1 edition of first] seconde part, of the no lesse rare, historie of Palmerin of England]. found in the catalog.
first] seconde part, of the no lesse rare, historie of Palmerin of England].
|Other titles||Seconde part, of the no lesse rare, then excellent and stately historie, of the famous and fortunate princes Palmerin of England, and Florian du Desart his brother.|
|Contributions||Munday, Anthony, 1553-1633., Hurtado, Luis, ca. 1510-ca. 1598., Morais, Francisco de, ca. 1500-1572.|
|The Physical Object|
Hume, Tobias. The First Part of Ayres, French, Pollish, and others together, some in Tabliture, and some in Pricke-Song. Jones, Robert. The First Booke Of Songes & Ayres Of foure parts with Tableture for the Lute. First And Second Booke. ——Ultimum Vale or The Third Book of Ayres.  [No title-page. 33) (Holme Park, co. Berks). Chequy or and aa. on a chief gu. two mullets of the first. Crest—A talbot sejant erminois. 34) Ar. three palmers’ staves sa. heads, rests, and ends or, on a chief of the second as many escallops of the first. Crest—An escallop ar. betw. two laurel branches vert.
Anthony Munday (or Monday) (? – 10 August ) was an English playwright and miscellaneous was baptized on 13 October in St Gregory by St Paul's, London, and was the son of Christopher Munday, a stationer, and Jane Munday. He was one of the chief predecessors of Shakespeare in English dramatic composition, and wrote plays about Robin . But rather it may be thought, that sith a great part of those people which came ouer into this land out of Germanie with the said Hengist, and other capteins, were of those Englishmen which inhabited Germanie, about the parts of Matt. West. Thoringhen, they called this land England, after their name, when they had first got habitation within it.
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OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ([+] leaves.) Other Titles: Palmerin of England (Romance). Second part, of the no lesse rare, then excellent and stately historie, of the famous and fortunate princes Palmerin of England.
The first [-seconde] part, of the no lesse rare, then excellent and stately historie, of the famous and fortunate prince, Palmerin of England: Declaring the birth of him, and Prince Florian du Desart his brother, in the forrest of great Brittaine: the course of their liues afterward, in pursuing knightly aduentures, and performing incomparable deeds of chiualrie.
The First and Seconde Parts, of the No Lesse Rare, Historie of Palmerin of England The Third and Last Part of Palmerin of England will help you with any book or. Or the Riches of Elder Ages by Guillaume Telin translated by Anthony Munday (); The First Booke of Primaleon of Greece translated by Anthony Munday ( entered by John Charlewood 9 January ); The Seconde Part, of the No Lesse Rare, Historie of Palmerin of England by Palmerin of England translated by Anthony Munday ( entered by.
[The [first] seconde part, of the no lesse rare, historie of Palmerin of England.] The fishmongers' pageant, on Lord Mayor's Day, Chrysanaleia, the golden fishing: De gubernatione Dei.
Histoire Palladienne. A chivalric romance attributed to the 16th‐cent. Portuguese writer Francisco de ‘Palmerins’ consist of eight books dealing with the exploits and loves of Palmerin d'Oliva, emperor of Constantinople, and his various descendants, of which Palmerin of England is the subject of the sixth.
Munday translated the Palmerin cycle into English (through a French. Palmerin of England (Palmeirim de Inglaterra) Source: The Oxford Companion to English Literature Author(s): Dinah BirchDinah Birch.
A chivalric romance attributed to the Portuguese writer Francisco de Moraes (c–).The Palmerin cycle deals with the exploits and loves of the no lesse rare Palmerin d'Oliva, emperor of Constantinople, and his various descendants—one of them, Palmerin of England.
Anthony Munday refers to history as “the onely trumpet that soundeth in the eares of all noble personages, the famous deeds of their worthy progenitors”: The historie of the famous and fortunate Palmerin of England, part ii (), dedication.
First part of the no lesse rare, then excellent and stately history, of the famous and fortunate Prince Palmerin of England.
London. Mudford, W. Five nights of St Albans. Edinburgh Historie of the pitifull life, and unfortunate death of Edward the Fifth. London. More, T. The first and second part of the troublesome raigne of Iohn King of England ()().
52 Anne Dowriche, The Fr ench historie (), STC: Later is Gervase Markham, The most. Munday translated Francisco de Moraes’s version of the Palmerin tales in The First and Second Parts, of the No Lesse Rare, Historie of Palmerin of England (), and the third part in BACK  The monkish legend has St Peter being ferried across Thorney water from the Surrey side and, at the place where he disembarked, consecrating a.
Anthony Munday (bap. –; DNB), playwright and translator, published an English version of the Portuguese text, entitled The First and Second Parts, of the No Lesse Rare, Historie of Palmerin of England (), with a third part appearing in BACK.
First Five Bookes of the Generall Historie of Virginia, New England and The Summer Isles How Ancient Authors [I] Report, the New-World, Now called America, was discovered: and part thereof, first Planted by the English, called Virginia, with the Accidents and Proceedings of the same.
THE FIRST BOOKE. Fortissimo, et militiae naualis Peritissimo viro, Domino Francisco Draco Equiti Aurato. D Esinat Herculeas iam Grecia vana columnas Mirari, aut Minyas, Dulichi [ ] mue ducens. The first and second books were also reissued with the addition of the third and fourth infol.
‘The second part of the honourable Historie of Palmerin d'Oliva translated by A. M.,’4to (Britwell). ‘Palmerin of England. Suggestions, ideas, or volunteer help are all welcome.
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Thank you for being a part of the Palmer surname project. You may contact me at: [email protected] The remaining chapters, which deal with the deeds of Palmerin's second son, appeared separately as The First Book of Primaleon of Greece in (STC ).3 Munday's decision to make two books out of one was not new, for he had already done something similar in his Palmerin d'Oliva, published in (STC ).
Palmerin of England: This is the book, which, with ‘Amadis,’ Cervantes saves from the holocaust in Don Quixote, as he says, “for two reasons: first, because it is a right good book in itself; and the other, because the report is that a wise King of Portugal composed it.
All the adventures of the castle of Miraguarda are excellent, and. The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles: With the Names of the Adventurers, Planters, and Governours From Their First Beginning Ano: To This Present With the Procedings of Those Severall Colonies and the Accidents That Befell Them in All Their Journyes and Discoveries.
Also the Maps and Descriptions of All Those Countryes, Their. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Palmerin of England by Southey, Robert, Publication date There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write a review.
Views. The first and second part of the troublesome raigne of Iohn King of England: with the discouerie of King Richard Cordelions base sonne (vulgarly named, the Bastard Fauconbridge) also the death of King Iohn at Swinstead Abbey: as they were (sundry times) lately acted / written by W.
Shakespeare. Palmerin of England by Francisco De Moraes, of 4 (); Volume 3 [De Morais, Francisco] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Palmerin of England by Francisco De Moraes, of 4 (); Volume 3Author: Francisco De Morais.First official record: possible version of the play entered into Stationers' Register by Peter Short on 2 May as "a booke intituled A plesant Conceyted historie called the Tayminge of a Shrowe." First record of the play as it exists today is found in the First Folio ().
First published: possible version of the play published in quarto in as A Pleasant Conceited Historie.