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Daniel Featley, anti-Catholic controversialist abroad
Hugh Adlington

possibly alluding here, as a metaphor for rhetorical ‘flourishing’, to a stylistic technique in ancient Roman art in which a billowing garment is used to frame the body (P. Rehak, Imperium and Cosmos: Augustus and the Northern Campus Martius, ed. J. G. Younger (Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, 2006), p. 111). 2 I. Donaldson, Ben Jonson: A Life (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011), p. 299; R. Coronato, ‘Was it just an anecdote? Ben Jonson and the eucharist, Paris 1612’, Ben Jonson Journal, 4 (1997), 35–46; W. D. Kay, Ben Jonson: A Literary Life

in Chaplains in early modern England