An English Garner (8 of 8) Ingatherings from our History and Literature
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An English Garner (8 of 8) Ingatherings from our History and Literature

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  • AN ENGLISH GARNER
  • Contents of the Eighth Volume.
  • FIRST LINES OF POEMS AND STANZAS.
  • AN ENGLISH GARNER INGATHERINGS FROM OUR HISTORY AND LITERATURE
  • John Fox, the Martyrologist.
  • R. W[itc]. Against the wilful inconstancy of his dear foe E. T.
  • The History of Wyat's Rebellion:
    • To the Loving Reader.
    • Wyat's Rebellion: with the order and manner of resisting the same.
      • The effect of Wyat's letter to Sir Robert Southwell, Sheriff of Kent.
      • The style of Wyat's Proclamation.
      • The Sheriff's answer to the Messenger that brought Wyat's letter.
      • The copy of the Proclamation made at Tonbridge, by Sir Henry Isley, Antony Knevet and his brother, with others.
      • An Exhortation made by Sir Robert Southwell Knight, Sheriff of Kent, at Malling, the Satur- day being the 27th day of January, and market day there, to a great assembly of people; refelling and confuting Wyat and his complices' traitorous Proclama- tions. Wyat being at Rochester, four miles distant.
      • Certain-words proceeding from Wyat at his arraignment.
    • The effect of Wyat's letter to Sir Robert Southwell, Sheriff of Kent.
    • The style of Wyat's Proclamation.
    • The Sheriff's answer to the Messenger that brought Wyat's letter.
    • The copy of the Proclamation made at Tonbridge, by Sir Henry Isley, Antony Knevet and his brother, with others.
    • An Exhortation made by Sir Robert Southwell Knight, Sheriff of Kent, at Malling, the Satur- day being the 27th day of January, and market day there, to a great assembly of people; refelling and confuting Wyat and his complices' traitorous Proclama- tions. Wyat being at Rochester, four miles distant.
    • Certain-words proceeding from Wyat at his arraignment.
  • Love's Garland:
  • Love's Garland.
  • The True Report of the burning of the Steeple and Church of Paul's in London.
    • The True Report of the burning of the Steeple and Church of Paul's in London.
  • SIX IDILLIA,
  • SIX IDILLIA
    • THE EIGHTH IDILLION.
      • BUCOLIASTÆ.
    • BUCOLIASTÆ.
    • THE ELEVENTH IDILLION.
      • CYCLOPS.
    • CYCLOPS.
    • THE SIXTEENTH IDILLION.
      • CHARITES, or HIERO.
    • CHARITES, or HIERO.
    • THE EIGHTEENTH IDILLION.
      • Helen's Epithalamion.
    • Helen's Epithalamion.
    • THE TWENTY-FIRST IDILLION.
      • NEATHERD.
    • NEATHERD.
    • THE THIRTY-FIRST IDILLION.
      • ADONIS.
    • ADONIS.
  • The Spoil of Antwerp.
    • To the Reader.
    • The Spoil of Antwerp.
      • S. P. Foreign. Eliz. Vol. 140. 1,009. Thomas Heton to Sir Francis Walsingham. From Antwerp, 10 November 1576.
      • 1,010 The Merchant Adventurers to the Privy Council. From Antwerp, [10] November 1576.
      • S. P. Foreign. Eliz. Vol. 140. 1,021. Dr Thomas Wilson to the Privy Council. 19 November 1576.
      • S. P. Foreign. Eliz. Vol. 142. 1,029. The Sieur de Champagney's Declaration. At London, in January 1577.
    • S. P. Foreign. Eliz. Vol. 140. 1,009. Thomas Heton to Sir Francis Walsingham. From Antwerp, 10 November 1576.
    • 1,010 The Merchant Adventurers to the Privy Council. From Antwerp, [10] November 1576.
    • S. P. Foreign. Eliz. Vol. 140. 1,021. Dr Thomas Wilson to the Privy Council. 19 November 1576.
    • S. P. Foreign. Eliz. Vol. 142. 1,029. The Sieur de Champagney's Declaration. At London, in January 1577.
  • CHLORIS,
    • To the most excellent and learned Shepherd Colin Clout [i.e. Edmund Spenser].
    • To all Shepherds in general.
    • CHLORIS.
      • SONNET I.
      • SONNET II.
      • SONNET III.
      • SONNET IV.
      • SONNET V.
      • SONNET VI.
      • SONNET VII.
      • SONNET VIII.
      • SONNET IX.
      • SONNET X.
      • SONNET XI.
      • SONNET XII.
      • SONNET XIII.
      • SONNET XIV.
      • SONNET XV.
      • SONNET XVI.
      • SONNET XVII.
      • SONNET XVIII.
      • SONNET XIX.
      • SONNET XX.
      • SONNET XXI.
      • SONNET XXII.
      • SONNET XXIII.
      • SONNET XXIV.
      • SONNET XXV.
      • SONNET XXVI.
      • SONNET XXVII.
      • SONNET XXVIII.
      • SONNET XXIX.
      • SONNET XXX.
      • SONNET XXXI.
      • SONNET XXXII.
      • SONNET XXXIII.
      • SONNET XXXIV.
      • SONNET XXXV.
      • SONNET XXXVI.
      • SONNET XXXVII.
      • SONNET XXXVIII.
      • SONNET XXXIX.
      • SONNET XL.
      • SONNET XLI.
      • SONNET XLII.
      • SONNET XLIII.
      • SONNET XLIV.
      • SONNET XLV.
      • SONNET XLVI.
      • SONNET XLVII.
      • SONNET XLVIII.
      • SONNET XLIX.
    • SONNET I.
    • SONNET II.
    • SONNET III.
    • SONNET IV.
    • SONNET V.
    • SONNET VI.
    • SONNET VII.
    • SONNET VIII.
    • SONNET IX.
    • SONNET X.
    • SONNET XI.
    • SONNET XII.
    • SONNET XIII.
    • SONNET XIV.
    • SONNET XV.
    • SONNET XVI.
    • SONNET XVII.
    • SONNET XVIII.
    • SONNET XIX.
    • SONNET XX.
    • SONNET XXI.
    • SONNET XXII.
    • SONNET XXIII.
    • SONNET XXIV.
    • SONNET XXV.
    • SONNET XXVI.
    • SONNET XXVII.
    • SONNET XXVIII.
    • SONNET XXIX.
    • SONNET XXX.
    • SONNET XXXI.
    • SONNET XXXII.
    • SONNET XXXIII.
    • SONNET XXXIV.
    • SONNET XXXV.
    • SONNET XXXVI.
    • SONNET XXXVII.
    • SONNET XXXVIII.
    • SONNET XXXIX.
    • SONNET XL.
    • SONNET XLI.
    • SONNET XLII.
    • SONNET XLIII.
    • SONNET XLIV.
    • SONNET XLV.
    • SONNET XLVI.
    • SONNET XLVII.
    • SONNET XLVIII.
    • SONNET XLIX.
  • [? Thomas Deloney.] [See Vol. VII., p. 36.] The Spanish Lady's Love.
    • The First Part.
    • The Second Part.
  • A very true Report of the apprehension and taking of that arch-Papist Edmund Campion, the Pope his right hand; with Three other lewd Jesuit Priests, and divers other Lay people, most seditious persons of like sort.
    • To the Christian Reader, George Elliot wisheth all due reverence.
    • The true manner of taking of Edmund Campion and his associates.
      • The names of those that were taken and brought up to the Tower of London, as aforesaid.
      • George Elliot his Answer, to clear himself of the former untrue Objections.
    • The names of those that were taken and brought up to the Tower of London, as aforesaid.
    • George Elliot his Answer, to clear himself of the former untrue Objections.
  • The Copy of a Letter lately written in metre by a young Gentlewoman to her inconstant Lover.
    • The Printer to the Reader.
    • Is. W. To her unconstant Lover.
    • The Admonition by the Author to all young Gentlewomen, and to all other Maids, being in love.
  • A Love Letter,
    • W. G. A Love Letter sent from a faithful Lover, to an unconstant Maiden.
  • The destruction, capture, &c. of Portuguese Carracks, by English seamen. 1592-1594 A.D.
  • Captain Nicholas Downton.
  • LAURA.
    • To the no less virtuous than fair, the Honourable Lady Lucy, sister to the thrice renowned and noble Lord, Henry [Percy] Earl of Northumberland.
      • To the Gentle, and Gentlemen, Readers whatsoever.
    • To the Gentle, and Gentlemen, Readers whatsoever.
    • Alla bellissima sua Signora. E. C.
    • LAURA.
      • THE FIRST PART.
      • The Conclusion of the First Part.
    • THE FIRST PART.
    • The Conclusion of the First Part.
    • LAURA.
      • THE SECOND PART.
      • The Conclusion of the Second Part.
    • THE SECOND PART.
    • The Conclusion of the Second Part.
    • LAURA.
      • THE THIRD PART.
      • The conclusion of the last Part.
      • A Friend's just Excuse about the Book and [the] Author; in his absence.
    • THE THIRD PART.
    • The conclusion of the last Part.
    • A Friend's just Excuse about the Book and [the] Author; in his absence.
    • 1589.
  • The Scottish Queen's Burial at Peterborough, upon Tuesday, being Lammas Day [1st August], 1587.
  • CUPID's Posies, For Bracelets, Handkerchers, and Rings; With Scarfs, Gloves, and other things.
    • To his Mother Venus, Cupid dedicateth his Posies.
    • Cupid's Posies.
    • CUPID's Posies.
    • Cupid's Conclusion.
  • STRANGE AND WONDERFUL THINGS
    • The miserable Captivity of Richard Hasleton, born at Braintree in Essex.
  • The Merchant's Daughter of Bristow [Bristol].
    • The First Part.
  • The Merchant's Daughter of Bristow [Bristol].
    • The Second Part.
  • Posies for Rings, or Mottoes fit for Presents, collected by W. P.
  • LICIA, or POEMS OF LOVE
    • Ad Amorem.
    • Ad Lectorem.
    • To the Worshipful, kind, wise, and virtuous Lady, the Lady Mollineux, Wife to the right Worshipful Sir Richard Mollineux Knight.
    • To the Reader.
    • To Licia, the wise, kind, virtuous, and fair.
      • SONNET I.
      • SONNET II.
      • SONNET III.
      • SONNET IV.
      • SONNET V.
      • SONNET VI.
      • SONNET VII.
      • SONNET VIII.
      • SONNET IX.
      • SONNET X.
      • SONNET XI.
      • SONNET XII.
      • SONNET XIII.
      • SONNET XIV.
      • SONNET XV.
      • SONNET XVI.
      • SONNET XVII.
      • SONNET XVIII.
      • SONNET XIX.
      • SONNET XX.
      • SONNET XXI.
      • SONNET XXII.
      • SONNET XXIII.
      • SONNET XXIV.
      • SONNET XXV.
      • SONNET XXVI.
      • SONNET XXVII.
      • SONNET XXVIII.
      • SONNET XXIX.
      • SONNET XXX.
      • SONNET XXXI.
      • SONNET XXXII.
      • SONNET XXXIII.
      • SONNET XXXIV.
      • SONNET XXXV.
      • SONNET XXXVI.
      • SONNET XXXVII.
      • SONNET XXXVIII.
      • SONNET XXXIX.
      • SONNET XL.
      • SONNET XLI.
      • SONNET XLII.
      • SONNET XLIII.
      • SONNET XLIV.
      • SONNET XLV.
      • SONNET XLVI.
      • SONNET XLVII.
      • SONNET XLVIII.
      • SONNET XLIX.
      • SONNET L.
      • SONNET LI.
      • SONNET LII.
    • SONNET I.
    • SONNET II.
    • SONNET III.
    • SONNET IV.
    • SONNET V.
    • SONNET VI.
    • SONNET VII.
    • SONNET VIII.
    • SONNET IX.
    • SONNET X.
    • SONNET XI.
    • SONNET XII.
    • SONNET XIII.
    • SONNET XIV.
    • SONNET XV.
    • SONNET XVI.
    • SONNET XVII.
    • SONNET XVIII.
    • SONNET XIX.
    • SONNET XX.
    • SONNET XXI.
    • SONNET XXII.
    • SONNET XXIII.
    • SONNET XXIV.
    • SONNET XXV.
    • SONNET XXVI.
    • SONNET XXVII.
    • SONNET XXVIII.
    • SONNET XXIX.
    • SONNET XXX.
    • SONNET XXXI.
    • SONNET XXXII.
    • SONNET XXXIII.
    • SONNET XXXIV.
    • SONNET XXXV.
    • SONNET XXXVI.
    • SONNET XXXVII.
    • SONNET XXXVIII.
    • SONNET XXXIX.
    • SONNET XL.
    • SONNET XLI.
    • SONNET XLII.
    • SONNET XLIII.
    • SONNET XLIV.
    • SONNET XLV.
    • SONNET XLVI.
    • SONNET XLVII.
    • SONNET XLVIII.
    • SONNET XLIX.
    • SONNET L.
    • SONNET LI.
    • SONNET LII.
    • An Ode.
    • A Dialogue betwixt two Sea Nymphs, Doris and Galatea, concerning Polyphemus.
  • A Lover's Maze.
    • An Elegy.
    • ELEGY II.
    • ELEGY III.
  • The Rising to the Crown of Richard the Third. Written by himself.
  • Sir Robert Carey, Lord Warden of the Middle Marches; and afterwards Earl of Monmouth.
  • The True Narration
    • To the Reader.
    • A Narration of the Progress and Entertainment of the King's most excellent Majesty, with the Occurrents happening in the same Journey.
  • Michael Drayton. Odes. [1606, and 1619.]
    • To the Reader.
    • ODES. [1606.]
      • ODE 1.
      • ODE 2.
      • ODE 3.
      • ODE 4.
      • ODE 5.
      • ODE 6.
      • ODE 7.
      • ODE 8.
      • ODE 9.
      • ODE 10.
      • ODE 11.
      • ODE 12.
    • ODE 1.
    • ODE 2.
    • ODE 3.
    • ODE 4.
    • ODE 5.
    • ODE 6.
    • ODE 7.
    • ODE 8.
    • ODE 9.
    • ODE 10.
    • ODE 11.
    • ODE 12.
    • Preface to the additional Odes of 1619.
    • ODES, with other Lyric Poesies.
      • The Heart.
      • The Sacrifice to Apollo.
      • To his Rival.
      • The Crier.
      • To his coy Love.
      • A Hymn to his Lady's Birth-place.
    • The Heart.
    • The Sacrifice to Apollo.
    • To his Rival.
    • The Crier.
    • To his coy Love.
    • A Hymn to his Lady's Birth-place.
  • Thomas, third Lord Fairfax. Short Memorials of some things to be cleared during my Command in the Army. [1645 to 1650 A.D.]
  • Thomas, third Lord Fairfax.
  • George Villiers, second Duke of Buckingham. An Epitaph on Thomas, third Lord Fairfax.
  • ADVICE TO A YOUNG REVIEWER, WITH A SPECIMEN OF THE ART. OXFORD: SOLD BY J. PARKER AND J. COOKE; AND BY F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON, ST. PAUL's CHURCHYARD, LONDON. 1807.
    • ADVICE TO A YOUNG REVIEWER, &c.
    • L'Allegro. A Poem. By John Milton. No Printer's name.
  • W. Hunneman.
    • Old King Cole, his life and death.
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