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Text:"... the romayns had agaynst Jugurth, vsurpcr of the kyngdome of Numidy. which cronycle is compyled in latyn by the renowmed romayne Salust. And translated into englysshe by syr AlexanderBarclay preest..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...of AlexanderBarclay. 53 the ancient palace of the bishops of Ely, (sold to the Crown in the 30th of Henry VIII. ; Clutterbucks Hertfordshire, II.) Barclay at the time of its completion was evidently..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"... in Latin. On the back, AlexanderBarclay excusynge the rudeness of his translacion, followed with An exhortacion of AlexanderBarclay. Then on fol. ii., etc., follow in Latin, Epigramma, Epistola..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...'s dream. John S. Kenton. Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio. AlexanderBarclay and the Later Eclogue Writers Since AlexanderBarclay is the author of the first eclogues in English, one would expect him to have some..."
Date:1920
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Text:"...The Life of AlexanderBarclay 363 a Scot, an opinion that seems to have the weight of evidence. The main testimony is that of Wm. Bullein, a contemporary of Barclay and a native of the Isle of Ely..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...of AlexanderBarclay. And when their frendes would heare of their cunning Then are they neuer disposed for to sing, But if they be^n desired of no man Then shewe they all and more then they can..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...of AlexanderBarclay. 39 all else we know of his years, with the assumed date of his academical education, and of his travels abroad, with the suppositions formed as to his age from his various..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...of AlexanderBarclay. 2 1 Sermons and good books were not yet in the sixteenth century an extensive branch of literature, and good people could without remorse of conscience vary their limited..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...The Life of AlexanderBarclay 365 is against what would be considered going from a higher to a lower spiritual state. In view of these facts, and of Bales doubt upon this point, it seems reasonable..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...of AlexanderBarclay. tj pose of seeing it through the press. Whether he returned to Devonshire we do not know; probably not, for his patron and friend Cornish resigned the wardenship of St Mary..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...of AlexanderBarclay. 61 cocke and the lyon, the woIfe and the lambe. This passage also necessarily implies that Barclays fame at that time was second to none in England. Alas I for fame ; « What..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...The Life of AlexanderBarclay 361 lished subsequent to Jamiesons work, and was apparently unknown to Koelbing. It is barely mentioned by Jusserand* in his history of English Literature. Gardiner..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...of AlexanderBarclay. 25 any age that ever was before. Every page of Barclay corroborates these accounts of tyranny, injustice, immorality, wretchedness, poverty, and general discontent. Not only..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...of AlexanderBarclay. 6i* M Rochester to be the Overseer of this my last Will to be well and tniely pformed and fulfilled to whome for his labor and paynes I bequeathe fy ve marks currant money..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...ALEXANDERBARCLAY. T X 7HETHER this distinguished poet was an EnglishV V ^3n or a Scotchman has long been a quastio vexata affording the literary antiquary a suitable field for the display of his..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...The Life of AlexanderBarclay 367 espying him in Rheiness shop, Yea, said he, Will not that cowl of yours be left off yet? And, if I hear by one oclock that this apparel be not changed, thou shalt..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...of AlexanderBarclay. faU time mostly \a pious matters, and in reading and wriiiiip r histories of the Saints. A e(kx]1v nirture of a well-spen had no longer the ^^ /y W ^^*2v :o„„eHesta ,539..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"... thirty-two, by AlexanderBarclay Preste ; and at that tyme chaplen in the saydc College, whence it may be inferred that he left Devon, either in that year or the year following, when the * Ship..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552
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Text:"...of AlexanderBarclay. 49 Which appears to be a correction of the printers upon the original, as in Powells edition :- That X, egloges this hole treatyse dothe holde.** Whether other five were ever..."
Date:Between 1476 and 1552