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HISTORY OF ENGLISH POETRY,
CLOSE OF THE ELEVENTH
COMMENCEMENT OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.
TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED,
1. OF THE ORIGIN OF ROMANTIC FICTION IN EUROPE.
THOMAS WARTON, B.D.
FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, OXFORD, AND OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES, AND LATE
PROFESSOR OF POETRY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.
A NEW EDITION
WITH NUMEROUS ADDITIONAL NOTES BY THE LATE MR. RITSON,
THE LATE DR. ASHBY, MR. DOUCE,
BY THE EDITOR.
IN FOUR VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR THOMAS TEGG, 73, CHEAPSUDE.
PR 501 W3 1824 7.4
Page. METRICAL versions of Scripture. Archbishop Parker's Psalms
in metre. Robert Crowley's puritanical poetry
Early piety of king Edward the Sixth. Controversial ballads
Reign of queen Mary. Mirrour for Magistrates. Its inventor,
Sackville lord Buckhurst. His life. Mirrour for Magistrates continued by Baldwyn and Ferrers. Its plan and stories.... 33
Sackville's Induction to the Mirrour for Magistrates. Examined.
A prelude to the Fairy Queen. Comparative view of Dante's
Sackville's Legend of Buckingham in the Mirrour for Magistrates.
Additions by Higgins. Account of him. View of the early editions of this Collection. Specimen of Higgins's Legend of Cordelia, which is copied by Spenser