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The essayes of a prentise, in the divine art of poesie

James I King of England

The essayes of a prentise, in the divine art of poesie

Edinburgh. 1585. A counterblaste to tobacco. London, 1604

by James I King of England

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Published in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Early works to 1800,
  • Tobacco use,
  • Poetry

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCounterblaste to tobacco.
    SeriesEnglish reprints -- v. 5 [no. 19]
    The Physical Object
    Pagination120 p.
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25530191M
    OCLC/WorldCa483609

    James I, King of England, The essayes of a prentise, in the divine art of poesie. (Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co., ) (page images at HathiTrust) James I, King of England, The essayes of a prentise, in the divine art of poesie. Edinburgh.   Other works by King James:: The Essayes of a Prentise in the Divine Art of Poesie, (also called Some Reulis and Cautelis), ; His Majesties Poeticall Exercises at Vacant Houres, ; (Lepanto, poem); Daemonologie, ; The True Law of Free Monarchies, ; Basilikon Doron, ; A Counterblaste to Tobacco, ; An Apologie for the Oath /5(5).

    [Ane schort | Treatise, | conteining some revlis | and cautelis to be obseruit and | eschewit in Scottis | Poesie, was issued in the volume of The Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of Poesie, printed at Edinburgh by Thomas Vautroullier in The text is taken from the copy which was formerly in the possession of the poet William. James VI & I’s most popular book is Demonology. The Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of Poesie. Edinburgh. A Counterblast to Tobacco. London, by. A Royal Rhetorician: A Treatise on Scottis Poesie, A Counterblaste to Tobacco, Etc., Etc. by. James VI & I.

    Richards considers the continuity between Harvey's work as both a writer and a reader in relation to his annotations of James VI's Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of Poesie (Edinburgh, ). Thistlethwayte’s copy of James VI of Scotland’s first published work, Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of Poesie (). In this copy, the printed anthology is supplemented by a number of manuscript poems, making the book a unique witness to the transmission and reception of James’s poetry in Scottish elite circles.


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The Scottish Literary Renaissance Reborn: A re-evaluation of the cultural directives of King James VI, as defined in his Essayes of a Prentise in the Divine Art of Poesie () Gillian Sargent: For the Degree of Master of Philosophy (Research) Department of Scottish Literature (Faculty of Arts).

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Sargent, Gillian () The Scottish literary renaissance reborn: a re-evaluation of the cultural directives of King James VI, as defined in his 'Essayes of a Prentise in the Divine Art of Poesie' (). MPhil(R) thesis, University of Glasgow. Full text available as.

Having succeeded in establishing his press in Edinburgh inVautrollier was patronised by James VI, and printed the first of the king's published works, The Essayes of a Prentise in the Divine Art of Poesie (), and, at the desire of the king, an English translation of Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas's History of Judith () — both.

Born in San Francisco, Robert Hass is a California poet but his poetry, translations, and essays reveal an intimacy that transcends the borders of states and nations. Author of A counter-blaste to tobacco, The political works of James I, Basilikon doron, Basilikon dōron, Original letters relating to the ecclesiastical affairs of Scotland, Minor prose works of King James VI and I, The essayes of a prentise, in the divine art of poesie.

Edinburgh. Lettre dy [sic] roy d'Angleterre, a madame la princesse de Condé. Here is the list: List of writings * The Essayes of a Prentise in the Divine Art of Poesie, (also called Some Reulis and Cautelis), * His Majesties Poeticall Exercises at Vacant Houres, Lepanto, poem * Daemonologie, Newes from Scotl.

(). The Essayes of a Prentise in the Divine Art of Poesie and A Counterblaste to Tobacco, Ed. Edward Arber (London, ) Thomas Hudson’s The Historie of Judith of Author: Gillian Sargent.

Having succeeded in establishing his press in Edinburgh inVautrollier was patronised by James VI, and printed the first of the king's published works, ‘The Essayes of a Prentise in the Divine Art of Poesie,’and, at the desire of the king, an English translation of Du Bartas's ‘History of Judith,’ —both issued ‘cum.King James VI, The Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of Poesie Anthony Munday, I Serve a Mistress Thomas Phaer, The Thirteen Books of Aeneidos, Boox 10–12 translated by Thomas Twyne ; Book 13 by Maffeo Vegio (see also The Seven First BookesThe Nyne First BookesThe Whole Twelve Bookes ) [4].