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" Thamesis, whyche Booke I dare vndertake wil be very profitable for the knowledge, and rare for the Inuention, and manner of handling. For in setting forth the marriage of the Thames : I shewe his first beginning, and offspring, and all the Countrey, that... "
Ancient critical essays upon English poets and poŽsy - Page 261
by George Gascoigne, William Webbe, Sir John Harington, James I (King of England), Thomas Campion, Francis Meres, Edmund Bolton, Samuel Daniel, Edmund Spenser, Gabriel Harvey - 1815
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Bibliographia poetica: a catalogue of Engleish [!] poets, of the twelfth ...

Joseph Ritson - 1802 - 415 pages
...this kinde, whyche," fays he, " i entitle Epithalamion* Thamefts," which book he dares undertake " wil be very profitable for the knowledge, and rare for the inuention and manner of handling, &c." This fubjeft he afterward introduced in the 4th book of his great work ; fome part of which appears...
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Bibliographia poetica: a catalogue of Engleish [sic.] poets of the twelfth ...

Joseph Ritson - English poetry - 1802 - 411 pages
...this kinde, whyche," fays he, " i entitle Epithalamion* Thamefis," which book he dares undertake " wll be very profitable for the knowledge, and rare for the inuention and manner of handling, We." This fubject he afterward introduce'd in the 4th book of his great work ; fome part of which appears...
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The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 5

Edmund Spenser - 1855
...liking of Englishe versifying, am euen nowe aboute to giue you some token what and howe well theroin I am able to doe : for, to tell you trueth, I minde shortely, at comienieut leysure, to sette forth a booke in this kinde, whyche I entitle, Efithalamim Thamesis, whyche...
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THE POETICAL WORKS OF EDMUND SPENSER. THE TEXT AREFULLY REVISED, AND ...

FRANCIS J. CHILD - 1860
...liking of Englishe versifying, am euen nowe aboute to giue you some token what and howe well therein I am able to doe : for, to tell you trueth, I minde...very profitable for the knowledge, and rare for the inuentioci and manner of handling. For in setting forth the marriage of the Thames, I shewe his first...
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The British Poets, Volume 5

1866
...liking of Englishe versifying, am euen nowe aboute to giue you some token what and howe well therein I am able to doe : for, to tell you trueth, I minde shortely, at conuenieut leysure, to sette forth a booke in this kinde, whyche I entitle, Epithalamion Thamesis,...
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The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser: The Text Carefully Revised ..., Volume 3

Edmund Spenser - 1878
...liking of Englishe versifying, am euen nowe aboute to giue you some token what and howe well therein I am able to doe : for, to tell you trueth, I minde...inuention and manner of handling. For in setting forth the marriage of the Thames, I shewe his first beginning, and offspring, and all the countrey that he passeth...
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The Works of Gabriel Harvey: For the First Time Collected and ..., Volume 1

Gabriel Harvey - 1884
...at conuenient leyfure, to fette forth a Booke in this kinde, whiche I entitle Epithalamion Thame/is, whyche Booke, I dare vndertake wil be very profitable...rare for the Inuention and manner of handling. For in fetting forth the marriage of the Thames: I fhewe his firft beginning, and offfpring, and all the Countrey,...
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Elizabethan critical essays, Volume 1

George Gregory Smith - Criticism - 1904
...liking of Englishe Versifying, am euen nowe aboute to giue you some token, 5 and howe well therein I am able to doe : for, to tell you trueth, I minde...Booke in this kinde, whyche I entitle Epithalamion \f Thamesis, wlvyche Booke I dare vndertake wil be very profitable for the knowledge and rare for the...
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Elizabethan Critical Essays, Volume 1

George Gregory Smith - Criticism - 1904
...aboute to giue you some token, 5 and howe well therein I am able to doe : for, to tell you itrueth, I minde shortely at conuenient leysure to sette (forth...Booke in this kinde, whyche I entitle Epithalamion I Thamesis, whyche Booke I dare vndertake wil be very profitable for the knowledge and rare for the...
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