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THE PLOUGHEE nerende father Master hed in ye Shrouds at pa xviii daye of January XLviii.
EN GOSSON, S HOOLE OF ABUSE live against Poets, Piper Caterpillers of a Commo n of Defiance to their m is ing their Bulwarkes, by on, and common experien for gentlemen that fa
all that wyll follow 579. OLOGIE OF THE SOHC ts. Pipers, and their E e] 1579. HILIP SIDNEY. LOGIE FOR POETRIE. le, vertuous, and learned S London, 1595.
tion of a great English Epic, . .
II. BEAUTIES IN THE SEVERAL BOOKS.
CAREFULLY EDITED BY
EDWARD A RBER,
Beady. 1. JOHN MILTON.
(1) A decree of Starre-Chamber, concerning Printing, made the eleuenth day of July last past. London, 1637.
(2) An Order of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the regulating of Printing, &c. London, 14 June, 1643.
(3) AREOPAGITICA; A speech of Mr. John Milton for the liberty of Vnlicenc'd Printing, to the Parlament of England. London (24 November], 1644. Sixpence.
2. HUGH LATIMER, Bp. of Worcester,
SERMON ON THE PLOUGHERS. A notable Sermon of ye reuerende father Master Hughe Latimer, whiche he preached in ye Shrouds at paules churche in London, on the xviii daye of Januarye. The yere of oure Loorde MDXLviii.
3. STEPHEN GOSSON, Stud. Oxon.
(1) THE SCHOOLE OF ABUSE. Conteining a pleasaunt invective against Poets, Pipers, Plaiers, Jesters, and such like Caterpillers of a Commonwealth ; Setting up the Flagge of Defiance to their mischievous exercise, and ouerthrowing their Bulwarkes, by Prophane Writers, Naturall reason, and common experience. A discourse as pleasaunt for gentlemen that fauour learning, as profitable for all that wyll follow vertue. London [August ?] 1579.
(2) AN APOLOGIE OF THE SCHOOLE OF ABUSE, against Poets, Pipers, and their Excusers. London, [December 2] 1579.
4. Sir PHILIP SIDNEY.
AN APOLOGIE FOR POETRIE. Written by the right noble, vertuous, and learned Sir Phillip Sidney, Knight. London, 1595.