Robert Laneham's letter;
whearin, part of the entertainment vntoo the Queenz Maiesty at Killingworth Castl, in Warwik Sheer in this soomerz progress. 1575. iz signified: from a freend officer attendant in the coourt, vnto hiz freend a citizen, and merchaunt of London.
Re-edited, with forewords describing all the accessible books, tales, and ballads, in Captain Cox's list, and the Complaynt of Scotland, 1548-9 A.D., by Frederick J. Furnivall ....
|Main Author:||Laneham, Robert, active 16th century.|
|Related Names:||Furnivall, Frederick James 1825-1910.|
London, Re-pub. for the New Shakspere society, by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & co., limited, 1890.
Cox, / Captain, /
Kenilworth Castle (Kenilworth, England)
Complaynt of Scotland.
Folk songs, English.
English literature > English literature / Early modern, 1500-1700 > English literature / Early modern, 1500-1700 / Bibliography
Issued also in the Shakespeare library, 1907.
A reissue, with a few corrections and additions, of the Ballad society edition: Captain Cox, his ballads and books; or, Robert Laneham's Letter ... 1871.
With reproduction of original t.-p.
Cover dated 1887.
2 p. l., 4, v-clxxxii, 87 p.
front., illus., plates, fold. plan.
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