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with A Book of Huswifery. ^573-

Being a Calendar of rural and domestic Economy, for every Month in the Year ; And exhibit-
ing a Picture of the Agriculture, Customs, and Manners of England, in the Sixteenth
Century. By Thomas Tusser, Gentleman. A new Edition, with Notes, etc. By William
Ma-vor, LL.D. . . . London i Lackington, etc. [i vol. Svo] l8l2.

4646. Instructions to the Lord Mayor of London, 1574-5 :
Whereby he is to govern himself and the City. By Thomas Norton,
Rembrancer, and one of the Members in Parliament for London.
Together with a Letter from him to Sir Francis If^al/ingha/n^ refpe£iing the
disorderly dealings of Promoters. [About 1 574-1 5 7 7-]

From the original Manufcripts, formerly the property of Sir Chriftophcr Hatton. London.
Privately Printed. [Reprint, in Illustrations of Old English Literature. Edited by J. Payne
Collier. Vol. 3. I vol. 4to] 1866.



iSngltsf) S'ijnfefsprartana. 141

4647. The Firste Parte of Churchyardes Chippes, containing Twelue
seuerall Labours. Deuifed and publijhed^ only by Thomas Churchyard,
Gentilman. Imprinted at London in Fletejireate neare vnto Saint Dun-
stones Church by Thomas Marfhe. I575-

Reprint, by J. Payne Collier. [l vol. 410, n.d., about 1869. J

4648. Certayne Notes of Instruction Concerning the making of
Uerse or Ryme in English. From the Poesies of George Gascoigne Esquire^
Imprinted at London, by Henrie Binneman for Richarde Smith : Anno
Domini 1575*

Reprint, in The Arte of English Poesie. Edited by Joseph Haslewood. Vol. 2. London :
Triphook. [i vol. 4to] 1815.

4649. The Tyde Taryeth No Man. A moste pleasant and merry
commody, right pythie, and full of delight. Compiled by George JVapull.
. . . Imprinted at London, in Fleete-streate beneath the Conduite, at the
Signe of Saynt John Evaungelist, by Hugh Jackson. IS?^-

Reprint, by J. Payne Collier, [i vol. 4to, N.D., about 1867.]

4650. The Rocke of Regard, diuided into foure parts. The firsty
the Castle of Delight: . . . The second, the Garden of Vnthriftinesse :
. . . The thirde, the Arbour of Vertue ; . . . The fourth, the Ortchard
of Repentance : . . . Zi^-ing all the invention, collection and tranflation
of George Whetjione^ Gent. [C bnprinted at London for Robert JValey.

1576.]

Reprint, by J. Payne Collier, [i vol. 4to, n.d., about 1868. J

4651. Spiritus est vicarius Christi in terra. A Treatise wherein
Dicing, Dauncing, Vaine playes, or Enterluds, with other idle pastimes,
6cc., commonly vsed on the Sabboth day, are reproued by the Authoritie
of the word of God and auntient writers. Made Dialoguewise by John
Northbrooke, Minister and Preacher of the word of God. ... At London
Imprinted by H, Bynneman for George Byshop. [About 1577.]

With an Introduction and Notes [by J. P. Collier]. London : Reprinted for the Shakespeare
Society, [i vol. Svo] 1843.

4652. Chronicles, . . . First Collected and Published by Raphaell
Holinshed, William Harrisoij, and others. I577> ^^c.

Reprint. London: Johnson, etc. [6 vols. 4to] 1807-8.

" In the eleven plays that follow, — Macbeth, King John, Richard II, Henry IV 2 parts^
Henry V, Henry VI 3 parts, Richard III, and Henry VIII, — the hiftorians of that time,
Hall, Holinshed, Stow, and others, (and, in particular, Holinshed) are pretty clofely follow'd ;
and that not only for their matter, but even fometimes in their exprelllons." — Capell :
Edition of Shakespeare, 1 767-8, vol. I, p. 53.

" His English historical subjects are taken chiefly from Holinshed's Chronicles." — F. Ahn :
Memoir of Sbakspere.



142 S^ijnllxfspcarc i^nnorial ILtftiaqi, ISumintjijam.

4653. A gorgious Gallery of gallant Inuentions. Garniftied and
decked with diuers dayntie deuifes, right delicate and delightfull, to re-
create eche modeft minde withall. First framed and fafinoned in fundrie
formes^ by diuers worthy workemen of late dayes : and now, ioyned to-
gether and builded vp : By T. P. H Imprinted at London, for Richard
lones. 1578.

Reprint, in Seven English Poetical Miscellanies. Edited by J. Payne Collier. Vol. 3. London,
[i vol. 4to] 1867.

" From the title-page, we learn that T. P., i.e., Thomas Proctor, was the editor of it." — •
Introduction, vol. I, p. vii.

4654. Cyuile and vncyuile life. A difcourfe very profitable, plea-
fant^ and fit to bee read ofzW Nobilitie and Gentlemen. Where, in forme
of a Dialoge is difputed, what order of lyfe bed befeemeth a Gentle-
man in all ages and times : afwel for educatio, as the courfe of his whole
life : to make him a parfon fit for the publique feruice of his prince and
Countrey, and for the quiet, and cumlynefle of his owne priuate eftate
and callinge. Imprinted at London, by Richard f ones., and are to bee folde
at his fhop ouer agaynfl SaincSt Sepulchers Church, 1579-

Reprint, in Inedited Tracts : illustrating the Manners, ... of Englishmen during the
Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. . . . Printed for the Roxburghe Library, [i vol.
4to] 1868.

4655. The Shook of Abuse., Conteining a plesaunt inuective against
Poets, Pipers, Plaiers, lesters, and such like Caterpillers of a Common-
welth : Setting vp the Flagge of Defiaunce to their mischieuous exercise,
and overthrowing their Bulwarkes, by Prophane Writers, Naturall rea-
son, and common experience : A discourse as pleasaunt for Gentlemen
that fauour learning, as profitable for all that wyll follow vertue. By
Stephan Gosson. Stud. Oxon. . . . Printed at London, by Thomas
Woodcocke. i579'

With an Introduction regarding the Author and his Works. London : Reprinted for the
Shakespeare Society, [i vol. 8vo] 1841.

4656. Euphues. The Anatomy of Wit. By John Lyly. 1579.

English Reprints. Collated with early subsequent Editions. . . . Carefully Edited [with
Introduction, etc.] by Edward Arber. . . . London : Alex. Murray & Son. [i vol.
8vo] 1868.

4657. The Contract of a Marige betweene wit and wisdome very
frutefuU and mixed full of pleasant mirth as well for the beholders as the
readers or hearers : neuer before imprinted. . . . I579-

An Ancient Interlude. To which are added Illustrations of Shakespeare and the Early English
Drama. Edited by James Orchard Halliwell. . . . London : Printed for the Shakespeare
Society, [i vol. 8vo] 1846. ,



iSngltisf) Si^afefspcanana. 143

4658. H Euphues and his England. Containing his voyage and aduen-
tures, myxed with fundry pretie difcourfes of honeft Loue, the difcription of
the countrey, the Court, and the manners of that Ifle. Delightfvl to be
read, and nothing hurtfull to be regarded : wher-in there is fmall offence
by lightneffe giuen to the wife, and leffe occafion of loofenes proffered
to the wanton. % By lohn Lyly, Maifter of Arte. Commend it, or
amend it. Imprinted at London for Gabriell Cawood, dwelling in Paules
Church-yard. 1580.

English Reprints. Collated with early subsequent Editions. . . . Carefully Edited [with Intro-
duction, etc.] by Edward Arber. . . . London: Alex. Murray & Son. [i vol. 8vo] 1868.

" It is evident that Shakespeare was very familiar with this book, wherein I see the origin
of many of the famous passages in his works. Shakespeare and Lyly have often the same
thoughts, use the same language and phrases, and play upon the same words." — Rushton :
Shakespeare's Euphuism, 1 87 1, p. I.

4659. Three Proper, and wittie, familiar Letters : lately passed be-
tvveene two Vniuersitie men : touching the Earthquake in Aprill last,
and our English refourmed Versifying, With the Preface of a welhviller
to them both. Imprinted at London, by H. Bynneman, dwelling in
Thames streate, neere vnto Baynardes Castell. 1580.

By "Edmund Spenser and Gabriel Harvey," — Introduction, " Of the Contents," p. xx.
Reprint, in The Arte of English Poesie. Edited by Joseph Haslewood. Vol. 2, London :
Triphook. [i vol. 4to] 1815.

4660. Two Other, very commendable Letters, of the same mens
writing : both touching the foresaid Artificiall Versifying, and certain
other Particulars. More lately deliuered vnto the Printer, Imprinted at
London, by H. Bynneman, 1580.

Reprint, in The Arte of English Poesie. Edited by Joseph Haslewood. Vol. 2. London :
Triphook,- [i vol. 4to] 181 5.

4661. A View of sundry Examples. Reporting many straunge
murthers, sundry persons periu-reA, Signes and tokens of Gods anger towards
vs. What straunge and monstrous Children haue of late beene borne.
And all juemorahle murthers since the murther of Maister Saunders by
George Browne, to this present and bloody murther of Jbell Bourne^
Hosyer, who dwelled in Newgate Market, 1580. . . . Gathered by A. M,
. . , Imprinted at London for William Wright, and are to be sold at the
long shop, adioyning vnto S. Mildreds Church in the Poultrie,

[n.d., about 1580.]

By Anthony Munday. . . . The Introduction and Notes by J. Payne Collier. London :
Printed for the Shakespeare Society, [i vol. 8vo] 185 i.

4662. The Copy of a letter, lately written in meeter, by a yonge
Gentihvoman ; to her unconftant Lover. With an Admonition to al
yong Gentilwomen, and to all other Mayds in general to beware of



144 Stafersprare i^nnovlal JLihxai}}, Ijtrmingtnm.

mennes flattery. By If. W. Newly joyned to a Loveletter, fent by a
Bacheler, (a moft faithfull Lover) to an unconftant and faithles Mayden.
Imprinted at London, by Richarde Jhones dwelling in the upper end of
Fleetlane : at the Signe of the fpred Egle. [n.d., about 1580.]

Reprint, by J. Payne Collier, [i vol. 4to, N.n., about 1S67.]

4663. The Dramatic and Poetical Works of Robert Greene.

[About 1580-1592.]

With Memoir of the Author and Notes by Alexander Dyce. London: Routledge. [ivol. 8vo]
1861. The Works of George Peek are included in the same volume.

4664. The Dramatic Works of John Lilly, (the Euphuist.)

[About 1580-1601.]

With Notes and some Account of his Life and Writings By F. W. Fairholt. . . . London :
J.R.Smith. [2 vols. 8 vo] 1858. Library of Old Authors.

4665. Of Apolonius and Silla. 1581.

In Riche his Farewell to Militarie profession : conteining verle pleasaunt discourses fit for a
peaceable tyme. Gathered together for the onely delight of the courteous Gentlewomen
bothe of England and Irelande, For whose onely pleasure thei were collected together, And
unto whom thei are directed and dedicated by Barnabe Riche, Gentleman. . . . Im-
printed at London, by Robart Walley. 1581. Reprinted from a Copy of that date in the
Bodleian Library. London: Printed for the Shakespeare Society, [i vol. 8vo] 1S4.6.
Apolonius and Silla " was employed by Shakespeare in his ' Twelfth Night.' " — Preface, p. v.

4666. A breefe and true reporte of the Execution of certaine Traytours
at Tiborne, the xxviii and xxx dayes of May e.^ 1582. Gathered by A. M.,
who was there present. . . . Imprinted at London, for JViUiam Wright.^
and are to be solde at his shop, adioyning vnto S. Mildreds Church in the
Poultrie, the middle shop in the rowe. 1582.

By Anthony Munday. . . . The Introduction and Notes by J. Payne Collier. London :
Printed for the Shakespeare Society, [i vol. 8vo] 1851.

4667. 'The Life and Pranks of Long Meg of Westminster. Imprinted
at London by William How for Abraham Veale, dwellinge in Paul's Church
yard, at the Sign of the Lamb. [1582.]

Reprint, in The Old Book Collector's Miscellany. . . . Edited by Charles Hindley. Vol. 2.
London: Reeves and Turner, [i vol. 8vo] 1872.

4668. A Reply to Stephen Gosson's Schoole of Abuse, In Defence
of Poetry .y Musick, and Stage Plays. By Thomas Lodge.

[n.d., about 1582.]

With Introduction and Notes. [By David Laing.] London : Printed for the Shakespeare
Society, [i vol. 8vo] 1853.

4669. Clinton, Purser, & Arnold To their Countreymen whereso-
ever. Wherein is defcribed by their own hands their unfeigned penitence
for their offences paft : their patience in welcoming their Death, and their
duetiful minds towardes her most excellent Majestie. London. Imprinted
by John JVolfe., and are to be fold at the middle Oiop in the Poultry,
joyning to S. Mildredes Church. [n.d., about 1583.]

Reprint, by J. Payne Collier, [i vol. 4to, n.d.. about 1867.]



iSnglisij 5^t)'ifefspfnnann. 145

4670. The Anatomie of Abuses : contayning A Discoverie, or
briefe Summarie, of fuch Notable Vices and Imperfe£tions, as now raigne
in many Chriftian Countreyes of the Worlde, but (efpeciallie) in a verie
famous Ilande called Aiigna: Together with moft fearefull Examples
of Gods Judgementes, executed upon the wicked for the fame, afwell in
Aiigna of late, as in other places elfe-where. Uerie godly to be read
of all true Christians everie where^ but most needefuU to be regarded in
Englande. Made dialogue-wife by Phillip Stubbes. Seene and allowed,
according to order. . . . Printed at London, by Richard Jones.

I. Maij, 1583.

Reprint, by J. Payne Collier. Miscellaneous Tracts, No. 1 1, [i vol. 410, n.d., about 1869.]

4671. \_A treatise of the airt of Scottis Poesie : By K. James. From]
The Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of Poesie. Imprinted at
Edinburgh, by Thomas VautrouUier. 15^4-

Reprint, in The Arte of English Poesie. Edited by Joseph Haslewood. Vol. 2. London :
Triphook. [i vol. 4to] 1815.

4672. The Myrrovr of Modestie, wherein appeareth as in a perfect
Glasse howe the Lorde deliuereth the innocent from all imminent perils,
and plagueth the bloudthirftie hypocrites with deferued punifhments.
Shewing that the graie headesof dooting adulterers shall not go with grace
to the graue, neither shall the righteous be forsaken in the dale of trouble.
By R. G. Maifter of Artes. C Imprinted at London by Roger Warde,
dwelling at the figne of the Talbot neere vnto Holburne Conduit. 1584.

i?^^n«r, /« Illustrations of Old English Literature. Edited by J. Payne Collier. Vol. 3. London:
Privately Printed. [l vol. 410] 1866.
By Robert Greene. — Introduction, p. i.

4673. An Alarum against Vsurers. Containing tryed experiences
against worldly abuses. . . . Heerevnto are annexed the delectable historie
of Forbonius and Prisceria : with the lamentable Complaint of Truth ouer
England, Written by Thomas Lodge, of Lincolnes Inne, Gentleman. . . .
Imprinted at London by T. Este, for Sampson Clarke. 1584.

With Introduction and Notes. [By David Laing]. London : Printed for the Shakespeare Society.
[i vol. 8vo] 1853.

4674. The Dramatic and Poetical Works of George Peele.

[About 1584-1598.]

with Memoir of the Author and Notes by Alexander Dyce. London ; Routledge. [i vol. 8vo]
1861.

The Works of Robert Greene are included in the same volume.

4675. The Primrofe of London with her valiant aduenture on the
Spanifh coaft, beeing of the burthen of 150. Tunne. . . . H Imprinted at
London for Thomas Nelfon. i5^5'

Ashbee's Occasional Fac-simile Reprints, No. 20. London, [i vol. 4to] 1871.



146 Stafefispcarc ifHnnotial Hibrarj?, l^irmtngtam.

4676. The Trivmph of Trueth, manifefting the aduanceme[n]t of
Vertue, and the ouerthrow of Vice. Wherin Youth is admonifhed to
withdrawe his afFedtion from the vain feducements of Fancie.



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