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3 edition of The valiant actes and victorious battailes of the English nation: from the yeere of our Lord, one thousand three hundred twentie and seuen: being the first yeare of the raigne of the most mightie Prince Edvvard the third, to the yeere 1558. Also, of the peaceable and quiet state of England, vnder the blessed gouernement of the most excellent and vertuous Princesse Elizabeth: a compendious declaration written by C.O. And newly translated out of Latine verse into English meeter. By I.S. found in the catalog.

The valiant actes and victorious battailes of the English nation: from the yeere of our Lord, one thousand three hundred twentie and seuen: being the first yeare of the raigne of the most mightie Prince Edvvard the third, to the yeere 1558. Also, of the peaceable and quiet state of England, vnder the blessed gouernement of the most excellent and vertuous Princesse Elizabeth: a compendious declaration written by C.O. And newly translated out of Latine verse into English meeter. By I.S.

Christopher Ocland

The valiant actes and victorious battailes of the English nation: from the yeere of our Lord, one thousand three hundred twentie and seuen: being the first yeare of the raigne of the most mightie Prince Edvvard the third, to the yeere 1558. Also, of the peaceable and quiet state of England, vnder the blessed gouernement of the most excellent and vertuous Princesse Elizabeth: a compendious declaration written by C.O. And newly translated out of Latine verse into English meeter. By I.S.

by Christopher Ocland

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Published by Printed by Robert Walde-graue in At London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- History -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAnglorum prælia, ab anno Domini. 1327. anno nimirùm primo inclytiss. principis Eduardi eius nominis tertii, usque ad annum Do. 1558. carmine summatim perstricta., Elizabeth Queene., Valiant actes and victorious battailes of the English nation: from the yeere of our Lord, one thousand three hundred twentie and seven: being the first yeare of the raigne of the most mightie Prince Edward the third, to the yeere 1558., De pacatissimo Angliæ statu. Part 1. English.
    GenrePoetry, Early works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 550:3.
    ContributionsOcland, Christopher, d. 1590?, Sharrock, John.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[128] p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18780548M


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The valiant actes and victorious battailes of the English nation: from the yeere of our Lord, one thousand three hundred twentie and seuen: being the first yeare of the raigne of the most mightie Prince Edvvard the third, to the yeere 1558. Also, of the peaceable and quiet state of England, vnder the blessed gouernement of the most excellent and vertuous Princesse Elizabeth: a compendious declaration written by C.O. And newly translated out of Latine verse into English meeter. By I.S by Christopher Ocland Download PDF EPUB FB2