4 An English Garner. VOL IV. Large Crown Svo, cloth, $s. net. English Political, Naval, and Military History, etc., etc. 1. E. UNDERBILL, " the Hot Gospeller," Imprisonment in 1553, with Anecdotes of Queen MARY'S Coronation Procession, WVATT'S Rebellion, the Marriage of PHILIP and MARY, etc. 2. J. Fox. The Imprisonment of the Princess ELIZABETH. 1554-1555. 3. Texts relating to the Winning of Calais and Guisnes by the French in January, 1556. 4. The Coronation Procession of Queen ELIZABETH. January, 5 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. 8. Major-General Sir T. MORGAN. Progress [i.e. MarcJi\ m France and Flanders, with the 6,000 " Red Coats " at the taking of Dunkirk, etc., in 1657-8. English Voyages, Travels, Commerce, etc., etc. 9. The first Batons who ever reached the city of Mexico: T. BLAKE, a Scotchman, before 1536; and J. FIELD and R. TOMSON, X556- 10. The wonderful recovery of the Exchange from forty-five Turkish pirates of Algiers by J. RAWLINS and twenty-four other slaves. February, 1622. English Life and Progress. 11. T. GENTLEMAN. England's Way to Win Wealth, [Fish- eries ] The Dutch obtained more wealth from their Herring Fishery along ike English shores than the Spaniards did from their American gold mines, English Poetry. 12. ? T. OCCLEVE. The Letter of CUPID. 1402, 13. L. SHEPPARD. JOHN BON and Mast[er] PARSON, [A Satire on the MassJ 1551. 14. Rev. T. BRICE. A Register of the Tormented and Cruelly Burned within England. 1555-1558. These verses give the names of most of the Marian Martyrs. 15. J. C. ALCILIA ; PHILOPARTHEN'S loving folly' [Love PoemsJ 1595. 16. G. WITHER. Fair VIRTUE, the Mistress of PHIL'ARETE. 1622. This is WITHER'S masterpiece. Over 6,000 lines of verse m many metrical forms. 17. The Songs that JOHN DOWLAND, the famous Lutenist, set to music.