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SECTION XXVIII.

Reign of Henry the Seventh. Hawes. His poems. Painting
on the walls of chambers. Visions. Hawes's Pastyle of Plea-
sure. The fable analysed. Walter. Medwall. Wade.... 45

SECTION XXIX.

Barklay's Ship of Fools. Its origin. Specimens. Barklay's
Eclogues, and other pieces. Alcock bishop of Ely. Modern
Bucolics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

SECTIon XXXI.

Scotch poets continued. Gawen Douglass. His translation of
the Eneid. His genius for descriptive poetry. His Palice of
Honour, and other pieces -

SECTIon XXXII.

SECTION XXXIII.

A digression on the origin of Mysteries. Various origins assigned.
Religious dramas at Constantinople. Plays first acted in the
monasteries. This ecclesiastical origin of the drama gives rise
to the practice of performing plays in universities, colleges,
and schools. Influence of this practice on the vernacular drama.
On the same principle, plays acted by singing-boys in choirs.
Boy-bishop. Fete de Foux. On the same principle, plays
acted by the company of Parish clerks. By the Law-societies
in London. Temple-Masques

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SECTION XXXVII.

SECTION XXXVIII.

SECTION XLI.

SECTION XLII.

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