CERTAINE LEARNED AND ELEGANT WORKES OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE FULKE LORD BROOKE, WRITTEN IN HIS YOUTH, AND FAMILIAR EXERCISE WITH SIR PHILIP SIDNEY. Fulke Greville, Baron Brooke.
CERTAINE LEARNED AND ELEGANT WORKES OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE FULKE LORD BROOKE, WRITTEN IN HIS YOUTH, AND FAMILIAR EXERCISE WITH SIR PHILIP SIDNEY
CERTAINE LEARNED AND ELEGANT WORKES OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE FULKE LORD BROOKE, WRITTEN IN HIS YOUTH, AND FAMILIAR EXERCISE WITH SIR PHILIP SIDNEY
CERTAINE LEARNED AND ELEGANT WORKES OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE FULKE LORD BROOKE, WRITTEN IN HIS YOUTH, AND FAMILIAR EXERCISE WITH SIR PHILIP SIDNEY
CERTAINE LEARNED AND ELEGANT WORKES OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE FULKE LORD BROOKE, WRITTEN IN HIS YOUTH, AND FAMILIAR EXERCISE WITH SIR PHILIP SIDNEY
CERTAINE LEARNED AND ELEGANT WORKES OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE FULKE LORD BROOKE, WRITTEN IN HIS YOUTH, AND FAMILIAR EXERCISE WITH SIR PHILIP SIDNEY

CERTAINE LEARNED AND ELEGANT WORKES OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE FULKE LORD BROOKE, WRITTEN IN HIS YOUTH, AND FAMILIAR EXERCISE WITH SIR PHILIP SIDNEY

London: Printed by E[lizabeth]. P[urslowe]. for Henry Seyle, 1633. Quarto, [2], 23-82, 298, pages.; VG; bound in late 19th century full polished red calf by Ramage, London, with his mark, paneled spine with gilt titling and stamping, gilt borders to boards; all edges gilt; gilt turn-ins, marbled paper endpapers; bookplate to ffep; lacking initial and terminal blanks;

Quires a-c were suppressed, and cancelled by quire pi.; Signatures: pi2, d-k4, l2, D-2Q4, 2R⁶, lacking pi1 and 2R6;

TP consignment; shelved case 0.

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NOTES

ESTC: S120837, STC (2nd ed.): 12361, Pforzheimer: 437;

Comprises A Treatie of Humane Learning, An Inquisition upon Fame and Honour, A Treatie of Warres, The Tragedie of Alaham, The Tragedie of Mustapha, Caelica, containing CIX, Sonnets., A Letter to an Honorable Lady, &c. and A Letter of Travell.;

In all known copies of this work the pagination begins with p. 23, signature d, quires a-c cancelled. It is generally believed that the book originally began with "A Treatie on Religion," before it was suppressed.;

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