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An eglogue vpon the death of the right honorable Sir Francis Walsingham

An eglogue vpon the death of the right honorable Sir Francis Walsingham

late principall secretarie to her Maiestie, and of her most honourable priuie councell. VVritten first in latine by Thomas Watson gentleman, and now by himselfe translated into English.

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Published by Printed by Robert Robinson in At London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Walsingham, Francis, -- Sir, -- 1530?-1590 -- Death and burial -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.

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    Other titlesMeliboeus., Eclogue upon the death of the right honorable Sir Francus Walsingham.
    GenrePoetry, Early works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1045:17.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[20] p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18593973M

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An eglogue vpon the death of the right honorable Sir Francis Walsingham: late principall secretarie to her Maiestie, and of her most honourable priuie councell.

VVritten first in latine by Thomas Watson gentleman, and now by himselfe translated into English. Get this from a library. An eglogue vpon the death of the right honorable Sir Francis Walsingham late principall secretarie to her Maiestie, and of her most honourable priuie councell.

VVritten first in latine by Thomas Watson gentleman, and now by himselfe translated into English. [Thomas Watson] -- Signatures: [A]2 B-C4. A translation, by Thomas Watson, of: Meliboeus [] (STC ). An Eclogve Vpon the death of the Right Honorable Sir Francis Walsingham Late principall Secretarie to her Maiestie, and of her most Honourable Priuie Councell.: Written first in latine by Thomas Watson and now by himselfe translated into English.

Henry John Todd: "It is 'dedicated to the most beautifull and vertuous Ladie, the Countess of Essex.'This Lady had been the wife of Sidney, and was now married to the Earl of Essex.

She was the daughter of the memorable Sir Francis Walsingham. Get this from a library. A memorable epitaph, made vpon the lamentable complaint of the people of England, for the death of the right honorable Sir Frauncis Walsingham Knight: principall secretarie of estate, chauncellor of her Maiesties court for the Dutchy of Lankaster, and one of her highnesse most honorable priuie councell.

Who deceassed at his house in London on the 7. day of Aprill last. He translated the poem into English under the title ‘An Eglogue upon the death of the Right Honorable Sir Francis Walsingham.’ Both the Latin and the English version were published inthe Latin being dedicated to Walsingham's cousin, Thomas Walsingham, and the English one to Walsingham's daughter Frances, lady Sidney.

An eclogue upon the death of Right Honorable Sir Francis Walsingham, The teares of fancy; or, Love disdained, posthumously published in ; from the unique copy in the collection of S.

Christie-Miller, esq" See other formats. An eglogue upon the death of Right Honourable Sir Francis Walsingham. The teares of fancy; or, Love disdained.

Posthumously published in From the unique copy in the collection of S. Christie-Miller, esq. (London, ), also by Thomas Watson (page images at HathiTrust). As for ‘eglogue’, or ‘eclogue’: that word, and either spelling of it, were sufficiently current by this time as a name for a species of pastoral: compare Thomas Watson's pastoral elegy, An Eglogue vpon the Death of the Right Honorable Sir Francis Walsingham (), his.

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He translated the poem into English under the title ‘An Eglogue upon the death of the Right Honorable Sir Francis Walsingham.’ Both the Latin and the English version were published inthe Latin being dedicated to Walsingham's cousin, Thomas Walsingham, and the English one to Walsingham's daughter Frances, lady Sidney.

Honorable entertainement gieuen to the Queenes Maiestie in progresse, at Eluetham in Hampshire, by the right honorable the Earle of Hertford, The () (London: Wolfe). Google Scholar Jewel, J. () An expositio[n] vpon the two epistles of the apostle S. Paul to the Thessalonians (London: Newberie).

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An illustration of text ellipses. Thomas Watson. Poems. Viz.: The 'Ekotomia or Passionate Centurie of Love () / Meliboeus, sive Ecloga Inobitum, &c. / An Eglogue upon the death of Right Honorable Sir Francis Walsingham / The Teares of Fancy or Love disdained.

Posthumously published in From the unique copy in the collection of S. Christie-Miller, Esq. [Watson, Thomas; Arber, Edward (Ed.)] on Author: Edward (Ed.) Watson, Thomas; Arber. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. The life of the Right Hon. Francis Bacon, Baron of Verula.

The Honorable Entertainement geuen to the Queenes Maiestie in Progresse, at Eluetham in Hampshire, by the right Honorable the Earle of Hertford. Newlie corrected, and amended; The Queen's Progress, September and October ; The Death of Sir Christopher Hatton, 20 November ; Close section Gift Received by Queen Elizabeth, July The next leaues thou turnest, do yeelde thee the first valiant enterprise of Sir Francis Drake vpon Nombre de Dios, the mules laden with treasure which he surprised, and the house called the Cruzes, which his fire consumed: and therewith is ioyned an action more venterous then happie of Iohn Oxnam of Plimmouth written, and confessed by a.

In Paris, too, he seems to have met Sir Francis Walsingham, who was there on a diplomatic mission in the summer of Walsingham showed an interest in Watson's literary endeavours, and after his death Watson recalled how his ‘tunes’ delighted the ears of Sir Francis while both were sojourning on the banks of the Seine.

Poems. viz.: The Hekatompathia; or Passionate centurie of love. Melibu?s sive Ecloga inobitum &c. An eglogue upon the death of Right Honorable Sir Francis Walsingham.

The teares of faney; or Love disdained. Posthumously published in From the unique copy in the collection of S. Christie Miller esq. [Leather Bound.

Get this from a library. Poems: Viz.: - The [Ekatompathia (romanized form)] or passionate centurie of love ; Meliboeus, sivè Ecloga inobitum, &c. ; An eglogue upon the death of Right Honorable Sir Francis Walsingham.

; The teares of fancy, or Love disdained. Posthumously published infrom the unique copy in the collection of S. Christie-Miller, Esq. (They include two letters to Sir Francis Walsingham in which Buckhurst apologized for using an amanuensis and explained that he had been injured by his horse and was unable to write much in his own hand.)10 10 Buckhurst’s farewell to Walsingham explains in his own handwriting that he is ‘lieng lame in my bed and therfore forced to vse my.

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Search metadata Search text contents Search TV news captions Search radio transcripts Search archived web sites Advanced Search. of the person to whom he was writing. Thus "honorable Sir" or "Your honour" referred to councillors of Walsingham's standing, while "Right honorable and Christian good lord" or "Mercifull and euen therin honor-able lord" were reserved for men of the lord treasurer's eminence.

Further clarification is usually provided by contextual evidence. Death of Sir William Durey, 18 January ; Death of Ambrose Dudley, Earl of Warwick, 21 February ; Death of Sir Francis Walsingham, 6 April ; The Queen's Summer Progress, ; Letter from Thomas Kerry to Lord Talbot, 23 October ; Letter.

Title: Certaine learned and elegant vvorkes of the Right Honorable Fulke Lord Brooke written in his youth, and familiar exercise with Sir Philip Sidney. The seuerall names of which workes the following page doth declare.

Date: An Inquisition vpon Fame and Honour. (snip) Then make the summe of our Idea's this, Who loue the world, giue. This book is a transcription of a 17th century book, to the right honourable Sir Francis Walsingham principall Secretary to her Maiestie, concerning a Westerne voyage intended for the discouery of the coast of America, lying to the Southwest of Cape Briton.

Right honourable, vpon the receit of your letters directed vnto me and deliuered. Page - Clerke was willed to call them to the barr, and soe to arraigne them, who begane first with Allfeilde. The indictment redd, he was demaunded whether he were gyltie of the matter conteyned in that Indictment.

To the which he would make noe answere and prayed that he might be hard speake; and therevppon he vsed a certen ffrivolous speache, conteyninge noe matter, the effect whereof. Posted 7/1/16 PM. Following Sussex’s death inTarlton’s company had been the Queen’s Men, of which he was the most celebrated member, and the monarch herself was technically his patron.

Sir Francis Walsingham, to whom Tarlton was to turn for help on the last day of his life, played a key role in this company’s formation. Epicedium, a funerall song, vpon the vertuous life, and godly death, of the right vvorshipfull the Lady Helen Branch.

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Various 16 th Century documents compatible with the new readings will be presented: The Coroner’s Inquest Report of Christopher Marlowe’s death, letters of Lord Burghley, Thomas Watson’s An Eclogue Upon the Death of the Right Honorable Sir Francis Walsingham, Marlowe’s plays, and Robert Persons’ An Advertisement written to a Secretary.

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Written first in latine by Thomas Watson and now by himselfe translated into English. Sir T(homas) Walsingham (c. – Aug ) was a courtier to Elizabeth I and literary patron to such poets as [T(homas) WATSO\n\], {T(homas) NASHE}, George Chapman & Christopher {MARLOE}.

He was related to Elizabeth's spymaster Francis Walsingham and the employer of Marlowe's murderer Ingram Frizer. (taken from *The Shakespeare Allusion Book* ): Let divine Bartasse, eternally praise-worthie for his weeks worke, say the best thinges were made first: Let other countries (sweet Cambridge) envie, (yet admire) my Virgil, thy petrarch, divine Spenser.

And unlesse I. With the help of the councilor Francis Walsingham, Barker successfully appealed to the Queen’s Privy Council for admission to the Stationers’ Company; soon after he. In an investigation led by Sir Francis Walsingham, the government then apparently turned up a letter of Byrd's clearly to prove this, although it did not reveal anything else that seemed incriminating.

6 Byrd was placed under a form of house arrest in November of and began to be fined for refusing to attend the Protestant church (i.e.

as a.Southeast, hauing vpon our right hand Norway, Wardhouse, Lapland, all out of sight till we came to Cape Gallant: and so sailing betweene two bayes, the two and thirtieth day after our departure from Harwich, we cast ancre at Saint Nicholas road.

In all the time of our voyage, more then the great.The Remembrance: Model Literature not Elegy The Remembrance: Model Literature not Elegy Gutierrez, Nancy A.

genre of elegy, funeral verse written on occasion of a person's death, was, in a sense, rediscovered during Elizabethan age in England. re are many reasons for this - a m o n g most prominent, importance of fame in humanist thinking and renewed interest in classical.