3 edition of The survey of Cornvvall. Written by Richard Carew of Antonie, Esquire found in the catalog.
The survey of Cornvvall. Written by Richard Carew of Antonie, Esquire
by Printed by S. S[tafford] for Iohn Iaggard, and are to bee sold neere Temple-barre, at the signe of the Hand and Starre in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Survey of Cornwall, Survey of Cornwall.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1197:13.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 159,  leaves|
|Number of Pages||159|
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The Life of RICHARD CAREW. THE SVRVEY OF CORNWALL. Written by Richard Carew, of Antonie, Esquire. To the Honorable, Sir Walter Ra- leigh Knight, Lord Warden of the Stannaries, Lieutenant Generall of Cornwall, &c. Get this from a library.
The survey of Cornvvall. Written by Richard Carew of Antonie, Esquire. [Richard Carew]. Richard Carew Abstract , leavesPrinter's name from cateringwhidbey.com first leaf is cateringwhidbey.com a final errata leaf and two final contents cateringwhidbey.comuction of the original in Harvard University.
Richard Carew (–) was a Cornish translator and antiquary. A county gentleman of Cornwall, he was educated at Christ Church, Oxford where he was a contemporary of Sir Philip Sydney and William Camden, and then at the Middle Temple.
He made a translation of the first five cantos of Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered (), 4/5. Survey Cornwall by Carew. You Searched For: Carew (Richard), of Antonie, Esquire. Brand new Book. "The Survey of Cornwall" from Richard Carew. Richard Carew (17 JulyEast Antony, Cornwall, England - 6 November ) was a Cornish translator and antiquary.
Seller Inventory # APC Jan 31, · The Life of Richard Carew The Life of RICHARD CAREW of Antonie Esq; By HUGH C***** Esq; RICHARD CAREW, the Celebrated Author of the Survey of Cornwall, was born of an antient Family at East-Antonie (a), the Seat of his Ancestors, in the Yearif we may credit Mr.
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The survey of Cornwall, and, An epistle concerning the excellencies of the English tongue / by Richard Carew. With the life of the author by H**** C***** Carew, Richard, [ Book, Microform:.
Written by Richard Carew, of Antonie, Esq. London, Printed by S. for John Jaggard, and are to bee Sold neere Temple-barre. at the Signe of the Hand and Starre.
4°., l59 leaves, paged on one side only. The Survey of Cornwall, and an Epistle concerning the Excellencies of the English Tongue, now first Published from the Manuscript. Full text of "The noble and gentle men of England: or, notes touching the arms and descents of the ancient knightly and gentle houses of England, arranged in their respective counties" See other formats.
Sep 26, · When Carew next appeared as an author it was in topofpraphical literature. 'The Svrvey of Cornwall. Written by Richard Carew of Antonie, Esquire,' had been long in hand, though it was not published untilthe subscription on the last leaf being 'Deo gloria, mihi gratia,April '.
Carew (Richard), of Antonie, Esquire THE SURVEY OF CORNWALL. Lacks title-page, Dedication, To the Reader, Table of the First Booke, Corrections and Table to the Second Booke.
Lacks title-page, Dedication, To the Reader, Table of the First Booke, Corrections and Table to the Second Booke. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Aug 29, · Carew was a member of the Elizabethan Society of Antiquaries, and is particularly known for his Survey of Cornwall (; N.S.), the second English county history to appear in print.
Later editions were published inandand Davies Gilbert published an index in his Cornwall, vol. 4, pp. – The survey of Cornvvall.
Written by Richard Carew of Antonie, Esquire (London: Printed by S. S[tafford] for Iohn Iaggard, and are to bee sold neere Temple-barre, at the signe of the Hand and Starre, ), by Richard Carew (HTML at EEBO TCP).
Carew, a county gentleman of Cornwall, was educated at Oxford. He made a translation of the first 5 cantos of Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered (), more correct than that of Fairfax Richard Carew (17 July - 6 November ) was a minor English poet, and a Cornish translator and antiquary.
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On 17 May Edward purchased from Henry, earl of Southampton, and Thomas Arundell, esq., son and heir of Matthew Arundell, knt., the manors of "Brodehemberye and Woolston". Broadhembury was to become the seat of the Drewe family for the next few hundred years. In the early 19th century the squire hunted regularly and Carew, in his “Survey of Cornwall”, describes the Cornish gentry gathering in each others’ houses, feasting and dancing, gambling and drinking.
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