Many of his scholars rose to great eminence , and among them William Grindal was so much distinguished , that by Cheke's recommendation he was called to court as a proper master of languages for the lady Elizabeth .
He was chosen orator to the University , on the removal of Sir John Cheke to court , where he was made tutor to Prince Edward . A man once distinguished soon gains admirers . Ascham was now received into notice by many ROGER ASCHAM ...
After having visited Cambridge , he took a journey into Yorkshire to see his native place and his old acquaintance , and there received a letter from the court , informing him , that he was appointed secretary to Sir Richard Morysine ...
... not only by your letters and commandment to t Court of the Exchequer , but also by your own present talk with n Lord Archbishop of York , clearly to deliver me , first , from the mise of those long , careful , and costly troubles of ...
A REPORT AND DISCOURSE WRITTEN BY ROGER ASCHAM , OF THE AFFAIRS AND STATE OF GERMANY AND THE EMPEROR CHARLES HIS COURT , DURING CERTAIN YEARS WHILE THE SAID ROGER WAS THERE . B A REPORT AND DISCOURSE , & c . JOHN ASTELY LIFE OF ASCHAM, ...
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essential reading, from an observer in 'flat English' language at a time when world affairs centered in and around Vienna and were essentially continental.
Quoted as first liner in a fascinating book on Anglo-French Entente under le Grand Toy, Louis XIV and the Merry Monarch, Charles II.
Full of candor, at a time when the political discourse was still amenable to compromise and chivalry, gallantry, so Ascham's remarks letters oin the Habsburg Empire, hence to Metternich and his pickup by Henry Kissinger - show the long ptrocxessof diplomacy that is not necessarily mad policy.
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The English Works of Roger Ascham: Preceptor to Queen Elizabeth
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