Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, Volume II (of 3) Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs and Other Pieces of Our Earlier Poets Together With Some Few of Later Date
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Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, Volume II (of 3) Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs and Other Pieces of Our Earlier Poets Together With Some Few of Later Date

By Thomas Percy
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  • RELIQUES OF ANCIENT ENGLISH POETRY CONSISTING OF OLD HEROIC BALLADS, SONGS AND OTHER PIECES OF OUR EARLIER POETS TOGETHER WITH SOME FEW OF LATER DATE
  • CONTENTS OF VOLUME THE SECOND
  • BOOK 1.
    • I. RICHARD OF ALMAIGNE,
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    • II. ON THE DEATH OF K. EDWARD THE FIRST.
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    • III. AN ORIGINAL BALLAD BY CHAUCER.
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    • IV. THE TURNAMENT OF TOTTENHAM:
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    • V. FOR THE VICTORY AT AGINCOURT.
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    • VI. THE NOT-BROWNE MAYD.
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    • VII. A BALET BY THE EARL RIVERS.
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    • VIII. CUPID'S ASSAULT: BY LORD VAUX.
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    • IX. SIR ALDINGAR.
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    • X. THE GABERLUNYIE MAN.
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    • XI. ON THOMAS LORD CROMWELL.
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    • XII. HARPALUS.
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    • XIII. ROBIN AND MAKYNE.
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    • XIV. GENTLE HERDSMAN, TELL TO ME.
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    • XV. K. EDWARD IV. AND TANNER OF TAMWORTH
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    • XVI. AS YE CAME FROM THE HOLY LAND.
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    • XVII. HARDYKNUTE.
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  • BOOK II.
    • I. A BALLAD OF LUTHER, THE POPE, A CARDINAL, AND A HUSBANDMAN.
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    • II. JOHN ANDERSON MY JO.
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    • III. LITTLE JOHN NOBODY.
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    • IV. Q. ELIZABETH'S VERSES, WHILE PRISONER AT WOODSTOCK,
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    • V. THE HEIR OF LINNE.
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    • VI. GASCOIGNE'S PRAISE OF THE FAIR BRIDGES, AFTERWARDS LADY SANDS,
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    • VII. FAIR ROSAMOND.
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    • VIII. QUEEN ELEANOR'S CONFESSIÓN.
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    • IX. THE STURDY ROCK.
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    • X. THE BEGGAR'S DAUGHTER OF BEDNALL-GREEN.
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    • XI. FANCY AND DESIRE.
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    • XII. SIR ANDREW BARTON.
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    • XIII. LADY ANNE BOTHWELL'S LAMENT.
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    • XIV. THE MURDER OF THE KING OF SCOTS.
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    • XV. A SONNET BY Q. ELIZABETH.
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    • XVI. KING OF SCOTS AND ANDREW BROWNE.
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    • XVII. THE BONNY EARL OF MURRAY.
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    • XVIII. YOUNG WATERS.
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    • XIX. MARY AMBREE.
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    • XX. BRAVE LORD WILLOUGHBEY.
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    • XXI. VICTORIOUS MEN OF EARTH.
    • XXII. THE WINNING OF CALES.
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    • XXIII. THE SPANISH LADY'S LOVE.
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    • XXIV. ARGENTILE AND CURAN,
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    • XXV. CORIN'S FATE.
    • XXVI. JANE SHORE.
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    • XXVII. CORYDON'S DOLEFUL KNELL.
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  • BOOK III.
    • I. THE COMPLAINT OF CONSCIENCE.
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    • II. PLAIN TRUTH AND BLIND IGNORANCE.
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    • III. THE WANDERING JEW.
    • IV. THE LYE,
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    • V. VERSES BY KING JAMES I.
      • A Sonnet addressed by King James to his son Prince Henry.
      • A Sonnet occasioned by the bad Weather which hindred the Sports at Newmarket in January 1616.
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    • A Sonnet addressed by King James to his son Prince Henry.
    • A Sonnet occasioned by the bad Weather which hindred the Sports at Newmarket in January 1616.
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    • VI. K. JOHN AND THE ABBOT OF CANTERBURY.
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    • VII. YOU MEANER BEAUTIES.
    • VIII. THE OLD AND YOUNG COURTIER.
    • IX. SIR JOHN SUCKLING'S CAMPAIGNE.
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    • X. TO ALTHEA FROM PRISON.
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    • XI. THE DOWNFALL OF CHARING-CROSS.
    • XII. LOYALTY CONFINED.
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    • XIII. VERSES BY K. CHARLES I.
    • XIV. THE SALE OF REBELLIOUS HOUSHOLD-STUFF.
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    • XV. THE BAFFLED KNIGHT, OR LADY'S POLICY.
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    • XVI. WHY SO PALE?
    • XVII. OLD TOM OF BEDLAM.
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    • XVIII. THE DISTRACTED PURITAN,
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    • XIX. THE LUNATIC LOVER,
    • XX. THE LADY DISTRACTED WITH LOVE,
    • XXI. THE DISTRACTED LOVER,
    • XXII. THE FRANTIC LADY,
    • XXIII. LILLI BURLERO.
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    • XXIV. THE BRAES OF YARROW,
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    • XXV. ADMIRAL HOSIER'S GHOST
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    • XXVI. JEMMY DAWSON.
  • APPENDIX.
    • ON THE ALLITERATIVE METRE, WITHOUT RHYME, IN PIERCE PLOWMAN'S VISIONS.
    • ADDITIONS TO THE ESSAY ON THE ALLITERATIVE METRE.
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  • INDEX OF BALLADS AND POEMS IN THE SECOND VOLUME.
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