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Anglorum Praelia ab anno Domini. 1327.usque ad annum Domini. 1558. Carmine summatim perstricta. Item. De pacatissimo Angliae statu, imperante Elizabetha, compendiosa Narratio.Haec duo Poemata.Hiis Alexandri Nevilli Kettum by  Christopher [d. 1590?] OCKLAND - 1582 - from D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB) and Biblio.com

Anglorum Praelia ab anno Domini. 1327.usque ad annum Domini. 1558. Carmine summatim perstricta. Item. De pacatissimo Angliae statu, imperante Elizabetha, compendiosa Narratio.Haec duo Poemata.Hiis Alexandri Nevilli Kettum

by OCKLAND, Christopher [d. 1590?]

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London: Ralph Newbery, assign of Henry Bynneman, 1582., 1582. 3 Parts with separate titles. 8vo. [ff. 64]; [ff. 24]incl. blank M4; pp. 8 p.l., 97, [7]. woodcut royal arms on A3v. printer's device on titles. woodcut ornaments & initials. 18th century paneled calf, rebacked (title & last leaf soiled & with small marginal tears, hole in blank M4). from the library of antiquary and book-collector Maurice Johnson [1688-1755]. few old ms. notations. One of several editions dated 1582, this one distinguished by the last line on N1v beginning 'meis'. Ockland's historical poem on the battles of England, originally published in 1558, was appointed by Queen Elizabeth and her privy council to be received and taught in every grammar and free school throughout the country "for the removing of such lascivious poets as are commonly read and taught in the said.schools" (see Ames, Typographical Antiquities). Also included here are Ockland's poem, new in 1582, on Queen Elizabeth's pacification of England, and of Alexander Neville's verse-history of Kett's Rebellion. STC 18774. NCBEL I 1131..
  • Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB) CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: elala444
  • Title: Anglorum Praelia ab anno Domini. 1327.usque ad annum Domini. 1558. Carmine summatim perstricta. Item. De pacatissimo Angliae statu, imperante Elizabetha, compendiosa Narratio.Haec duo Poemata.Hiis Alexandri Nevilli Kettum
  • Author: OCKLAND, Christopher [d. 1590?]
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: London: Ralph Newbery, assign of Henry Bynneman, 1582.
  • Date published: 1582
  • Keywords: 16TH-CENTURY ENGLISH-LITERATURE
  • Bookseller catalogs: 16th-Century;

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