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Fri Mar 21 17:02:31 2014 UTClccn-n840874500.00Autograph letter signed from L.C. Thompson, London, to W.R. Cutter, Librarian0.731.00Select poems of Sir John Davies. With a life of the author,100230164John_Davies_(poet)n 840874501098914Dauies, John, Sir, 1569-1626Davis, John 1569-1626Davis, John, Sir, 1569-1626Davys, John 1569-1626Davys, John, Sir, 1569-1626Unworthy (but happy) proselite of religion and morality, 1569-1626lccn-n50083266Surrey, Henry HowardEarl of1517?-1547lccn-n79060999Raleigh, WalterSir1552?-1618lccn-n79021902Bullett, Gerald1893-1958edtlccn-n79018045Sidney, Philip1554-1586lccn-n50019425Wyatt, ThomasSir1503?-1542lccn-n50032812Grosart, Alexander Balloch1827-1899edtlccn-n50016613Sanderson, James L.lccn-n78088956Marlowe, Christopher1564-1593trllccn-n80005122Krueger, Robert1935-othedtviaf-248026675Nemser, RubyothedtDavies, JohnSir1569-1626HistoryPoetrySourcesChurch historyMusical settingsIrelandDavies, John,--Sir,English poetryEnglish literature--Early modernGreat BritainSoulImmortalityEnglandLaw reports, digests, etcLawTaxationPrerogative, RoyalEnglish poetry--Early modernCommon lawPolitical scienceInternational relationsGreville, Fulke,--Baron Brooke,Bowers, FredsonBritishTariffPleadingCommercial lawElegiac poetry, LatinCatholic ChurchColonizationAyresDanceCountry dancingInternal revenueEpigrams, EnglishEnglish essays--Irish authorsViol and lute musicSongs, EnglishSongs with instrumental ensembleReligious poetry, EnglishSelf-knowledge, Theory ofMan-woman relationshipsRome (Empire)Love poetry, LatinPart songs, EnglishChoruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with organChoruses, Secular (Mixed voices, 4 parts) with organKrueger, Robert,Land tenureFielding, Henry,ImmoralityEnglish wit and humorAcrosticsConstitutional lawLaw--Political aspects156916261590159115941596159815991600160216031605160716081609161016111612161316151616161816191620162216281630163416401650165116531656165716581659166016631664166616741677168716881689169717041705170817101714171517161733174417471749175117591760176117621770177117731774178617871792179317951810181618191826182918301831185018581859186018621865186818691870187618781882188518901897190319071913191619211922192319251933193719411942194519471951195619571960196119621964196619671968196919701971197219731974197519771978197919801981198319841985198819921994199720012002200320052009201313083318962821.308PR2242.D2ocn003597120ocn457446786ocn013495823ocn062575499ocn848164799ocn460996364123620ocn000249106book19470.37Bullett, GeraldSilver poets of the sixteenth century"English poetry, after the splendid summer sun of Chaucer had set, entered early into a rather wintry phase, in which a stirring of folk poetry and Skelton's odd 'flytings and vituperations' were almost the only relief ... It was a time of welcome renewal--of language, new fancies, new conceits--a looking into the face of nature. New learning, new culture were abroad; freshness touched the sonnets of Wyatt, Sidney, Howard and Ralegh as they penned and composed this excitingly new literary form. In this garden of a world, the poets turned to love as their theme and played upon it with virtuosity--from lines of great artistry and verbal felicity to poems of deep and true feeling."+-+376742159658467ocn011846407book16970.81Davies, JohnThe original, nature, and immortality of the soul a poem : with an introduction concerning humane knowledge4889ocn001921698book19750.66Davies, JohnThe poems of Sir John Davies+-+716276346548319ocn001955522book19450.73Davies, JohnOrchestra; or, A poem of dancingPoetry47850ocn022864969file15990.81Davies, JohnNosce teipsum this oracle expounded in two elegies, 1. Of humane knowledge, 2. Of the soule of man, and the immortalitie thereofPoetry34420ocn065321865file16120.90Davies, JohnA discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was neuer entirely subdued nor brought vnder obedience of the crowne of England, vntill the beginning of His Maiesties happie raigneHistory33220ocn065327294file16560.88Davies, JohnThe question concerning impositions, tonnage, poundage, prizage, customs, &c fully stated and argued from reason, law, and policy : dedicated to King James in the latter end of his reign27912ocn058542701file16740.88Davies, JohnLes reports des cases & matters en ley, resolves & adjudges en les courts del roy en IrelandSources2624ocn060730996file18650.86Brunker, ThomasA digest of all the reported cases decided in the superior and other courts of common law in Ireland and in the Court of Admiralty : from Sir John Davies reports to the present time : with references to the statutes and general orders of court2533ocn060714446file0.84Davies, JohnThe works in verse and prose (including hitherto unpublished MSS) of Sir John Davies for the first time collected and edited, with facsimiles, memorial introductions and notesHistory2255ocn016681301book19880.81Davies, JohnA discovery of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued and brought under obedience of the crown of England until the beginning of His Majesty's happy reign (1612)History2195ocn013442786score19700.86Maynard, JohnThe XII wonders of the world : 1611Musical settings21428ocn642391924com17860.79Davies, JohnHistorical tracts by Sir John Davies, Attorney General, And Speaker Of The House Of Commons In Ireland ; Consisting of I.A discovery of the true cause why Ireland was never brought under obedience of The Crown Of England. 2. A Letter To The Earl Of Salisbury ON The State Of Ireland, In 1607. 3. A Letter To The Earl Of Salisbury, In 1610 ; Giving AN Account Of The Plantation In Ulster. 4. A speech to the Lord-Deputy in 1613, Tracing The Ancient Constitution Of AtIreland. To which is prefixed a new life of the author, From Authentic DocumentsHistory21220ocn642391921com17330.76Davies, JohnA poem on the immortality of the soul. By Sir John Davis. To which is prefixed an essay upon the same subject, by Dr. Thomas Sheridan. Together with Historical relations concerning Ireland. By Sir John DavisHistory1876ocn002882781book19410.84Davies, JohnThe poems of Sir John Davies, reproduced in facsimile from the first editions in the Henry E. Huntington library and art gallery17212ocn014944486book18690.73Davies, JohnThe works in verse and prose (including hitherto unpublished MSS) of Sir John DaviesHistorySources1654ocn015501091book16510.88Coke, EdwardA perfect abridgement of the eleaven bookes of the reports of the reverend and learned Kt. Sr. Edw. Coke ... whereunto is annexed two perfect tables1643ocn015601408book16590.88Davies, JohnJus imponendi vectigana, or, The learning touching customs, tonnage, poundage, and impositions on merchandizes, asserted as well from the rules of the common and civil law, as of generall reason and policy of state15711ocn012259804book16600.90Davies, JohnEngland's independency upon the papal power historically and judicially statedChurch history1555ocn002058303book19250.88OvidOvid's ElegiesPoetry6672ocn001055609book19750.53Sanderson, James LSir John DaviesCriticism, interpretation, etc3654ocn010752055book19850.86Pawlisch, Hans SSir John Davies and the conquest of Ireland : a study in legal imperialismHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+93780767053242093ocn001153841book18760.76Davies, JohnThe complete poems of Sir John Davies2082ocn012080414book19850.86Klemp, P. JFulke Greville and Sir John Davies : a reference guideCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography1226ocn065348492com17610.88Davies, JohnA discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was neuer entirely subdued, nor brought vnder obedience of the crowne of England vntill the beginning of His Maiesties happie raigne, James 1stHistory1146ocn004905117book19130.93Seemann, MargareteSir John Davies, sein leben und seine werke623ocn642391911com17140.81Davies, JohnThe original, nature, and immortality of the soul a poem : with an introduction concerning humane knowledge102ocn697681418com18760.70Sidney, PhilipComplete poems edited, with memorial- introd. and notes by Alexander B. Grosart81ocn016808712book18191.00Davies, JohnSelect poems of Sir John Davies. With a life of the author51ocn212739240score20050.81Salter, TimothyA poem of dancing : clarinet (A) doubling bass clarinet, or organ, and SATB chorusMusical settings41ocn220399857book17860.79Davies, JohnHistorical tracts by Sir John Davies, Attorney General, And Speaker Of The House Of Commons In Ireland ; Consisting of I.A discovery of the true cause why Ireland was never brought under obedience of The Crown Of England. 2. A Letter To The Earl Of Salisbury ON The State Of Ireland, In 1607. 3. A Letter To The Earl Of Salisbury, In 1610 ; Giving AN Account Of The Plantation In Ulster. 4. A speech to the Lord-Deputy in 1613, Tracing The Ancient Constitution Of AtIreland. To which is prefixed a new life of the author, From Authentic DocumentsHistory32ocn314188892book20030.47Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800Criticism, interpretation, etc+-+K77111232531ocn181695247book17590.47Davis, JohnThe original nature and immortality of the soul, a poem. With an introduction concerning human knowledge. With an account of the author's life and writingsBiography21ocn035852615book19720.92Brink, J. RSir John Davies : his life and major works21ocn011272689book19730.73Carpinelli, Francis PaulA study of renaissance literary conventions in Sir John Davie's Orchestra and Nosce teipsum11ocn726187355book19701.00Bishop, Carolyn JamesThe epigrams and satires of Sir John DaviesCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn702177426mix1.00Davies, John[The question concerning impositions, tonnage, poundage, prizage, customs, &c., temp Jac. I]Manuscript, in a single secretary hand, of a treatise arguing in favor of the king's prerogative in laying impositions upon merchandise. The treatise discusses the meanings of the words "imposition" and "merchandise"; the lawfulness of the impositions; the ancient duties and customs on commodities during the reign of King Edward I and other ancient English rulers; how King James I has used the prerogative; and the objections raised against it. The manuscript is prefaced by an address to the king, which declares that the question of his prerogative should never have been made or moved at all, but now that it has become a matter of national debate, the author will attempt to argue in favor of such impositions; the preface is signed by Davies12ocn840043803book19970.47Earnest, Melvin RoyThe philosophical poems of sir John DaviesCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn001885382book19750.47Dippel, Stewart AThe legal learning of Sir John DaviesHistory11ocn428977324book1897Thompson, L. CAutograph letter signed from L.C. Thompson, London, to W.R. Cutter, LibrarianManuscriptsDiscusses attending a conference in England. He describes a visit to Stratford where they worshiped at Shakespeare's church and visited the Shakespeare memorial house and library and saw the statue of Shakespeare. On letterhead of 732 Main Street, Woburn, Mass, but with the address Guildhall, London, E.C. on item. Letter is addressed "My Dear Sir." With one leaf of biographical information on Sir John Davies (1569-1626), written in another hand, possibly a letter fragment+-+7162763465+-+7162763465Fri Mar 21 15:11:54 EDT 2014batch37270