A letter sent by Sir Iohn Svckling from France deploring his sad estate and flight

vvith a discoverie of the plot and conspiracie, intended by him and his adherents against England.

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  • D"Avenant, William, -- Sir, -- 1606-1668,
  • Suckling, John, -- Sir, -- 1609-1642

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Other titlesLetter sent by Sir John Suckling from France deploring his sad estate and flight, Letter sent by Sir John Suckling from France deploring his sad estate and flight.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 253:E.160, no. 19.
ContributionsMennes, John, Sir, 1599-1671, Norris, William, b. 1619?.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 6 p.
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Open LibraryOL16773894M

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Get this from a library. A letter sent by Sir Iohn Svckling from France deploring his sad estate and flight: vvith a discoverie of the plot and conspiracie, intended by him and his adherents against England. K.; John Mennes, Sir; William Norris]. Get this from a library.

A Letter sent by Sir Iohn Svckling from France: deploring his sad estate and flight: with a discoverie of the plot and conspiracie intended by him and his adherents against England.

[John Mennes, Sir; William Norris; John Suckling, Sir;]. Get this from a library. A letter sent by Sir Iohn Suckling from France, deploring his sad estate and flight: vvith a discoverie of the plot and conspiracie, intended by him and his adherents against England.

K.; John Mennes, Sir; William Norris]. Shortly after his escape there appeared ‘A Letter sent by Sir John Suckling from France deploring his sad Estate and Flight, with a Discoverie of the Plot and Conspiracie intended by him and his adherents against England,’ a metrical tract containing a burlesque account of the poet's life in forty-two stanzas, the manner being very much that of Sir John Mennes.

A Letter sent by Sir Iohn Svckling from France: deploring his sad estate and flight: with a discoverie of the plot and conspiracie intended by him and his adherents against England Suckling, John Sir, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 4 libraries.

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Peu de temps après sa fuite, paraît une Letter sent by Sir John Suckling from France deploring his sad Estate and Flight, with a Discoverie of the Plot and Conspiracie intended by him and his adherents against England, un pamphlet burlesque racontant la vie du poète en quarante-deux stances, à la manière de sir John Mennes (en).Activité principale: Dramaturge, poète.

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Suckling, Sir John, an accomplished courtier, scholar, and poet, was the son of sir John Suckling, comptroller of the royal household, and was born at Whitton in Middlesex, where his father resided, in His biopraphers have hitherto fixed the time of his birth inbut, according to some extracts from the parish-register of Twickenham, in Lysons’s " Environs/* it appears, that he was.The Farewell of Sir Charles Baldwin to his Wife by Thomas Chatterton (–) Farewell to his Fellow-Officers by Gaius Valerius Catullus (c.

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