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#Churchyards challenge#

##Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604.## Churchyards challenge Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604.

##General Summary##

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This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing financial support to the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership. This Phase I text is available for reuse, according to the terms of Creative Commons 0 1.0 Universal. The text can be copied, modified, distributed and performed, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.

Major revisions

  1. 2003-05 TCP Assigned for keying and markup
  2. 2003-06 SPi Global Keyed and coded from ProQuest page images
  3. 2003-07 Judith Siefring Sampled and proofread
  4. 2003-07 Judith Siefring Text and markup reviewed and edited
  5. 2003-08 pfs Batch review (QC) and XML conversion

##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. To the right honourable Sir Iohn VVolley Knight, Secretary for the Latin tung to the Queenes Maiestie, and one of her priuie Councell: Thomas Churchyard wisheth increase of honor, blessednes of life, and abundance of worldly felicitie, and heauenly happines.

  2. To the worthiest sorte of People, that gently can reade, and iustly can iudge. My next booke shalbe the last booke of the Worthines of Wales.And my last booke called my Vltimum Va

  3. Heere followes the seuerall matters contained in this booke.

  4. The bookes that I can call to memorie alreadie Printed: are these that followes.

  5. A new kinde of a Sonnet.

#####Body#####

  1. THE EARLE OF MVRTONS Tragedie, once Regent of Scotland, and alwaies of great birth, great wisedome, great wealth, and verie great power and credite: yet Fortune enuying his estate and noblenes, brought him to lose his head on a Skaffold in Edenbrough the second of Iune. 1581.

  2. SIR SIMON BVRLEIS TRAGEDIE, who liued in the xi. yeare of Richarde the seconde. Looke Frozard the last part Fol. 108.

  3. THE MAN IS BVT his Minde.

    _ TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPfull my singular good friend, Sir Iohn Skidmoer, one of the Liefetenants of Haruordshire. AS I was reading in the delightfull discourses of Ieronimus Cardanus his comforts, among many pleasaTO THE RIGHT WORSHIPfull si• Edward Dimmocke Knight, & Champion by byrth to the Queenes Maiestie.I w _ TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPfull si• Edward Dimmocke Knight, & Champion by byrth to the Queenes Maiestie.

    _ A Discourse of true Manhoode. TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPfull my singular good friend, sir Michaell Blount Knight, Lieutenant of the Towr _ TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPfull my singular good friend, sir Michaell Blount Knight, Lieutenant of the Towre.

    _ A VVARNING TO THE VVANderers abroad, that seekes to sow dissention at home.

  4. THE HONOR OF A Souldier. TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPfull, Sir Iohn Sauage Knight, one of the Lieutenants of Cheshire.MY good and aff _ TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPfull, Sir Iohn Sauage Knight, one of the Lieutenants of Cheshire.

    _ A Discourse of Gentlemen lying in London, that were better keepe house at home in their Countrey.

  5. A Discourse of an old Souldiour and a young.

    _ To the right Worshipfull Sir Henry Kneuet Knight, one of the Lieutenants of Willshire. THere is a strife, a swéete dispute I troe,Betwene two sorres, of men in these our daies:On which de

  6. A DISCOVRSE OF CALAMITY.

    _ To the right VVorshipfull my singuler good friend Sir William Hatton knight.

    _ A Discription or Discourse, that declareth how that by tasting of miseries, men are become happie: written for that souldiers alwayes beares the burthen of sorrow and suffers more calamitie then any other people.

  7. A Commendation to them that can make gold, shewing that many heretofore hath found out the Philosophers stone.

    _ To the right VVorshipfull my vvorthie greate friend, Sir Iohn Russell knight, one of the Lieuetenants of Worcester Shire.

    _ A Commendation to them that can make gold, shewing that many heretofore hath found out the Philosophers stone.

    _ Mercurius Tres migistus king of the Egiptianes.

  8. Heere follovves the Tragedie of Shores VVife, much augmented with diuers newe aditions.

    _ To the right honorable the Lady Mount Eagle and Compton, wife to the right honourable the Lord of Buckhursts son and heire.

    _ Heere followes the Tragedie of Shores wife, much augmented with diuers new aditions. A Story of an Eagle and a Lady, excellently set out in Du Bartas.MOunt Eagle vp, with fame and honou _ A Story of an Eagle and a Lady, excellently set out in Du Bartas. TO THE HONOVRABLE MY LADIE Carie. Sir George Caries wife, one of the Ladies of the priuie chamber.HA _ TO THE HONOVRABLE MY LADIE Carie. Sir George Caries wife, one of the Ladies of the priuie chamber.

    _ A TRAGICAL DISCOVRSE OF THE Haplesse mans life.

  9. A DREAME.

    _ To the right worshipfull my good Lady the Lady Paulet, who was wife to the honorable sir Hugh Paule• Knight. A Dreame I had the straungest thing,that euer man might meet:Me thought I bore amid a King,a faire fTo the right honourable my Lady Puckering, wife to the most honorable the L. keeper of the great sea _ To the right honourable my Lady Puckering, wife to the most honorable the L. keeper of the great seale of England. LOng time in sute, and seruice gets some grade,Long crauing gaines, both crust and crome ye know:LonTo the right worshipfull the Ladie Anderson, wife to the right honorable Lord chiefe Iustice of the _ To the right worshipfull the Ladie Anderson, wife to the right honorable Lord chiefe Iustice of the common Pleas.

    _ A few plaine verses of truth against the flaterie of time, made when the Queens Maiestie was last at Oxenford. To the right Worshipfull my Ladie Fortescue, wife to the right honourable Sir Iohn Fortescue Knight. _ To the right Worshipfull my Ladie Fortescue, wife to the right honourable Sir Iohn Fortescue Knight. Verses of value, if Vertue bee seene,Made of a Phenix, a King, and a Queene.MY Phenix once, was wont

  10. This is taken out of Belleau made of his own Mistresse.

  11. This is to be red fiue waies. TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPfull, my Ladie Brocket, wife to Sir Iohn Brocket knight, one of the Lieutenants _ TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPfull, my Ladie Brocket, wife to Sir Iohn Brocket knight, one of the Lieutenants of Hartford Shire.

    _ A FAREVVELL VVHEN I VVENT to studie, written to the VVorld.

  12. A Tragicall Discourse of a dolorous Gentlewoman, dedicated to all those Ladyes that holdes good name precious. To the right Worshipfull my Ladie Wawllar, wife to the Souldioer-like Knight Sir VVater Wawllar.I Ha _ To the right Worshipfull my Ladie Wawllar, wife to the Souldioer-like Knight Sir VVater Wawllar.

    _ A DOLLFVLL DISCOVRSE OF A great Lorde and a Ladie. Translated out of French into English.

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