2 edition of Minor prose works of King James VI and I found in the catalog.
Minor prose works of King James VI and I
James I King of England
|Statement||edited by James Craigie and prepared for the press by Alexander Law.|
|Series||Scottish Text Society : [Publications]. 4th series -- 14, Scottish Text Society -- 14.|
|Contributions||Craigie, James, 1895-1981., Law, Alexander.|
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Skip to main content. This banner text can The political works of James I by James I, King of England, ; McIlwain Book from the collections of unknown library Language English. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Daemonologie is also included in King James VI and I, Minor Prose Works, ed. James Craigie (Scottish Text Society, ), with a fuller critical apparatus and a detailed list of textual variations. As an appendix, this edition prints James's speech to the jury at a trial of
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This book shows King James VI and I, king of Scotland and England, in an unaccustomed light. Long regarded as inept, pedantic, and whimsical, James is shown here as an astute and far-sighted statesman whose reign was focused on achieving a permanent union between his two kingdoms and a peaceful and stable community of nations throughout Europe. King James VI and I and the Reunion of Christen. P. King james vi and i and the reunion of christen.. Will post by royal mail special delivery. minor prose works of king james vi and i: daemonologie, the true lawe of free monarchies, a counterblaste to tobacco, a declaration of sports (sts).
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[James I, King of Great Britain and Ireland.; Alexander Law; James Craigie]. James I, King of England, Minor prose works of King James VI and I. Edinburgh: Scottish Text Society, (OCoLC) Named Person: James, King of England: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James, King of England; James Craigie; Alexander Law.
Craigie, James, ed. Minor Prose Works of James VI and James I. Scottish Text Society, – George, David, ed. Records of Early English Drama: Lancashire.
University of Toronto Press, Govett, L. The King’s Book of Sports: A History of the Declarations of King James I.
and King Charles I. as to the Use of Lawful Sports on. SOURCE: “A Counterblaste to Tobacco,” in Minor Prose Works of King James VI and I, edited by James Craigie and prepared for the press by Alexander Law, Scottish Text Society,pp.
The Collected Works of King James VI and I Posted on Janu by stevenreid Our tenth blog of the class comes from Lily Kearns, who looks at a copy of first edition of James VI and I’s Workes, which is held by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons.
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. The King's Majesty's Declaration to his Subjects Concerning Lawful Sports - Norton Excerpt from Anglicanism, - Modern History Sourcebook Speech before Parliament () Sonnets by James VI - University of Glasgow A Proclamation for the Authorizing and Uniformity of the Book of Common Prayer - Society of Archbishop Justus.
James VI and I united the crowns of England and Scotland. His books are fundamental sources of the principles that underlay the union and among the most influential writings of their period. James' political philosophy was a moderated absolutism, shedding light on the political climate of Shakespeare's England and the intellectual background to Reviews: 1.
King James and the Defense of the Right of Kings ("It is often mentioned that King James VI & I spoke about the divine right of kings, but many do not know why he did this. They may think that they know, but they have not read the king's workes for themselves--what they "know" is what somebody told them.
Minor Prose Works of King James VI and I; Daemonologie, The True Lawe of Free Monarchies, A Counterblaste to Tobacco, A Declaration of Sports King James VI and I (Edited By James Craigie) Published by Scottish Text Society, Edinburgh ().
Minor Prose Works of King James VI and I. Edinburgh, Scottish Text Society, PR S4 Ser. 4 No. 14 PR S4 Ser. 4 No. 14 Contains the text of his work Daemonologie, about witches. Biblical literature - Biblical literature - The King James and subsequent versions: Because of changing conditions, another official revision of the Protestant Bible in English was needed.
The reign of Queen Elizabeth had succeeded in imposing a high degree of uniformity upon the church. However, the failure of the Bishops’ Bible to supplant its Geneva rival made for a discordant note in the. Minor Prose Works of King James VI and I, ed. James Craigie ISBN Barbour’s Bruce I, ed.
Matthew P. McDiarmid and James A. Stevenson (Introduction, notes and glossary.) ISBN X: The Buik of King Alexander the Conquerour II, ed. John Cartwright (Lines 1. When King James VI of Scotland inherited the throne of England in he had ruled his native land almost as long as had Queen Elizabeth.
He showed both vision and determination in pursuing his major political goals: a united Britain, and a foreign policy based on peace rather than bellicose chauvinism/5(17). Craigie, James, ed. Minor Prose Works of King James VI and I.
Edinburgh: Scottish Text Society,p. Presents several of James's essays along with a critical introduction to each. Doelman. James (VI or I, depending on your perspective) was very much a King of two reigns - his first as King of Scotland and his second as King of a somewhat less-than-united England and Scotland.
In the same vein this book is very much one of two s: The Workes, first published in (with two additional workes appended in ) is a fascinating collection of the writings of King James VI & I, founding monarch of Great Britain and the king who commanded the translation of the Authorized Version of the holy scriptures (also known as the Authorized King James Version of the Bible).
Fortunately, this little known and hard-to-find volume is. the Minor Prose Works of King James VI and I (), which contains Daemon-ologie y Trew Lawe of Free Monarchies, A Counterblaste to Tobacco, and A Decla-ration of Sports.
Akrigg's edition of James's correspondence, The Letters of King James VI and I (), includes over two hundred letters in modernized and anglicized spelling. The Basilicon Doron of King James VI, with an introduction, notes, appendices, and glossary [ - ] James I, King of England, Edinburgh and London, Printed for the Society by W.
Blackwood & sons ltd., Craigie, James and Law, Alexander Minor prose works of King James VI and I: Daemonologie ; The true lawe of free monarchies ; A counterblaste to tobacco ; A declaration of.
James VI & I from: $ Letters to King James the Sixth from the Queen, Prince Henry, Prince Charles, the Princess Elizabeth and Her Husband, Frederick, King .Hoghton Tower is a fortified manor house located about two-thirds of a mile (1 km) to the east of the village of Hoghton, Lancashire, England, and standing on a hilltop site on the highest point in the takes its name from the de Hoghton family, its historical owners since at least the 12th present house dates from about – This book is a thoughtful look at the impact of the King James Version on some of the masterpieces of American lit.
It does thoughtful little analysis of Lincoln, Hemingway, Marilynne Robinson, and Cormac McCarthy (all spot on) and has longer chapters on Moby-Dick, Absalom Absalom!, and Seize the Day (all rated five stars in these reviews, he /5(22).