3 edition of Queene Elizabeths looking-glasse of grace and glory found in the catalog.
Queene Elizabeths looking-glasse of grace and glory
by Printed by E. Alde, for Ed. White dwelling nere the little north-dore of Paules, at the signe of the Gun in [London
Written in English
|Other titles||Looking-glasse of grace and glory.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1387:16.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 215,  p.|
|Number of Pages||215|
This book offers up a detailed account of Elizabeth, both in her personal life and habits and her public and working life, in great detail. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and found it hard to put down. Even for such a long (yet good read), I was disappointed to reach the end. If you want to read about Elizabeth I, this is definately the book to buy! - Explore LIMA's board "Queen Elizabeth 1" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Queen elizabeth, Elizabeth i, Tudor history pins.
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Get this from a library. Queene Elizabeths looking-glasse of grace and glory: Wherein may be seen the fortune of the faithfull: that is to say, the wrastling, victory, and reward, or the combat, conquest and crowne of Gods children. All cleerely represented according to Scripture, & illustrated by diuers notable examples of Gods seruants both men and vvomen: and likewise.
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The book titled Author: ANGELINE JANE BERNABE. Queene Elizabeths Looking-glasse of Grace and Glory, wherein may be seen the fortune of the faithfull: that is to say, the wrastling, victory, and reward, or the combat, conquest, and Crowne of Gods children, London, by E.
Allde, The Queen's Grace I really enjoyed reading this book when. I was younger but I did not like it as much now that I am older. Mostly because my opinion of Thomas Seymour has changed. I thought that she showed Thomas Seymour to be more intelligent than he really was/5.
The Faerie Queene is an English epic poem by Edmund I–III were first published inand then republished in together with books IV–VI.
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I highly recommend this to Goodreads First Reads for my copy of this great book/5(26). elizabeth. by the grace of god. queen of england, fraunce and ireland, and of virginia, defender of the faith etc.
her most humble servaunt. edmvnd spenser. doth in all humilitie. dedicate, present, and consecrate these his labovrs. to live with the eternitie of her fame.
* * * * * the first booke of. the faerie queene. containing. the legende. 'Queene Elizabeths Looking-glasse of Grace and Glory, wherein may be seen the fortune of the faithfull: that is to say, the wrastling, victory, and reward, or the combat, conquest, and Crowne of Gods children,' &c., London, by E.
Allde,12mo (Brit. Mus.) 4. Elizabeth thy Servant, our Queen and Governor, that, in all her thoughts, words, and works, she may ever seek thy honour and glory, and study to preserve thy people committed to her charge, in wealth, peace, and godliness: grant this, O merciful Father, for thy dear Son's sake, Jesus Christ our Lord.
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"Monarchy is God's sacred mission to grace and dignify the Earth," her elderly grandmother, Queen Mary II, tells Elizabeth early in. mirrors into his text by calling Queen Elizabeth I a "Goddess heauenly bright, / Mirrour of grace and Maiestie diuine" ( ). 4 Thus, Spenser’s overt adulation of his queen as the very image of Grace itself has an equally overt function of flattery in the courtly tradition.
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A decisive shift of taste toward a fluent artistry self-consciously displaying its own grace and sophistication was announced in the works of Spenser and Sidney.
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