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The noble birth and gallant atchievements of that remarkable outlaw, Robin Hood
by Printed by J.M. and are to be sold by J. Deacon, at the Sign of the Angel in Guiltspur-Street, without Newgate in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Merry exploits of Robin Hood|
|Statement||newly collected into one volume by an ingenious antiquary|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2267:17|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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The noble birth and gallant atchievements [sic] of that remarkable outlaw Robin Hood. London: William Pickering, 8vo ( cm, "). , xix, , 53,  pp. back pastedown and lower edges of closed book rubber-stamped. Two title-pages with one short tear from outer edge each, not touching text; title-page verso with shadows of. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s.
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The Noble Birth and Gallant Atchievements of that Remarkable Out-Law Robin Hood ( Edn.) Content. As the title implies, the author states that Robin was born the heir to the Earl of Huntingdon’s estate. But to the antiquary, the fact that he is of noble birth does not automatically equal being upright and moral.
He tells us that Robin was. Robin Hood. Noble birth and gallant atchievements of that remarkable outlaw Robin Hood. [Edinburgh, O. Schulze & Co., ] (OCoLC) Named Person: Robin Hood, (Legendary character); Robin Hood, (Legendary character) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
The noble birth and gallant achievements of that remarkable outlaw Robin Hood: together with a true account of the many merry & extravagant exploits he play'd, in twelve several stories, newly collected into one volume by an ingenious antiquvary.
(O Schulze & company, ). Harold Nelson. Three Famous English Romances (Otto Schulz & Co., ). Further plays followed during the early modern period such as the anonymous Looke About You () and Robin Hood and his Crew of Soldiers (). Books. The first published prose account of Robin Hood's life appears to be the anonymously authored The Noble Birth and Gallant Atchievements of that Remarkable Out-Law, Robin Hood ().
EARLY ENGLISH PROSE ROMANCES PART II ROBIN HOOD. Published by Otto Schulze And Company. Circa. Almost very good condition. The Noble Birth and Gallant Atchievements (sic) of that Remarkable Outlaw Robin Hood, Together with a True Account of the Many Merry & Extravagant Exploits He Play'd.
MYTHOLOGY - ROBIN HOOD Robin Hood and his Merry Men relieving the Sheriff of Nottingham of his wealth in Sherwood Forest. From The Noble Birth and Gallant Atchievements of that Remarkable Outlaw, Robin Hood, by 'An Ingenious Antiquary'.
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Item The noble birth and gallant atchievements of that remarkable outlaw Robin Hood: together with a true account of the many merry & extravagant exploits he play'd, in twelve several stories, newly collected into one volume by an ingenious antiquary [limited edition prose originally printed inengraved t.p.
and ornamental borders]. The Noble Birth and Gallant Atchievements (sic) of that Remarkable Outlaw Robin Hood, Together with a True Account of the Many Merry & Extravagant Exploits He Play'd.
Red cloth spine. Grey paperboards. Gilt title to front cover. Limited to copies. B/w illustrations and decorations. Large format. Spine is very faded to edge. The Noble birth and gallant atchievements of that remarkable out-law, Robin Hood: together with a true account of the many merry and extravagant exploits he play'd, in twelve severall stories.
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Nelson, Harold (Harold Edward Hughes), Nelson, Harold Harold Nelson illustrador Nelson, Harold (English illustrator, ). The Noble Outlaw book.
Read 26 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Exeter, Renovations at the new school in Smythen Street are /5(26). ROBIN HOOD - Dir Allan DwanCast: Douglas FairbanksWallace BeerySam De GrasseEnid BennettHOLANDA - xCmxIn and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ROBIN HOOD was born at Locksley, in the county of Nottingham (), in the reign of King Henry the Second, and about the year of Christ ().His extraction was noble, and his true name ROBERT FITZOOTH, which vulgar pronunciation easily corrupted into ROBIN HOOD ().He is frequently styled, and commonly reputed to have been, EARL OF HUNTINGDON; a title to which, in the latter.
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Anecdotes and Traditions Illustrative Of Early English History And Literature Derived From MS. Sources. by Thoms, W.J.
and a great selection of related books. “Former biographers” the first of these respectable personages is the author, or rather compiler, of “The noble birth and gallant atchievements of that remarkable outlaw Robin Hood” Another piece of biography, from which not much will be expected, is, “The lives and heroick atchievements of the renowned Robin Hood, and James Hind.
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- Joseph Ritson,and John McCreery, Robin Hood, by Joseph Ritson THE LIFE OF ROBIN HOOD. It will scarcely be expected that one should be able to offer an authentic narrative of the life and transactions of this extraordinary personage.
The times in which he lived, the mode of life he adopted, and the silence or loss of contemporary writers, are circumstances sufficiently. This is a contemporary review of the title published by William Pickering, London, 3 volumes,that included 11 romances such as The Lyfe of the Most Feerfullest and Unmercyfullest and Myscheuous Robert the Deuyll, or Robert The Devil, by Wynkyn De Worde, Thomas of Reading or the Sixe Worthie Yeomen of the West, by Thomas Deloney, The.The noble birth and gallant atchievements [sic] of that remarkable outlaw Robin Hood.
London: William Pickering, 8vo ( cm, "). , xix, , 53,  pp. the Pentateuch, Joshua, and Judges) and the Book of Job, believed to have been translated into the vernacular by Aelfric, Abbot of Eynsham, are followed by the Gospel of.Hi Eliza! This list reminds me of this Robin Hood computer game I had back in the 90's where you had to Morris dance and play a game kind of like chinese checkers to move ahead.
*Sigh* I loved that game! Septem at PM.