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A Treatise Of Daunses

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Review by C. F. Hill, January 2005


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Excerpts from the Book 'A Treatise Of Daunses':

... poyntes haue verye much nede to be opened and made plaine, rather then to trouble a mans selfe to write agaynst playes and daunses. Furthermore men ...
... men, and of excellent learning and knowledge, haue so blessedly and diligently imployed them= selues to teach us the order and maner to liue well, ...
... then that many be foulie &grosely deceaued in this behalfe, and that possible for want of beyng sufficiently instructed and informed or taught touching ...
... not in the Scripture these words. Thou shalt not play, but wee find indeede these wordes. Thou shale not steale: Now that to gayne or get an other ...
... christians. [Sidenote: Jud. 23.] And S. Jude exhorteth us, to haue, yea and that in hatred the garment which is defiled by the flesh, meaning under ...
... grace of God ought to bring forth in us, doth hee not sufficiently forbid all dissolutenes, lightnes, outrages, and disorders, as wel in our manners ...
... is so, the effect &sute declareth it, because that the daughter and sister of the County or Earle of A. was so enamoured or rauished with the loue ...
... and to holde them altogeather wicked, and unlawful: in so much that I send all them againe back to their owne consciences, which say, that in daunsing ...
... for feare lest they should be constrained there to behold and see, an unhonest, and unseemly thinge, for their fere or kynd. Afterwarde when ...
... forbidden to permit or suffer any publicke daunses, uppon the sondayes, and other solonme holy dayes. But in the first place it were to be ...
... daunses were among Pagans and infidels, which trulye could not iudge otherwise therof, I speake of them which had the best and more sound iudgement, ...
... if men would refer it, or bringe it to bodily exercise, this would be very folishly done. For the body of her owne health, requireth not to be so shaken, ...
... not men daily see many such thinges, which daunses bring with them: The example by mee heretofore brought forth and alleged, ought to serue for an ...
... play to them: inferringe that the holy scripture before alleged maketh for them, and that by it daunses are approued, they are indeede fouly deceaued ...
... God, of his worde, of of honestye in such folishnes: I holde my tounge, that is, I speake nothing of their wordes, amorous deuises, or deuises of loue, ...
... sauing notwithstanding, that they content not them selues to haue a shameles and villanous harte, but they will also discouer and lay open their own ...
... These three poyntes being dispatched we fynd and see cleerely, what affinity &agreement there is, betweene these twoo maners of daunses. [Sidenote: ...
... theruppon. It is an evident argument, that God approued or allowed the doing and saying of the Prophet. [Sidenote: Note you that delight in ...
... themselues, and al their fautors or fauourers. All which thinges beyng considered, I hope that diuers knowing what euil, and mischief there ...
... pamphlet by Benjamin Franklin, published in London in 1725. It argues that an omnipotent, benevolent God is incompatible with notions of human free will ...