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Full text of "Roger Ascham Toxophilus 1545"

English Reprints.               19

28,  WILLIAM ROY.  JEROME BARLOW.

Franciscan Friars.

Read me, and be not wroth!   [1528.]

(a) Rede -me and be nott ivrothe^
For I saye no thynge but troths,
/ will ascends makynge my stats so hye,
That my gompous honoitre. shall never dye.
O Caytyfe when thou thynkest least of all,
With confusion thou shalt have a fall.

This is the famous satire on Cardinal WOLSEY, and is the First English
Protestant book ever printedj not being a portion of Holy Scnptuie. See
p. 22 for the Fifth such book.

The next two pieces form one book, printed by HANS LUFT, at Marburg,
in 1530.

(b]  A proper dyaloge^ betwene a Gentillman and a husband-
man, eche complaynyngeto other their miserable calamitet through
the ambition of the clergy e.

(c]  A compendious old treaty'se, she'wynge^ how that we ought
to have the scriptitre in Englysshe.

29.  Sir WALTER  RALEIGH.    GERVASE
MARKHAM.   J. H. VAN LINSCHOTEN.

The Last Fight of the " Revenge,"   1*591.

(a) A Report of the truth of the fight about the lies of Acoies,
this last la Sommer* Betwixt the REUENGE, one of her
Maiesties Shippes^ and an ARMADA of the King of Spaine.

[By Sir W. RALEIGH ]

(t>) The most honorable Tragedic oj Sir RICHARD GRINUILE,
Knight. 1595-

[By GERVASE MARKHAM.]
(c) \The Fight and Cyclone at the Azores.

[By JAV HUYGHEN VAN LINSCHOTEN.]

Several accounts are here given of one of the most extraordinary Sea
fights in our Naval History.

30. BARNABE GOOGE.
Kglogues, Epitaphs, and Sonnets.    1563.

Eglogs, EpytapheS) and Sonettes Newly written by BARNABE
GOOGE.

Three copies only known.    Reprinted from the Huth copy.

In the prefatory Notes of the Life and Writings of B GOOGE, will be
found an account of the trouble he had in winning MARY DARELL for his
wife.

A new Literature generally "begins with imitations  and translations.

of the principal Writers of the time, such as the Authors of the Mirrorjfor
Magistrates) the Translators of SENECA'S Tragedies^ etc., and including
such names as BALDWIN, BAVANDE, BLUNDESTON, NEVILLE, NORTH,
NORTON, SACKVILLE, and YELVERTON.