1 edition of Handfull of holesome (though homelie) hearbs found in the catalog.
Handfull of holesome (though homelie) hearbs
|Statement||collected and dedicated to all religious ladies, gentlewomen, and others by Anne Wheathill.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 144 [i.e. 288],  p.|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Anne Wheathill (also spelled Whetehill, Whethill, and Whettles) was a gentlewoman, probably unmarried, who published a collection of forty-nine prayers titled A Handfull of Holesome (though Homelie) Hearbs in The Oxford DNB entry under “Wheathill, Anne” adds no further biographical information. A handfull of holesome (though homelie) hearbs, gathered out of the goodlie garden of Gods most holie word; for the common benefit and comfortable exercise of all such as are deuoutlie disposed. Collected and Dedicated to all religious Ladies, Gentle women, and others; by Anne Wheathill.
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Anne Wheathill's A Handfull of Holesome (though Homelie) Hearbs (): The First English Gentlewoman's Prayer Book Colin B. Atkinson andJo B. Atkinson University of Windsor Although nothing is known of Anne Wheathill, her prayer book was published by a major printer of devotional books, and its contents suggest she was a Calvinist-leaning.
Anne Wheathill (fl. ) was an English poet known for A Handful of Holesome (though Homelie) Hearbs, a collection of forty-nine prayers. A Handful of Holesome (through Homelie) Hearbs is the first nonaristocratic English gentlewoman's book of prayers.
Characteristic to the period, the Reformist prayers' topics include admission of transgressions, entreaty for forgiveness, the glory of God. A handfull of holesome (though homelie) hearbs gathered out of the goodlie garden of Gods most holie word; for the common benefit and comfortable deuoutlie disposed.
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book about 1 by V/2 inches.8 The second is The Monument of Matrones () compiled by Thomas Bentley, a huge work of over quarto pages.9 The next is Anne Wheathill's A Handfull of Holesome (though Homélie) Hearbs (), a small (duodecimo) book, containing num-bered leaves of text, and one signature (6 leaves) of front matter (title.
By the sixteenth century the distillation and repackaging of material had become a favourite and wide-ranging literary activity in England. A survey of the Short Title Catalogue reveals over twenty volumes, dated from onwards, which advertise themselves as miscellanies, among them: The poore mans librarie [ ] which may properly be called Miscellanea (); Miscelanea.
A handfull of holesome (though homelie) hearbs is an example of the English Reformer’s efforts to revise the Roman Catholic primers and Books of Hours to satisfy the private devotional needs of 1/5(1).
OCLC Number: Notes: Title from TEI header. Regularly updated. The numbering of this text is by leaves rather than by pages. Transcription of original: A handfull of holesome (though homelie) hearbs, gathered out of the goodlie garden of Gods most holie word, for the common benefit and comfortable exercise of all such as are devoutly disposed / Anne Wheathill.
A handfull of holesome (though homelie) hearbs: gathered out of the goodlie garden of Gods most holie word ; for the common benefit and comfortable exercise of all such as are deuoutlie disposed.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Reading Life: The Joy of Seeing New Worlds Through Others' Eyes.5/5(2). Anne Wheathill is the author of a sixteenth-century book of prayers, the earliest devotional book written for publication by an Englishwoman and designed for women readers.
Milestones AW, an unmarried woman who has not been identified, published a collection of prayers entitled A Handfull of Holesome (though Homelie) Hearbs gathered out of. Search Catalog Data Catalog Data & text in Documents Search By Date Range; Advanced Search.
23 Wheathill, Anne, A Handfull of Holesome (though Homelie) Hearbs (), STC ; Joceline, Elizabeth, The Mothers Legacie, to her Unborne Childe (), STC ; Parr, Catherine, Prayers stirryng the Mynd unto Heavenlye Medytacions (), STC ; Marguerite of Angoulome, A Godly Medytacyon of the Christen Sowle, repr.
as Godly Cited by: 2. Anne Wheathill and the Intertwining of Public Worship and Private Prayer. Susan M. Felch. Calvin College. The forty-nine prayers in Anne Wheathill’s A Handfull of Holesome (though homelie) Hearbs() offer a case study in the intertwining of public worship and private prayer.
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The facsimile reproduces the Huntington Library copy of the first edition (STC ). Anne Wheathill's A handfull of holesome (though homelie) hearbs () has been selected and introduced by Patrick Cullen as volume 9 of the series. From an historian who advised on the BBC’s Wolf Hall, an erudite romp through the intimate details of life in Tudor England.
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And Jo B. Atkinson. “Anne Wheathill’s A Handfull of Holesome (though homelie) Herbs (): The First English Gentlewoman’s Prayer Book.” Sixteenth Century.The chronicles of holinshed having become exceedingly scarce, and, from their Rarity and Value, having always brought a high Price whenever they have appeared for Sale, the Publishers have thought they should perform an acceptable Service to the Public by reprinting them in a uniform, handsome, and modern Form.
It cannot now be necessary to state the Importance and interesting Nature of this. Although the book celebrates female power and holiness in the figure of Elizabeth, Bentley makes sure to qualify this celebration by implying that women should be subservient to men.
Anne Wheathill's A Handfull of Holesome (though Homelie) Hearbs was published intwo years after The Monument. It is the first book of devotion written by a Cited by: 1.