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Sir Beuis of Hampton

Sir Beuis of Hampton

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Published by Printed by Richard Bishop in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beuve de Hanstone (Legendary character) -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSir Bevis of Hampton., History of Sir Bevis of Hampton., Beuve de Hanstone.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 563:2.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[68] p.
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18857031M

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Hampton, T.The sailor's world, by Captain T. Hampton; illustrations by John Horsley David & Charles Newton Abbot Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. This bibliography indicates the spread of the popularity of the story of Sir Bevis of Hampton.

Manuscripts: Cambridge University Library, MS Ff Late fifteenth/ early sixteenth century. Complete. Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College, MS / Second half fifteenth century. Incomplete.

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From Palladis Tamia. Francis Meres (). Gregory Smith, ed. Elizabethan Critical Essays. Sir Lancelot of the Lake, the Knight of th’Sun, Sir Triamour, Sir Beuis, and sir Guy, Fowre sonnes of Amon, hors’d so gallantly, And all the old worlds worthy men at armes, That did reuenge faire Ladies wrongs and harmes, The Monster slayers, and the Gyant killers, With all the rest of Mars his braue well-willers, Which to rehearse I neuer.

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Introduction to the Squyer Meldrum Poems: FOOTNOTES 1 Lewis, belonged to Squire Meldrum of Cleish and Binns, celebrated in a Poem of Sir David Lyndsay of the Mount while the third text of Douce RBeuis of Hampton, has lost its date but was printed in Aberdeen by James Nicol; it appears to use the same type as the Meldrum poems and.

O sir, holde your peace: a fellow neuer comes to his answere before the offence be committed. Wherfore if I in the beginning of my Book should haue come off with a long Apologie to excuse my selfe, it were all one, as if a theefe going to steale a horse, should deuise by the waie as he went, what to speake when he came at the gallows.

Thou mightst with Guy & Beuis bold in martiall praise haue shared, And Odcombe might with Hampton, & with Warwick haue co ̄ pared. Oh then my Muse a higher pitch had flowne, and had thee set All pari to Sir Lancelot tho, before Sir Dagonnet. Shuffelton’s suggestion that Rate, the presumed author/scribe of A, “may be evoking another famous romance hero, Bevis (or Beuis) of Hampton, who is not otherwise connected to this story” (p.

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