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seconde part of the Mirrour for magistrates

Blenerhasset, Thomas.

seconde part of the Mirrour for magistrates

conteining the falles of the infortunate princes of this lande, from the conquest of Caesar vnto the commyng of Duke William the Conquerour.

by Blenerhasset, Thomas.

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Published by Imprinted by Richard Webster in [London] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Great Britain -- History -- To 1066 -- Poetry.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMirrour for magistrates.
      GenrePoetry.
      ContributionsEnglish Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR2199 .M5 1578
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[6], 66 leaves ;
      Number of Pages66
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6682637M
      LC Control Number25021485

      From the same authority the imitations and notes being omitted A prologue to a play for Mr. Kerry, Archdeacon of Ardfert. By James Hammond, esq. Inquisition is amazed that the chronicles speak so little of her, and she, too, is modestly 'abashed' E1v to tell her story.

      See for example Bradley J. Contributors[ edit ] William Baldwin and George Ferrers were the first editors of the work and the principal contributors. This Ms. The fatal curiosity.

      The description of Helena makes it quite clear that she 'represents' Elizabeth I: she saves her country from foreigners and brings true religion to them E1r. Miscellaneous thoughts. But in sixe monthes so much encreasid hateful Ires, That Gonerell denyde all his desires, So halfe his garde she and her husband refte: And scarce alowde the other halfe they lefte. The accession of Queen Elizabeth Iwhich brought with it a change in the country's religion, allowed the publication of the edition.


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Not a heroic ending for so great a warrior as Ironside. The peach-stone. Which I alasse lament, bid those alive beware, Let not the losse of goodes or honour them constrayne: To play the fooles, and take such carefull carke and care, Or to dispaire for any pryson pine and payne.

The most interesting part is his relation of a dream he had in which he found himself in a poor man's cottage, and was amazed at the happiness in which the poor man lived. From her "Poems," It is not "a sonnet," which may induce one to think that the title was fabricated by the original editor.

Fulwell became a commoner of St. My father was content with all his harte, and sayde, He gladly should obtaine his whole request at will Concerning me, if nothing I herin denayde: But yet he kept by their intisment hatred still Quoth he your prince his pleasure to fulfill, I graunt and give my daughter as you crave: But nought of me for dowry can she have.

To signora Cuzzoni.

Introduction: Staging Justice

By Thomas Percy, D. And therewithal the sight did faile my dazeling eyne, I nothing sawe save sole Dispaire bad mee dispatch, Whom I behelde, she caught the knife from mee I weene, And by hir elbowe carian death for me did watch.

The herdsman ends with an oddly learned allusion to 'Perillus he who made the Bull of Brasse' M3rbut since it has to do with livestock, perhaps it is the sort of learning he might have picked up somehow. The resalve. From "A collection of epigrams," Memory still remembers them all, of course, but she need Inquisition to bring them to light once more.

From her "Memoirs," Because this work robbed Higgins of British material for his next edition, the majority of the new lives printed in were noble Romans. To the right honourable the earl of Warwick. By Elijah Fenton.

The Second Part of the Mirror for Magistrates

Whilst the work was dismissed and largely forgotten after the lives from seconde part of the Mirrour for magistrates book Baldwin era were popular and highly regarded during the Tudor period.

Tyrwhitt professes to reprint it Songe to Aella, lorde of the castel of Brystowe ynne daies of yore. He is known to have compiled c two manuscripts of his genealogies.

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/5(15).The Mirror for Magistrates is a collection of English poems from the Tudor period.

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The first edition was published in These poems were written by different writers. The poems are about the lives and the tragic ends of historical figures.In ebook 'Epistle unto ebook friende' in The Seconde Part of the Mirrour for Magistrates () he claims: 'O singuler ingratitude that any friend should refuse to sweate, to pleasure and profite his friend'.

(49) Blener Hasset understands friendship as responding to a friend's needs, despite the cost to one's self.