The Plymouth settlers, led by the famous Captain Miles Standish, slew some of them, in 1623
, without any very evident necessity for so doing.
This process, like other pseudo-classical tendencies, was furthered by Ben Jonson, who used the couplet in more than half of his non-dramatic verse; but it was especially carried on by the wealthy politician and minor poet Edmund Waller (above, page 164), who for sixty years, from 1623
on, wrote most of his verse (no very great quantity) in the couplet.
1983) (holding that elements of willfulness and knowledge are quite different and explaining that [sections] 1623
"requires only that the false statement be made voluntarily and knowingly as opposed to mistakenly or inadvertently").
Note that only knowledge, not willfulness, is required for conviction under [sections] 1623
, so an analogous defense would likely fail in prosecutions for violation of that statute.
Disembodied Voices tells the fascinating story of a Camaldolese convent, Santa Cristina della Fondazza, and of its only published composing nun Lucrezia Orsina Vizzana, whose Componimenti musicali di motetti a una e piu voci appeared in Venice in 1623
The satellite feed can also be found on Waterfront fiber 1623
Key Distinctions between [section] 1621 and [section] 1623
from [section] 1621 in that [section] 1623
requires only knowing, not
The chapters that follow investigate texts that have survived in multiple versions: Doctor Faustus (1604, 1616 quartos); The Merry Wives of Windsor (1602 quarto, 1623
folio); The Taming of a/The Shrew (1594 quarto, 1623
folio); and, most notoriously, Hamlet (1603 quarto; 1604-05 quarto; 1623
holding scope of [section] 1623
does not include interview in
64) For example, in 1623
John Taylor visited the garden at Wilton, which he described as:
The new Granada Hills storefront police station, in a shopping center at 1623
San Fernando Mission Road, will be open weekdays from 10 a.