An English Garner.
9. AN. Sc. DAIPHHANTUS, or the Passions of Love, 1604,
See also above.
D. DEFOE. The True Born Englishman. 1701.
D. DEFOE. A Hymn to the Pillory. 1703.
VOL. VUY- Large Crown Svt, doth, $s. net.
English Political, Naval, and Military
History, etc., etc.
1. JOHN LYDGATE The Siege of
Harfleur and the Battle of Agm-
court. 1415. [Printed c. 11530 ]
2. JOHN Fox. How the Lord
Cromwell helped Archbishop Cran-
mer's Secretary. July, 1539
3. JOHN PROCTOR The History
of Sir THOMAS WYAT'S Rebellion.
January to February, 1544. [Printed
4. The True Report of the Burn-
ing of the Steeple and Church of
Paul's in London. 4 June, 1561.
m 5. R. W[ITC] Against the Wilful
inconstancy of his dear foe E. T.
6. Is.W. To her Unconstant
Lover. ? 1566.
7 W. G. A Love Letter to an
unconstant Maiden. ?is66.
8. [GEORGE GASCOIGNE.] The
Spoil of Antwerp. It is better known
as The Spanish Fury at Antwerp.
9 GEORGE ELIOT. ' A very
true report of the apprehension of
that arch-priest EDMUND CAMPION
and three other Jesuit Priests. July,
10. [MARY. ] The Scottish Queen's
Burial at Peterborough, i August,
1587 [Pnnted 1589.]
11 THEOCRITUS. Six Idillia.
Translated by E. D. [? Sir EDWARD
DYER ] 1588
12 Rev. RICHARD HAKLUVT
and Captain NICHOLAS DOVVNTON.
The Destruction, Capture, etc., of
Portuguese Carracks [Santa Cruz,
Madre de Dios, Las Cinque Llagas],
by English seamen 1592-1594.
13. [GILES FLETCHER, LL.D.]
Licia, or Poems of Love. The
Rising to the Crown of RICHARD
III. September, 1503.
14. RICHARD HASLETON.
Strange and Wonderful things that
happened to him in his Ten Years'
Travels in many Foreign Countries.
1582-1592. [Printed 1595.]
15. WILLIAM SMITH, Chloris, or
the complaint of the passionate de-
spised Shepherd 1596.
16. R[OBERT] TfotTE]. Laura
[i.e. Mistress E. CARIL]. The
Toys of a Traveller, o: the Feast of
17. The Merchant's Daughter of
Bnstow [Bristol] ? 1600.
18. [? THOMAS DELONEY.] The
Spanish Lady's Love ?i6oo.
19. Sir ROBRRT CAREY, after-
wards Earl of Monmouth. Account
of the Death of Queen ELIZABETH ;
and of his ride to King JAMES, at
Edinburgh. asth-ayth March,
1603. [Printed, 1759 ]
20. T. M. The true narration of
the Enteitainment of His Royal
Majesty (JAMES I.) from the time of
his departure from Edlnbugh, till
his receiving at London. April-
21 MICHAEL DRAYTON. Odes.
1606, and 1619.
22. Love's Garland, or Posies for
Rings, etc. 1624.
23. THOMAS, third Lord Fairfax
(" Black Tom ") Short Memorials
of some things to be cleared during
my Command in the Army. 1645-
24. A Short Memorial of the
Northern Actions, during the War
25. Cupid's Posies for Bracelets,
Handkerchers, and Rings. 1674.
26. GEORGE VILLIERS, second
Duke of Buckingham. An Epitaph
on THOMAS, third Lord Fairfax.
27. W. P. Posies for Rings, or
Mottoes fit for Presents. 1677.
28 [BISHOP EDWARD COPLE-
STONE.] Advice to a Young Re-
viewer , with a Specimen of the
Art (i e a Mock Criticism of Mil-
ton's L'Allegro), 1807.
29. W. HUNNEMAN. Old King
COLE, his life and death ?iS*:>-