Greville probably joined the King's men on the breaking up of the palsgrave's, of whom the last notice dates 3d November 1624.
He refers us to palsgrave, who has some curious examples of it.
palsgrave's grammar acquires additional importance from the fact that no similar work had been produced in France.
palsgrave has both the noun and the verb in this form: "Scarre, to scar crowes, espouventail."
Moreover, palsgrave himself restricted the sale of his book.
Barclay does not, however, make any claim to completeness, nor pretend to lay down "absolute" rules as palsgrave claimed to do.
According to palsgrave, diverse noblemen supported the princess's request.
palsgrave, on the contrary, had a firm belief in the value and soundness of grammar rules.
I wete my whystell, as good drinkers do'; palsgrave, p. 780.
palsgrave, on the other hand, from the very first intended to publish his work, and had great ambitions.