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Herbert"s remains; or, Sundry pieces of that sweet singer of the temple, Mr. George Herbert.

George Herbert

Herbert"s remains; or, Sundry pieces of that sweet singer of the temple, Mr. George Herbert.

by George Herbert

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Published by Scolar Press in Menston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Facsimile reprint of ed. published for T. Garthwait, London, 1652. This edition includes A prefactory view of the life of Mr George Herbert which, in later editions, was claimed tobe his by Barnabas Oley.

ContributionsOley, Barnabas, 1602-1686.
The Physical Object
Pagination(68), 194 p.
Number of Pages194
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19764095M

Nestled in the age of Shakespeare and Milton is the literary stalwart George Herbert, poet and Church of England clergyman. Herbert's poetry would influence fellow poets such as Henry Vaughan, Richard Crashaw, Thomas Traherne, and then in later centuries . Herberts Remains, or, Sundry Pieces of that Sweet Singer of the Temple, Mr. G.H., sometime Orator of the University of Cambridge, Now exposed to Public Light, ed. Barnabas Oley (London, ), sig. C6r. Google ScholarCited by: 1.

  Read "George Herbert's Sweet Devotion, Studies in Philology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. Or, Sundry Pieces of that sweet Singer of the Temple, Mr George Herbert(London,).Oley's. Poems from THE TEMPLE () by George Herbert with indexes by title, subject and image. The Temple () Complete Poem Bitter-sweet British Church, The Bunch of Grapes, The Businesse. Call, The Charms and Knots Christmas Specific References by Book.

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Herbert"s remains; or, Sundry pieces of that sweet singer of the temple, Mr. George Herbert by George Herbert Download PDF EPUB FB2

HERBERT’S REMAINS. OR, SUNDRY PIECES OF THAT SWEET George Herbert () London: Printed for Timothy Garthwait, First edition. George Herbert was a clergyman with the Church of England. He is known to this day as a poet of metaphysics, his poems notable for their controlled and inventive use of form.

HERBERT’S REMAINS. OR, SUNDRY PIECES OF THAT SWEET George Herbert () London: Printed for Timothy Garthwait, First edition PR A1 George Herbert was a clergyman with the Church of England. He is known to this day as a poet of metaphysics, his poems notable for their controlled and inventive use of form.

Herbert's remains: Or, Sundry pieces of that sweet singer of the temple, Mr. George Herbert, sometime orator of the University of Cambridge. Herbert's remains, or, sundry pieces of that sweet singer of the temple, Mr George Herbert, sometime orator of Herberts remains; or University of Cambridg.: Now exposed to publick light.

Title within architectural border Herbert's prose works; another volume uniform with this contains his Temple and other poems. Pref Commendatory verses by Dr. Woodford and Dean DuportLife of Herbert, by Izaak WaltonLife of Herbert, by Barnabas OleyPriest to the templePreface by Herbert to Valdesso's Divine considerations, in a letter to Nicholas FerrarCornaro on.

Herbert's Remains, Or, Sundry Pieces Of that sweet Singer of the Temple (London: Printed for Timothy Garthwait, )--comprises A Priest to the Temple: Or, The Country Parson His Character, and Rule of Holy Life and Jacula Prudentum Or Outlandish Proverbs, Sentences, & c., as well as a letter, several prayers, and three Latin poems.

The book went through eight editions by Barnabas Oley edited in Herbert's Remains, or sundry pieces of that Sweet Singer, Mr. George Herbert, containing A Priest to the Temple, or the countrey parson, Jacula Prudentum, &c.

Prefixed was an unsigned preface by Oley. sundry Sentence Examples. In appeared Herbert's Remains; or, Sundry Pieces of that Sweet Singer of the Temple, Mr George Herbert. Those who signed this appeal were called Protestants, a name which came to be generally applied to those who rejected the supremacy of the pope.

Walton, Izaak, The remains of that sweet singer of The temple, George Herbert. (London: Pickering, ), also by George Herbert, Charles Whittingham, Luigi Cornaro, and Barnabas Oley, contrib. by William Pickering (page images at HathiTrust) Walton, Izaak, The remains of that sweet singer of The temple, George Herbert.

In appeared Herbert's Remains; or, Sundry Pieces of that Sweet Singer of the Temple, Mr George Herbert. This included A Priest to the Temple; or, The Country Parson, his Character, and Rule of Holy Life, in prose; Jacula prudentum, a collectioia,of proverbs with a separate title-page datedwhich had appeared in a shorter form as.

George Herbert's Sweet Devotion by Christopher A. Hill In his introduction to Herbert's Remains (), Barnabas Oley refers to the late poet as the "sweet singer of the Temple."1 It is an assess ment redolent of the paradoxical mixture of grandeur and humility in Herbert's life and reputation.

He is in some ways the unlikeliest of. Herbert's remains; or, Sundry pieces of that sweet singer of the temple, Mr.

George Herbert by Herbert, George 2 editions - first published in Not in Library. Herbert’s Remains, or Sundry Pieces of That Sweet Singer, Mr. George Herbert, Containing A Priest to the Temple, or the Countrey Parson, Jacula Prudentum, &c. () Herbert, George.

The Works of George Herbert, ed. Hutchinson, F. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, )Cited by: 1. Inall of Herbert's poems were published in The Temple: Sacred poems and private ejaculations, edited by Nicholas Ferrar. The book went through eight editions by Barnabas Oley edited in Herbert's Remains, or sundry pieces of that Sweet Singer, Mr.

George Herbert, containing A Priest to the Temple, or the countreyFile Size: KB. InBarnabas Oley also edited Herbert’s Remains or sundry pieces of that Sweet Singer, Mr.

George Herbert, including A Priest to the Temple, or the countrey parson, Jacula Prudentum, &c. Insecond edition came up as A Priest to the Temple or the Country Parson. Herbert's Remains, or, Sundry pieces of that sweet singer of the Temple, Mr. George Herbert: sometime Orator of the University of Cambridge Herbert, George, [ Book: ] At University of Sydney.

InOley edited Herbert’s Remains, or sundry pieces of that Sweet Singer, Mr. George Herbert, containing A Priest to the Temple, or the countrey parson, and Jacula Prudentum. Oley also wrote an unsigned preface, but when the second edition appeared in as A Priest to the Temple or the Country Parson, Oley signed the new preface.

George Herbert's () three-part work The Temple () denotes the nature of his relationship with God. He conveys this unique relationship through the symbol of the Eucharist, which is both the celebration and memorialization of Christ's Passion: His redeeming sacrifice of Himself.

Barnabas Oley edited in Herbert's Remains, or sundry pieces of that Sweet Singer, Mr. George Herbert, containing A Priest to the Temple, or the countrey parson, Jacula Prudentum, &c.

Prefixed was an unsigned preface by Oley. George Herbert, The Temple, 3. Genre: sacred lyric collection imitating the architectural structure of a church while tracing the story of the persona's struggle with faith.

All in all, there are probably more ways to read Herbert than are possible for any other poet in English literature. In appeared Herbert’s Remains; or, Sundry Pieces of that Sweet Singer of the Temple, Mr George Herbert. This included A Priest to the Temple; or, The Country Parson, his Character, and Rule of Holy Life, in prose; Jacula prudentum, a collection of proverbs with a separate title-page datedwhich had appeared in a shorter form as.It was first published in as part of Herbert's Remains, or Sundry Pieces of That Sweet Singer, Mr.

George Herbert, edited by Barnabas Oley. The first edition was prefixed with unsigned preface by Oley, which was used as one of the sources for Izaak Walton's biography of Herbert, first published in .Herbert's Remains; Or, Sundry pieces of that sweet singer of the Temple (edited by Barnabas Oley).

London: Timothy Garthwait, London: William Pickering, ; Menston, UK: Scolar Press, Collected editions Edit. The Works of George Herbert in Prose and Verse (edited by William Pickering). (2 volumes), London: W. Pickering, Occupation: Poet, priest.