Browsing by Author "Barley, William, d. 1614."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Strange and wonderfull things. Happened to Richard Hasleton, borne at Braintree in Essex, in his ten yeares trauailes in many forraine countries. Penned as he deliuered it from his ovvne mouthDate of publication:
1595Description:Editor's dedication signed: William Barley. Printer's name from STC. Signatures: A-E⁴ (-A1, E4). Running title reads: The captiuitie of Richard Hasleton. Another state (STC 12924.5) has title: A discourse of the miserable ...This item contains 4 files (980.49 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The deligtful [sic] history of Celestina the faire. Daughter to the king of Thessalie Shewing how she was inchaunted by the three fairies: with the strange aduentures, trauels, chiualries, tournies, combats, victories, and loues of diuers wandring princes and knights errant, but especially of Sir Marcomyr of Tharsus, who did conquest hir by the sword, and enioied her afterwards in mariage, with the Thessalian kingdome for hir dowrie, and his perpetuall inheritance. Done out of French into English.Date of publication:
1596Author(s):Description:A translation, with the names changed, of part of a French version by François de Vernassal of the anonymous Spanish romance "Primaleon", a continuation of "Palmerin de Oliva". Misattributed to Francisco de Moraes. Dedication ...This item contains 4 files (7.35 MB).Publicly Available