3 edition of The conuersyon of swerers found in the catalog.
The conuersyon of swerers
by Enprynted at London, in Fletestrete, at the sygne of the Sonne, by Wynken de Worde ... in [London]
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1819:6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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While we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of Author: Stephen Hawes. Colophon reads: Thus endeth the conuersyon of swerers, made and compyled by Stephan Hawes grome of the chambre of our souereygne lorde kyng Henry the seuenth. Inprynted at London by Wyllyã Copland, for Robert Toye.
In the yere of our lorde. M.D. Signatures: title p. not marked?, A-B⁴. Reproduction of original in: National Library of. Colophon reads: Thus endeth the conuersyon of swerers, made and compyled by Stephan Hawes grome of the chambre of our souereygne lorde kyng Henry the seuenth.
Inprynted at London by Wyllyã Copland, for Robert Toye. In the yere of our lorde. M.D. Second leaf recto is another t.p. which may be hand-drawn. In verse. A2r line 7: promocion.
2 of his poems, "The True Knight" and "An Epitaph", were included in the Oxford Book of English Verse, Publications Edit Poetry Edit. The Conuersyon of Swerers: A joyfull medytacyon to all Englonde of the coronacyon of Kynge Henry the Eyght.
London: At the sygne of the Sonne, by Wynken de Worde, ; Edinburgh: Abbotsford Club, tHis book is intituled confessio amantis, that is to saye in englysshe the confessyon of the louer maad and compyled by Iohan Gower squyer.
[Enprynted at westmestre: By me willyam Caxton, and fynysshed the ij day of Septembre the fyrst yere of the regne of Kyng Richard the thyrd, the yere of our lord a thousand, CCCC, lxxxxiij]. The earliest of the records is The conuersyon of swerers,by Stephen Hawes, “groome of the chambre of our souerigne lorde Kyng Henry the.
Full text of "Stephen Hawes. The conversyon of swerers. See other formats Another undescribed edition has this colophon: " ^J Thus endeth the conuersyon of swerers made and compyled by Stephan Hawes grome of the chambre of our souereygne lorde kyng Henry the seventh.
In- prynted at London by Wyllyam Copland, for Robert Toye. PREFACE. Thetwopoemsnowreprintedarechieflyremarkablefortheirextreme rarity;althoughbyanearlywriterofallegoricalverse,whoflourishedat.
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