Browsing by Author "Chettle, Henry, d. 1607?, attributed name."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The forrest of fancy Wherein is conteined very prety apothegmes, and pleasaunt histories, both in meeter and prose, songes, sonets, epigrams and epistles, of diuerse matter and in diuerse manner. VVith sundry other deuises, no lesse pithye then pleasaunt and profytable.Date of publication:
1579Author(s):Description:Signed at end: H.C.; variously attributed to Henry Chettle, to Henry Cheeke, and to Henry Constable. Partly in verse. Signatures: A-U⁴. Identified as STC 1471a on UMI microfilm reel 238. Reproductions of the originals in ...This item contains 4 files (3.75 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The Popes pittiful lamentation, for the death of his deere darling Don Ioan of Austria and deaths aunswer to the same. With an epitaphe vpon the death of the said Don Ioan. Translated after the French printed coppy. by H.C.Date of publication:
1578Author(s):Description:The attribution to Pope Gregory XIII is ironic. "The 'French coppy' is untraced, and may be fictitious"--Halkett & Laing (3rd ed.). In verse. Translation sometimes attributed to Henry Chettle and to Henry Constable. Caption ...This item contains 4 files (126.39 KB).Publicly Available