Professor Weekley interests us in philology no less than Professor Wyld, but he treads an entirely different path.
It is for that obliging body, Mris Smith, that lives with Mr. Wyld.
And beholde, they raysed a Wyld beast, which with greate swyftnesse leapte ouer the nettes and ranne awaye with greate spede.
Is, then, Wyld's great Globe only a plagiarism from Molenax?
Mr. Wyld will have to follow his example, and keep a staff of colourmen constantly at work on his Model.
It was placed in——'s bank by Mr. Wyld, whom, however, I deceived concerning it—I am now old enough in the school of hypocrisy.
It was generally conceded that a more thorough preflight could have prevented the Wyld's immolation.
The fruits brought forth; Wyld grapes: an heavy sight to a carefull husbandman, to haue noe better reward of his paynes.
Professor Wyld is the author of many well-known and widely read books of which this ought to prove not the least popular.
The Wyld, one of the first ships to be built, had made only two orbits before being destroyed.