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it resembled a translation of those records. Nonetheless, Bois’s queries about 1 Esdras also bear witness to some of the general preoccupations that motivated his study of the rest of the apocryphal books. Bois approached them with a set of techniques that helped him determine the original language

In: Labourers in the Vineyard of the Lord

implored him not ‘ to loose his life for learning , he with a sweete smile finely answered out of the Poet Nec propter vitam vivendi perdere causas ’ [‘to lose, for the sake of living, all that makes life worth having’]. 27 Henry Hinde, Rainolds’s friend and executor, described those final days

In: Labourers in the Vineyard of the Lord
Author: Thomas Roebuck

–111)). Philip died in 1598, which is therefore the sermon’s terminus ad quem . A terminus a quo of 1594 can be established from Smith’s reference to Roderigo Lopez, Elizabeth’s Portugese doctor, who, according to Smith, was ‘hyred’ by Philip ‘to take away her life by poysoning, she being warned thereof, did

In: Labourers in the Vineyard of the Lord