|Title:||The famous history of Valentine and Orson being the two only sons of the Emperour of Greece : deciphering their wonderful births, their valiant atchievements, their heroical minds, and their noble enterprises : drawn up in a short volume ... / written by Laurence Price.|
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The famous history of Valentine and Orson being the two only sons of the Emperour of Greece : deciphering their wonderful births, their valiant atchievements, their heroical minds, and their noble enterprises : drawn up in a short volume ... / written by Laurence Price.
L. P. (Laurence Price), fl. 1625-1680?
London: Printed for William Whitwood ..., 1673.
|Alternate titles:||Valentin et Orson (French romance). English.|
The Famous HISTORY OF Valentine and Orson.
Chap. I. How the Lady Bellisant, sister to King Pepin, was solemnly married to the Emperour of Greece, and how they departed towards Constantinople.
Chap. II. Of the treachery Practised by the Arch-Priest of Constantinople, against the fair Empress Bellisant.
Chap. III. How the Empress Bellisant, being banished by the Emperour, travelled into France, and the strange births of Valentine and Orson.
Chap. IV. How Valentine conquered Orson, and brought him to the Royal Court of his Ʋncle King Pepin.
Chap. V. How Valentine and Orson went to assist the the Duke of Aquitain: where Orson conquered the Green Knight.
Chap. VI. How the Treason of the Arch-Priest was dis∣covered, and how the Emperour re-called the Lady Bellisant from banishment.