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1) 11542. Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Columbia World of Quotations. 1996
...NUMBER:11542 QUOTATION:Macrobius, that writ the avisionIn Afrique of the worthy Scipio,Affirmeth dreams, and sayeth that they beenWarning of thinges that men after...

2) Of the Air and Soil and Commodities of This Island. Chapter X. [1577, Book I., Chapter 13; 1587, Book I., Chapter 18.]. 1909-14. A Description of Elizabethan England. The Harvard Classics
...the main, wheresoever it lie under the open firmament. And this Plutarch knew full well, who affirmeth a part of the Elysian Fields to be found in Britain, and the...

3) The First Dialogue. Berkeley, George. 1909-14. Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous in Opposition to Sceptics and Atheists. The Harvard Classics
...Phil. He then that denies any point, can no more be said to doubt of it, than he who affirmeth it with the same degree of assurance. Hyl. True. 24 Phil. And, consequently,...

4) The Third Book. II. Of That Which Happened unto the Ingenuous Knight within the Inn, Which He Supposed to Be a Castle. Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. 1909-14. Don Quixote, Part 1. The Harvard Classics
...beasts; for he was one of the richest carriers of Arevalo, as the author of this history affirmeth, who maketh particular mention of him, because he knew him very...

5) Of Sundry Minerals and Metals. Chapter XI. [1577, Book III., Chapters 16 and 18; 1587, Book III., Chapters 10 and 11.]. 1909-14. A Description of Elizabethan England. The Harvard Classics
...was to be found in those parts, in the seventeenth of his thirty-fourth book; also he affirmeth that it lay in the very sward of the earth, and daily gotten in such...

6) The Discovery of Guiana. Paras. 1-49. Sir Walter Raleigh. 1909-14. Voyages and Travels: Ancient and Modern. The Harvard Classics
...and conquer Guiana, not knowing of the precedence of Berreo s patent; which, as Berreo affirmeth, was signed before that of Vidas. So as when Vides understood of...

7) The Defense of Poesy. Sir Philip Sidney. 1909-14. English Essays: Sidney to Macaulay. The Harvard Classics
...ferry? And no less of the rest which take upon them to affirm. Now for the poet, he nothing affirmeth, and therefore never lieth. For, as I take it, to lie is to...

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