Browsing by Author "Morais, Francisco de, ca. 1500-1572, attributed name."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)The famous history of the life of the renowned Prince Palmerin of England: or, The glory of knightly prowess In three parts. Containing his parentage, birth, education, travels, strange adventures, noble exploits and victories; combats with monsters, gyants, armies, and armed knights, dissolving inchantments, delivering distressed ladies; and his success in love. The whole being a compleat series, inter-woven with the heroick actions of many valiant emperours, kings, princes, and knights of undoubted fame, whose matchless deeds have won them immortal honour. A book worthy the perusal of either sex. Written originally in French; and now faithfully done into English (for the better satisfaction of the reader) by J.S.Date of publication:
1685Author(s):Description:A translation of part 2 of: Crónica de Palmeirim de Inglaterra. Has no connection with the Palladine of England romances with which it has often been confused. Cf. Thomas, H. Biblio. Soc. Trans., v. 13, p. 128. Sometimes ...This item contains 4 files (1.07 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The third and last part of Palmerin of England Enterlaced with the loues and fortunes of many gallant knights and ladies: a historie full of most choise and sweet varietie. VVritten in Spanish, Italian, and French, and translated into English by A.M. one of the messengers of her Maiesties chamber.Date of publication:
1602Author(s):Description:A translation of part 3 of: Palmerin of England. Sometimes attributed to Francisco de Morais and to Luis Hurtado. Translator's dedication signed: A. Mundy. Printer's name from STC. Running title reads: The third part of ...This item contains 4 files (17.19 MB).Publicly Available