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A discourse of the Queenes Majesties entertainement in Suffolk and Norffolk

Thomas Churchyard

A discourse of the Queenes Majesties entertainement in Suffolk and Norffolk

with a description of many things then presently seene

by Thomas Churchyard

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Published by Imprinted by Henrie Bynneman, servante to the Right Honourable Sir Christofer Hatton, Vizchamberlayne in At London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesThe entertaynement of the Queenes Majestie into Suffolke and Norffolke, The Qu. Majesties entertaynement, The Queenes Majesties entertaynement
Statementdevised by Thomas Churchyarde, Gent. ; with divers shewes of his own invention sette out at Norwich and some rehearsal of hir Highnesse retourne from progresse ; whereunto is adjoyned a commendation of Sir Humfrey Gilberts ventrous journey
SeriesThree centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[88] p
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15143074M

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A discourse of the Queenes Majesties entertainment in Suffolk and Norffolk: with a description of many things then presently seene / devised by Thomas Churchyarde, Gent.

; with divers shewes of his own invention sette out at Norwich and some rehearsal of hir Highnesse retourne from progresse ; whereunto is adjoyned a commendation of Sir Humfrey Gilberts ventrous journey. Churchyard, Thomas, A Discourse of the Queenes Maiesties Entertainement In Suffolk and Norffolk: With a Description of Many Things Then Presently Seene.

Deuised by Thomas Churchyarde, Gent. with Diuers Shewes of His Own Inuention Sette Out At Norwich: and Some Rehearsal of Hir Highnesse Retourne From Progresse.

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Thomas Churchyard, A Discourse of the Queenes Maiesties Entertainment in Suffolk and Norfolk Whereunto Is Adjoyned a Comendation of Sir H. Gilberts Ventrous Journey. (London: Henry Bynneman, []), sig. Hii r. Google Scholar. Discourse of the Queenes Maiesties entertainement in Suffolk and Norffolk Responsibility: deuised by Thomas Chvrchyarde, Gent.

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A discourse of the Queenes Maiesties entertainement in Suffolk and Norffolk: with a description of many things then presently seene. Deuised by Thomas Churchyarde, Gent.

with diuers shewes of his own inuention sette out at Norwich: and some rehearsal of hir Highnesse retourne from progresse. Queenes Majesties entertaynement Responsibility: devised by Thomas Churchyarde, Gent. ; with divers shewes of his own invention sette out at Norwich and some rehearsal of hir Highnesse retourne from progresse ; whereunto is adjoyned a commendation of Sir Humfrey Gilberts ventrous journey.

In celebration of Elizabeth's progress ofChurchyard published A Disco vrse of the Queenes Maiesties entertainement in Suffolk and Norfolk Whereynto is adioyned a Commendation of Sir Humfrey Gilberts ventrous ioumey (), 4to.

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Caldwell, Ellen C, ‘John Lyly’s Gallathea: A New Rhetoric of Love for the Virgin Queen’, ELR 17 (), pp. 22– Google Scholar Churchyard, Thomas, A Discourse of the Queen’s Majesty’s Entertainment in Suffolk and Norfolk (London, STC ). The Book of Common Prayer The Elizabethan Prayer Book.

Charlottesville, A Discourse of the Queenes Majesties Entertainement in Suffolk and Norffolk. London, Creighton, Mandell. Queen Elizabeth. Edinburgh, C[rull], J[odocus]. Sir Robert de Muntenei, or Mounteney; and accordingly we find, in the Black Book of the Exchequer, that in the year the said Robert held of the said Richard three knights fees, sc.

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In his book, Propaganda and the Tudor State, John P.D. Cooper explains that "Minister and people recited antiphonal responses for the queen's deliverance from her enemies, the service concluding with collects for the queen's majesty and selections from the psalms" 2 and in Queenship and Political Discourse in the Elizabethan Realms Natalie.Researching the history of pubs, inns and hotels.

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