|Title:||Encomiasticke elogies. Written by Augustine Taylor.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Encomiasticke elogies. Written by Augustine Taylor.
London: Printed by Nicholas Okes, 1614.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
To the Reader.
ENCOM. 1. TO BRITAINE.
ENCOM. 2. Consecrated to the wor∣thiest of men, IAMES by the Grace of God, King of Great Brit∣taine, France, and Ireland, &c. Truest Defendor of the Truest Faith.
ENCOM. 3. To the great and hopefull CHARLES, Prince of Great Bri∣taine and Ireland, &c.
ENCOM. 4. To ANNE, the sacred Queene of Great Brittaine, &c. Her most excellent Maiesty.
ENCOM. 5. TO TIME.
ENCOM. 6. TO ƲERTƲE.
ENCOM. 7. To the right Honourable Robert, Earle of Som∣merset, &c.
ENCOM. 8. To the right Honourable, WILLIAM Lord Mounteagle, &c.
ENCOM. 9. To the Truly-Honourable and right worthy, Sir THOMAS GER∣RARD of Brinn, Knight Barronet, one of his Maiesties Honourable Priuy Chamber, &c.
ENCOM. 10. To the Lord Arundell of Wardor, &c.
ENCOM. 11. To the Renowned Knight, Sir FRANCIS BACON his Ma∣iesties Atturney Generall, &c.
ENCOM. 12. To the right Worshipfull Alexander Presscott, Alder∣man of the Honourable Citty of LONDON.
ENCOM. 13. To the worthy Gentleman Mr. THOMAS STANDISH, (sonne and Heire to the right Worshipfull ALEXANDER STANDISH of Dux∣bury, Esquire) of Graies-Inne.
ENCOM. 14. TO POESY.