Virtue's tears for the loss of the most christian King Henry Third of the name, King of France, and the untimely death of the most noble and heroic gentleman, Walter Devoreux, who was slain before Rouen in France

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  • Virtue's tears for the loss of the most christian King Henry Third of the name, King of France, and the untimely death of the most noble and heroic gentleman, Walter Devoreux, who was slain before Rouen in France [Electronic resource] / first written in French by the most excellent learned gentlewoman, Madam Genevieve [sic], Petau Maulette ; and paraphrastically translated into English by Gervase Markham
  • Devoreux, or, Virtue's tears
Author

Petau de Maulette, Geneviève

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English

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LC keywords

Henri -- III, -- King of France, -- 1551-1589 -- Poetry
Devereux, Walter, -- 1569-1591 -- Poetry
Poems -- France -- 16th century

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  • designation: Text data
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Creation Date

1979-05-08

Source Description

Transcribed from: Deuoreux, vertues teares for the losse of the most christian King Henry, third of that name, King of Fraunce : and the vntimely death of the most noble and heroicall Gentleman, VValter Deuoreux, who was slaine before Roan in Fraunce / first written in French by ... Madam Geneuuefue Petau Maulette ; and paraphrastically translated into English [by] Jeruis Markham .... -- London : By I. Roberts, for Thomas Millington, 1597. -- Location of copy used for electronic transcription: Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, Calif.

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Mode of access: Online. OTA website

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