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" He had read Dee's prefaces before, The Devil and Euclid, o'er and o'er. "
A Philosophical and Practical Treatise on Horses and on the Moral Duties of ... - Page 18
by John Lawrence - 1802
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A Philosophical and Practical Treatise on Horses: And on the Moral Duties of ...

John Lawrence - 1796
...divides fpeed from ftoutnefs in horfes, or to regulate the oeconomy of bits, halters, and fuddles ; are all drawn from Euclid, Ariftotle, and the Schools,...prefumptuous fceptic. He had read Dee's prefaces before, j> The Devil and Euclid, o'er and o'er. His book contains many more learned quotations than pages,...
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The Worthies of Cumberland ...: George Graham, Abraham Fletcher, William ...

Henry Lonsdale - 1875
...could enter with fun and good humour, though he never relished the imputations of being like him who " Had read Dee's prefaces before The Devil and Euclid o'er and o'er ;" but he had no patience with a similar folly and imbecility being manifested by not a few of the...
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The Queen's Conjurer: The Science and Magic of Dr. John Dee, Advisor to ...

Benjamin Woolley - 2002 - 376 lehte
...charismatic, and not entirely trustworthy character. iSi PART SEVEN THE PRINCE AND THE JUGGLER 4[He] had read Dee's prefaces before The Devil, and Euclid o'er and o'er, And all th' intrigues 'nvixt him and Kelley, Lascus and th' Emperor, would tell ye. SAMUEL BUTLER,...
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