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Two fifteenth-century kinsmen

R. Cunliffe Shaw

Two fifteenth-century kinsmen

John Shaw of Dukinfield, mercer, and William Shaw of Heath Charnock, surgeon.

by R. Cunliffe Shaw

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Published by s.n. in [U.K .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shaw, John, -- , of Dukinfield.,
  • Shaw, William, -- , of Heath Charnock.

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    Offprint.

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    Open LibraryOL20068928M

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    The Canterbury Tales was written during a turbulent time in English history. It was the custom in his time for men of importance to adopt sign manuals of a peculiar sort, as they adopted mottoes for their escutcheons, which had some apparent or concealed significance. Vernigal, writes: "Coupe sans anse, vernie ou laquee d'or," and quotes, besides Marco Polo, the Regle du Temple, p. The late William Whitmore, Esq. This army took Turrock Castle and demolished it; and Donnchad son of Emann O Cellaig came to them as a hostage, for fear of his own territory being devastated.

    On their wedding night the old woman is upset that he is repulsed by her in bed. Like Richard II before him, Henry VI had powerful relatives eager to grasp after power and to place themselves at the head of factions in the state. Asia, I. Reproduced by permission of The American Genealogist. From thence they marched into the Tuathas, where the O'Hanlys gave them pledges and hostages in behalf of their country ; and from thence they passed into Hy-Many, where they spoiled and completely plundered every one who was the friend of O'Conor Roe, save only those whom the son of O'Rourke protected, for it was not to destroy that O'Rourke had gone thither, but to establish a peace between Mac Dermot and his kindred on the one side, and O'Conor Roe and all his allies on the other. Around he left his family behind and traveled to London to work as an actor and playwright.


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These biblical plays differ widely in content. The play is the allegorical accounting of the life of Everyman, who represents all mankind. Storytelling was the main entertainment in England at the time, and storytelling contests had been around for hundreds of years. The writer of this monograph is actuated by no desire to cast reflections upon the distinguished Boston family of the name but, as he descends from two of the children of Deacon Nathaniel Lawrence of Groton, his investigations were undertaken solely with reference to his own ancestry, and this paper is the result of his belief that the true facts about pedigrees should be made known in the interest of sound genealogical studies.

The tale confronts the double standard and the social belief in the inherent inferiority of women, and attempts to establish a defence of secular women's sovereignty that opposes the conventions available to her. Another popular method of division came from St.

While the Chester pageants are associated with guilds, there is no indication that the N-Town plays are either associated with guilds or performed on pageant wagons. Columbus obviously kept his born-again faith a secret from the Catholics, just as he kept his Jewish ancestry concealed, both of which remain a historical secret even today!

A popular style of theatre during Jacobean times was the revenge playwhich had been popularised earlier in the Elizabethan era by Thomas Kyd —94and then subsequently developed by John Webster — in the 17th century. The army turned back, having accomplished the purpose of their expedition just as they wished, and those hostages were taken to Sligo, to wit the son of O hAinlidhe and the son of O Cellaig, and they carried with them the ornamented door of Turrock [castle] to Sligo.

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For Mac Donough had erected a castle in the territory of the sons of Mulrony Mac Donough, that is at Caiseal Locha-Deargain, and had entirely destroyed their crops and fields, and afterwards banished them to Mac William Burke; wherefore they drew this great army to devastate Lower [i.

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Michie's narrative: "There is a right and a wrong way of approaching yourt also. She reminds him that her looks can be an asset—she will be a virtuous wife to him because no other men would desire her. Writers were encouraged to write in a way that kept in mind the speaker, subject, audience, purpose, manner, and occasion.

The character's use of words such as "dette debt " [18] and "paiement payment " [19] also portray love in economic terms, as did the medieval Church: sex was the debt women owed to the men that they married. All the characters are also allegorical, each personifying an abstract idea such as Fellowship, [material] Goods, and Knowledge.

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