2 edition of Melancholike humours found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited with an essay on Elizabethan melancholy by G. B. Harrison.|
|Series||An Elizabethan Gallery -- no.2|
Melancholike Humours () - reprinted by Scholartis Press London.  Marie Magdalen's Love: a Solemne Passion of the Soules Love (), the first part of which, a prose treatise, is probably by another hand; the second part, a poem in six-lined stanza, is certainly by Breton. Buy Melancholike Humours  with an essay on Elizabethan melancholy. by Nicholas; ed G B Harrison BRETON (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Nicholas; ed G B Harrison BRETON.
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Nicholas Breton, “A Strange A B C”, in: Melancholike Humours in Verses of Diverse Natures (). The Providence Athenæum has been the recipient of many rare editions and collections since its founding.
The Private Library Collection contains three substantial gifts that represent gentlemen’s libraries from the nineteenth century in Providence, including John Russell Bartlett (), Holder Borden Bowen (), and Joseph J.
Cooke (). The doctors of physic, however, were some way ahead of the literary men. Medical practice was still founded on the theory of the four humours of the body, sanguine, bilious, phlegmatic and melancholy, and it was believed that most bodily illness, not obviously due to an external cause, was the result of excess or deficiency in these four essentials.
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Few of them escaped it. - caistab-gabon.comon, "On Elizabethan Melancholy" in Melancholike Humours (Nicholas Breton). Scholartis Press, London.
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Breton, Nicholas, ?. London: Printed by Barnard Alsop for Richard Higgenbotham, and are to be solde at his shop at the signe of the Cardinals Hatte, neere S. Sepulchres Church, Anthologie de l'humour noir by Breton, A. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at caistab-gabon.com.
An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article. Breton, Nicholas, ??: A Discourse in Commendation of the Valiant as Vertuous Minded Gentleman, Maister Frauncis Drake, With a Reioysing of His Happy Aduentures () (page images at LOC) Breton, Nicholas, ??: Grimello's Fortunes () (HTML at.studies of melancholia, most notably Lawrence Babb's book, The Elizabethan Malady.
Some attention, of course, has been hot humours, blood and choler, preserving them in the blood, and nourishing the bones.^ Melancholike Humours (London, ), p.
,Cited by: 2.Dec 03, · worldling (plural worldlings) A mundane person, preoccupied with worldly affairs rather than spiritual matters.Nicholas Breton, “A Solemn Farewell to the World” in Melancholike Humours, in Verses of Diverse Natures: These wicked wares, that worldlings buy and sell, The moth will eat, or .