Catalogue of Romances of Chivalry: Novels, Tales, Allegorical Romances; Apologues, Fables, National Legends; Popular Ballads, Epic and Historical Poems; Grotesque Stories; Dances of Death; the Literature of Fiction and Imagination, from the Age of Homer to the Seventeenth Century, Volumen4

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Página 772 - Fingal, an Ancient Epic Poem, In Six Books : Together with several other Poems, composed by Ossian the Son of Fingal. Translated from the Galic Language, By James Macpherson.
Página 780 - Plantagenets Tragicall Story. Or, the Death of King Edward the Fourth; with the unnaturall Voyage of Richard the Third through the Red Sea of his Nephews innocent blood, to his usurped Crowne, by TW , Gent.
Página 766 - King Henry the sixt. Nimphidia, the Court of Fayrie. The Quest of Cinthia. The Shepheards Sirena. The Moone-Calfe. Elegies vpon sundry occasions.
Página 706 - THE SECONDE PART OF THE MIRROUR FOR MAGISTRATES [by Thomas Blennerhasset], conteining the falles of the infortunate Princes of this Lande, From the Conquest of Ctesar, vnto the commyng of Duke William the Conquerour, Richard Webster, . . . 1578— 2 vols.
Página 648 - The Mabinogion, from the Llyfr Coch O Hergest and other ancient Welsh Manuscripts, with an English Translation and Notes.
Página 747 - Letters from Egypt, Ethiopia, and the Peninsula of Sinai ; to which are added, Extracts from his Chronology of the Egyptians, with reference to the Exodus of the Israelites. By L. and JB Horner.
Página 665 - The story of the most noble and worthy kynge Arthur, the whiche was one of the worthyes chrysten, and also of his noble and valiaute knyghtes of the rounde Table. Newly imprynted and corrected mccccclvij. Imprynted at London by Wyllyam Copland.
Página 632 - The Thousand and One Nights: commonly called, in England, " THE ARABIAN NIGHTS' ENTERTAINMENTS." A New Translation from the Arabic, with copious Notes, by EDWARD WILLIAM LANE. Illustrated by many hundred Engravings on Wood, from Original Designs by WM.

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