse to King James, Prince Charles, Francis Bacon, and the Reader. The poem consists of 168 stanzas, of varying lengths, in heroic verse, relating the biblical story of the Fall of Man. There are classical allusions and digressions into contemporary religious topics, Peyton writing as an opponent of the Puritans

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The glasse of time by Thomas Peyton, 1886, Printed by Bernard Alsop, for Lawrence Chapman. The glasse of time an accurate transcript of the book as put forth by Lawrence Chapman. in the first age. by Thomas Peyton. Published 1886 by Printed by Bernard Alsop, for Lawrence Chapman. J. B. Alden in London, New York. John Milton (1608-1674). Early modern, 1500-1700 an accurate transcript of the book as put forth by Lawrence Chapman. Irregularity in paging : nos. 101-102 omitted in paging.

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The Glasse of Time: In the First Age download epub
Author: Thomas Peyton
ISBN: 1141367505
Category: Arts & Photography
Language: English
Publisher: Nabu Press (January 10, 2010)
Pages: 182 pages