An English Garner. VOL. III. Large Crown Svo, cloth> $s. net. English Political, Naval, and Military History, etc., etc. x. W. PATTEN. The Expedition into Scotland : with the Battle of Pinkie Cleugli or Musselburgh, 1547. This was the "Rough Wooing of MARY, Queen of Scots," whom the English wanted to marry EDWARD VI. English Voyages, Travels, Commerce, etc., etc. 2 J. H. VAN LINSCHOTEN. Voyage to Goa and back, in Portuguese carracks, 1583-1592. This work showed the way to the East, and led to the formation of the Dutch and the English East India Companies. For nearly thiee years this Dutchman, returning m charge of a cargo of pepper, spices, etc., was pinned up in the Azores by the English ships ; of whose daring deeds he gives an account. 3 E. WRIGHT. The voyage of the Earl of CUMBERLAND to the Azores in 1589. This is a part of LINSCHOTEN'S story re-told more fully from an English point of view. 4. The first Englishmen—JOHN NEWBERY and RALPH FITCH —that ever icached India overland, md Aleppo" and the Persian Gulf, m 1583-1589. They met with LTNSCHOTEN there; and also T. Stevens, the Jesuit, see vol. i. p. 130. English Life and Progress. 5. J. CAIUS, M.D. Of English Dogs. 1536. Translated from the Latin by A. FLEMING m 1576. 6. Britain's Buss. A Computation of the Cost and Profit of a Herring Buss or Ship. 1615. English Literature, Literary History, and Biography. 7. T. ELLWOOD. Relations with J. MILTON. This young Quaker rendered many services to the Poet; amongst which was the suggestion of Paradise Ret^ned. 8. J. DRYDEN. Of Dramatic Poesy. An Essay. This charm- ing piece of English Prose was written m 1665 and published in 1668. With it is given the entire Controversy between DRYDEN and Sir R. HOWARD on this subject. English Poetry. 9. S. DANIEL, DELIA. [Sonnets ] 1594. 10 T. CAMPION, M.D. S'ongs and Poems. 1601 1613. ii. Lyrics, Elegies, etc., by other Poets.