Eglogs, Epytaphes, & Sonettes, 1563. Three Copies Only at Present Known

A. Constable & Company, 1895 - 128 pages
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Page 24 - Oh read ouer D. JOHN BRIDGES, for it is a worthy worke : Or an epitome of the fyrste Booke of that right worshipfull volume, written against the Puritanes, in the defence of the noble cleargie, by as worshipfull a prieste, JOHN BRIDGES, Presbyter, Priest or Elder, doctor of Diuillitie, and Deane of Sarum.
Page 14 - The Arte of English Poesie. Contriued into three Bookes : The first of POETS and POESIE, the second of PROPORTION, the third of ORNAMENT.
Page 19 - Sommer. Betwixt the REUENGE, one of her Maiesties Shippes, and an ARMADA of the King of Spaine. [By Sir W.
Page 2 - ... Turkish Men-of-War off Cagliari. 1617. English Life and Progress. 8. Dr. J. DEE. The Petty Navy Royal. [Fisheries.] 1577. 9. Captain HITCHCOCK. A Political Plat [Scheme}, etc. [Herring Fisheries.] 10. D. DEFOE. The Education of Women. 1692. English Literature, Literary History, and Biography. 11. F. MERES. A Sketch of English Literature, etc., up to September 1598.
Page 26 - A complete edition, with six facsimile plates. Occasion was taken, in the preparation of this Edition, dispassionately to test the Author's statements. The result is perfectly satisfactory. The Lincolnshire Captain is to be implicitly believed in all that he relates of his own personal knowledge. The following are the chief Texts in this Volume : — (i.) A true Relation of Occurrences In Virginia. 1608.
Page 5 - HAWKINS. Third and disastrous Voyage to the West Indies, 1567-1569 : with the base treachery of the Spaniards at San Juan de Ulna, near Vera Cruz ; and the extraordinary adventures of Three of the Survivors. This was DRAKE'S 2nd Voyage to the West Indies ; and the first in which he commanded a ship, the Judith. 8. Sir F. DRAKE'S 3rd (1570), 4th (1571), and sth (1572-73), Voyages to the West Indies.
Page 4 - Sir THOMAS OVERBURY. Observations of Holland, Flanders, and France in 1609. A most sagacious Political Study. 6. JAMES I. The Book of Sports. 1618. 7. Abp. G. ABBOTT. Narrative of his Sequestration from Office in 1627 by CHARLES I., at the instigation of BUCKINGHAM and LAUD.
Page 1 - Small Paper. Cloth, $s. net. English Political, Naval, and Military History, etc. etc. 1. The Expedition to Scotland in May 1543. 2. R. PEEKE'S fight at Xerez with a quarter-staff against Three Spaniards at once, armed with poniards and daggers : when he killed one and put the other two to flight. 1625. 3. The capture of Cris in Galatia by Captain QUAILE and 35 men.
Page 15 - The essence of the story is as old as it professes to be ; but contains later additions, the orthography, being of about 1410. It is very devoutly written, and contains a curious Vision of Purgatory. The writer is a prototype of...
Page 17 - That to haue wel written in verse, yea and in small parcelles, deserueth great praise, the workes of diuers Latines, Italians, and other, doe proue sufficiently. That our tong is able in that kynde to do as praiseworthely as...

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