Stuart tracts, 1603-1693,
with an introduction by C. H. Firth ...
|Related Names:||Firth, C. H. 1857-1936.|
New York, E. P. Dutton and Co. Ltd., [1903?]
Great Britain /
Great Britain / History /
1660.- A relation of the great sufferings and strange adventures of Henry Pitman, 1689.-A true and exact account of the retaking of a ship called the Friend's Adventure of Topsham, from the French. By Robert Lyde, 1693
By John Rushworth, 1659.- Thomas, lord Fairfax. Short memorials of some things to be cleared during my command in the army, and A short memorial of the Northern actions during the war there.- A true relation of Major-General Thomas Morgan's progress in France and Flanders with the six thousand English in the years 1657 and 1658.-England's joy, or A relation of the most remarkable passages from his Majesty's arrival at Dover to his entrance at Whitehall,
By John Saville, 1603.-Time triumphant. By Gilbert Dugdale, 1604.-The commentaries of Sir Francis Vere. Published by William Dillingham, 1657.-Sir Thomas Overbury, his observations in his travels, upon the state of the seventeen provinces, etc., 1626.- The interpreter , 1622.-The famous and wonderful recovery of a ship of Bristol, called the Exchange, from the Turkisk tyrants of Argier, 1625.-aThree to one: being an English-Spanish combat. By Richard Peeke, 1622.--A true relation of a brave strategen practiceiced uopn a sea-town in Galicia, 16263.- The sequestration of Abbot from all his ecclesiatical offices in 1627.
Sir Robert Carey. Accounts of the death of Queen Elizabeth.- The true narration of the entertainment of His Majesty from his departure from Edinburgh till his receiving at London. By T. M., 1603.- King James , his entertainment at Theobald's.
Some of the tracts have special title-pages, others only half-titles or caption titles.
"The texts ... in the present volume are reprinted with very slight alterations from the 'English garner' issued in 8 vols. (1877-1890, London ...) by Professor Arber ... The contents of the original 'Garner' have been rearranged and ... classified, under the general editorial supervision of Mr. Thomas Seccombe. Certain lacunae have been filled by the interpolation of fresh matter."--Publisher's note, p. [iv].
[iii]-xxxvi, 514 p.
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