|Author:||Kyffin, Maurice, d. 1599.|
|Title:||The blessednes of Brytaine, or A celebration of the Queenes holyday. Wherein is briefly discoursed the most happy regiment of her Highnes. Newly set foorth vvith a nevv addition containing the late accidents and occurrents of this yeere 88. being the thirtieth of hir Maiesties raigne. By M. Kyffin. Published with authoritie.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The blessednes of Brytaine, or A celebration of the Queenes holyday. Wherein is briefly discoursed the most happy regiment of her Highnes. Newly set foorth vvith a nevv addition containing the late accidents and occurrents of this yeere 88. being the thirtieth of hir Maiesties raigne. By M. Kyffin. Published with authoritie.
Kyffin, Maurice, d. 1599.
London: Printed by [John Windet for] Iohn VVolfe, 1588.
|Alternate titles:||Blessednes of Brytaine Celebration of the Queenes holyday.|
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Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Elizabeth, -- I, -- Queen of England, -- 1533-1603 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HONO∣rable Sir Robert Devreux Knight, Erle of Essex and Ewe, Vicount Hereford, and Bourgchier, Lord Ferrers of Chartleigh, Bourgchier and Lovain, and Maister of her Maiesties Horse.
To the Reader.
In praise of this booke, and the Author.
In commendation of this worke, and the writer.
In commendation of his friend M. Kyffin.
THE BLESSEDNES OF BRYTAINE.
A CONTINVATION OF the Blessednes of Brytain, Comprehen∣ding the Thirtieth yeere of her Maiesties Raigne. 1588.
A Monsieur M. Kyffin Poëte: Sonet.