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Fovre Letters, and Certaine Sonnets: Especially Touching Robert Greene, and Other Parties by Him Abused: But Incidently of Diuers Excellent Persons, and Some Matters of Note. To All Courteous Mindes, That Will Voutchsafe the Reading ... [London Reprinted, 1870

Harvey, Gabriel; Collier, John Payne
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
London Imprinted by Iohn Wolfe, 1592.
Language
English
Related Title
Four letters, and certain Sonnets.
Foure letters, and certaine Sonnets.
Series
Miscellaneous Tracts. Temp. Eliz. & Jac. I.
Contents
  • A preface to courteous mindes.
  • A letter to M. Emmanuell Demetrius: with a sonnet annexed.
  • A letter to M. Christopher Bird.
  • A letter to every favourable, or indifferent reader.
  • An other letter, to the same: extorted after the rest.
  • Greene's memorial: or certaine funerall sonnets.
  • Two Latine epitaphes: the one of Mr. Greene: the other of M. John Harvey.
  • A sonnet of M. Spencer to M. Doctor Harvey.
Description
ii p., reprint: vi, [7]-81 p. 21 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • ii p. bound after t.-p. which is a part of "reprint".
  • Autograph of J. D. Coleridge on flyleaf.
  • The "Third letter," containing two supposed Shakespeare allusions (p. 29, leaf 1; p. 53, leaves 18-23) was reprinted as a New Shakespeare society publication, ser. 4, no. 1, p. 124-149.
  • A reply to Robert Greene's "A qvip for an vpstart courtier, London, 1592" (no. 3 of Collier's reprints) in the original edition of which was a satirical notice of Harvey and his brothers. Harvey's reply, published after Greene's death, was answered by Thomas Nash in "Strange newes, of the intercepting certaine letters ... London, 1592" (no. 2 of Collier's reprints)
  • Introduction signed: J. P. C. [i. e. John Payne Collier]
Series Statement
Miscellaneous tracts. Temp. Eliz. & Jac. I. [no. 5]
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