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#Megalopsychy, being a particular and exact account of the last XVII years of Q. Elizabeths reign, both military and civil the first written by Sir William Monson ..., the second written by Heywood Townsend, Esq. ; wherein is a true and faithful relation ... of the English and Spanish wars, from the year 1585, to the Queens death ; with a full account of the eminent speeches and debates, &c., in the said time ; to which is added Dr. Parry's tryal in the year 1584 ; all written at the time of the actions, by persons eminently acting therein.#

##Monson, William, Sir, 1569-1643.## Megalopsychy, being a particular and exact account of the last XVII years of Q. Elizabeths reign, both military and civil the first written by Sir William Monson ..., the second written by Heywood Townsend, Esq. ; wherein is a true and faithful relation ... of the English and Spanish wars, from the year 1585, to the Queens death ; with a full account of the eminent speeches and debates, &c., in the said time ; to which is added Dr. Parry's tryal in the year 1584 ; all written at the time of the actions, by persons eminently acting therein. Monson, William, Sir, 1569-1643.

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##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. TO THE READER By way of Advertiſement.

  2. Sir WILLIAM MONSON TO HIS Son JOHN.

#####Body#####

  1. A Yearly Account of the Engliſh and Spaniſh Fleets, which were ſet forth from the Year 1585, when the Wars with Spain firſt began, untill the Year 1602, when King James made his happy Entrance into this Kingdom; ſhewing the Deſigns, Eſcapes, and Errors on both Engliſh and Spaniſh ſides, with the Names of the Queens Ships and Commanders in every Expedition.

    _ A Voyage of Sir Francis Drake to the Weſt Indies, Anno Dom. 1585.

    _ The ſecond Voyage of Sir Francis Drake to the Road of Cadiz, and towards the Iſlands of Tercera, Anno 1587.

    _ The firſt Action undertaken by the Spaniards was in 1588, the Duke of Medina General, who were encountered by our Fleet, the Lord Admiral being at Sea himſelf in perſon.

    _ The Action of Portugal, 1589.

    _ A Voyage undertaken by the Earl of Cumberland, with one Ship Royal of her Majeſties, and ſix of his own, and of other Adventures, Anno Dom. 1589.

    _ Sir John Hawkins, and Sir Martin Forbiſher, their Voyage undertaken, Anno 1590.

    _ Two Fleets, the one by Ʋs, under the Lord Thomas Howard, the other by the Spaniards, Commanded by Don Alonſo de Baſſan, Anno 1591.

    _ The Earl of Cumberland to the Coaſt of Spain, 1591.

    _ A Voyage undertook by Sir Walter Rawleigh; but himſelf returning, left the Charge thereof to Sir Martin Forbiſher, Anno 1592.

    _ The Earl of Cumberland to the Coaſt of Spain, Anno Dom. 1593.

    _ Sir Martin Forbiſher, with a Fleet to Breſt in Brittany, Anno 1594.

    _ A Fleet to the Indies, Sir Francis Drake, and Sir John Hawkins Generals, wherein they adventured deeply, and died in the Voyage. Anno 1594.

    _ The Earl of Eſſex, and the Lord Admiral of England, Generals, equally, both by Sea and Land, Anno 1596.

    _ A Voyage to the Iſlands, the Earl of Eſſex General, Anno 1597.

    _ The Lord Thomas Howard Admiral to the Downs, from whence he returned in one Month, Anno 1599.

    _ Sir Richard Lewſon to the Iſlands, Anno Dom. 1600.

    _ Sir Richard Lewſon into Ireland, Anno 1601.

    _ Sir Richard Lewſon, and Sir William Monſon, to the Coaſt of Spain, Anno 1602.

    _ Sir William Monſon to the Coaſt of Spain, Anno

_ Sir Richard Lewſon and Sir William Monſon

into the Narrow Seas, Anno 1603.

  1. A true and plain DECLARATION OF THE Horrible Treaſons Practiſed by WILLIAM PARRY Againſt the Queens Majeſty; AND OF His Conviction and Execution for the ſame, The 2d. of March 1584. according to the account of England.

    _ The manner of the Arraignment of Will. Parry the 25th of February,

  2. at Weſtminſter, in the place where the Court, commonly called the Kings-Bench, is uſually kept, by vertue of her Majeſties Commiſſion of Oyer and Terminer, before Henry Lord Hunſdon Governour of Barwick, Sir Francis Knolles Knight, Treaſurer of the Queens Majeſties Houſhold, Sir James Croft Knight, Comptroller of the ſame Houſhold, Sir Chriſtopher Hatton Knight, Vice-Chamberlain to her Majeſty, Sir Chriſtopher Wray Knight, Chief Juſtice of England, Sir Gilbert Gerrard Knight, Maſter of the Rolls, Sir Edmund Anderſon Knight, Chief-Juſtice of the Common-Pleas, Sir Roger Manwood Knight, Chief-Baron of the Exchequer, and Sir Thomas Hennage Knight, Treaſurer of the Chamber.

_ An addition not unneceſſary for this purpoſe.

_ A Prayer for all Kings, Princes, Countries and People which do profeſs the

Goſpel; and eſpecially for our Soveraign Lady Queen Elizabeth: uſed in Her Majeſties Chappel, and meet to be uſed of all perſons within Her Majeſties Dominions.

_ A Prayer and Thankſgiving for the Queen, uſed of all the Knights and Burgeſſes

in the High Court of Parliament, and very requiſite to be uſed and continued of all her Majeſties loving Subjects.

_ A Prayer uſed in the Parliament onely.

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