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" Montford), towards the making of his monument. It was not for many years known by whom; but, after the death of Dr. Fox, it was known that it was he that sent it; and he lived to see as lively a representation of his dead friend as marble can express:... "
Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with the ... - Page 674
1839
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John Donne: Sometime Dean of St. Paul's A.D. 1621-1631

Augustus Jessopp - 1897 - 239 pages
...a hundred marks sent to his faithful friends and executors (Dr. King and Dr. Montford), towards the making of his monument. It was not for many years...so like Dr. Donne, that — as his friend Sir Henry Wotton hath expressed himself — ' It seems to breathe faintly, and posterity shall look upon it as...
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The Life and Letters of John Donne, Dean of St. Paul's, Volume 2

Edmund Gosse - 1899
...the making of his monument. It was not for many years known by whom; but after the death of Dr. Foxe, it was known that it was he that sent it; and he lived...indeed so like Dr. Donne that (as his friend Sir Henry "Wotton hath expressed himself) ' it seems to breathe faintly, and posterity shall look upon it as...
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The Life and Letters of John Donne: Dean of St. Paul's, Volume 2

Edmund Gosse - 1899
...hundred marks sent to his two faithful friends and executors (Dr. King and Dr. Montford), towards the making of his monument. It was not for many years known by whom ; but after the death of Dr. Foxe, it was known that it was he that sent it ; and he lived to see as lively a representation of...
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The Complete Angler [and] the Lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Herbert and ...

Izaak Walton - Fishing - 1901 - 497 pages
...ought to be perpetuated, an hundred marks sent to his faithful friends1 and executors, towards the making of his monument. It was not for many years...so like Dr. Donne, that — as his friend Sir Henry Wotton hath expressed himself, — ' It seems to breathe faintly, and posterity shall look upon it...
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Gentleman's Magazine Library: English topography, Part 16

England - 1905
...of his work, Walton, speaking of Dr. Fox's friendship for Donne, says (alluding to this figure) : " He lived to see as lively a representation of his...so like Dr. Donne, that (as his friend, Sir Henry Wotton, had expressed himself), ' It seems to breathe faintly, and posterity shall look upon it as...
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The Lives of Doctor John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr ...

Izaak Walton - 1906 - 320 pages
...sent to his faithful friends1 and executors, towards the making of his 1 Dr. Kins and Dr. Moutford. monument. It was not for many years known by whom...so like Dr. Donne, that — as his friend Sir Henry Wotton hath expressed himself—" It seems to breathe faintly, and posterity shall look upon it as...
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Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions: Together with Death's Duel

John Donne - Literary Criticism - 1959 - 188 pages
...an hundred marks sent to his faithful friends and executors (Dr. King and Dr. Montford), towards the making of his monument. It was not for many years...so like Dr. Donne, that — as his friend Sir Henry Wotton hath expressed himself — " It " seems to breathe faintly, and posterity shall look upon "...
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St. Paul's: The Cathedral Church of London, 604-2004

Lecturer in Modern British History Arthur Burns - Religion - 2004 - 538 pages
...doubt copied by Stone's carver, Humphrey Mover, too. Walton called it 'as lively a representation ... as marble can express: a statue indeed so like Dr Donne, that - as his friend Sir Henry Wotton hath expressed himself - "it seems to breathe faintly, and posterity shall look upon it as a...
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Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions and Death's Duel

John Donne - Literary Collections - 2007 - 244 pages
...an hundred marks sent to his faithful friends and executors (Dr. King and Dr. Montford), towards the making of his monument. It was not for many years...so like Dr. Donne, that — as his friend Sir Henry Wotton hath expressed himself—" It " seems to breathe faintly, and posterity shall look upon " it...
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Masculinity and Emotion in Early Modern English Literature

Jennifer C. Vaught - Literary Criticism - 2008 - 244 pages
...(Vi37-8). According to Walton, the statue Nicholas Stone carves is "as lively a representation ... as Marble can express; a Statue indeed so like Dr Donne that ... it seems to breath faintly, and posteritv shall look upon it as a kind of artificial Miracle" (270)....
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