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|Named Person:||Elizabeth, Queen of England; Thomas Norton|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Camden; Robert Norton; Francis Delaram; Nicholas Hilliard; Thomas Harper; Benjamin Fisher; Robert Vaughan
|Notes:||Signatures: 2 leaves (frontispiece and t.p.) unsigned, a-c⁴ (a¹ wanting) d⁶ A-Z⁶ Aa-Zz⁶ Aaa⁶ Bb⁶ Cc⁴ Ddd⁴ Eee⁶.
Nos. 237-238 omitted in paging.
Frontispiece portrait engr. by Francis Delaram after Nicholas Hilliard; cf. A.M. Hind, Engraving in England (James I) (1955) p. 219. This is Hind's state IV.
Added illustrated t.p. (with title beginning "Annales") was originally engr. by R. Vaughan for A. Darcie's translation (1625); in this state, the subtitle & imprint have been erased & reengraved (imprint varies from letterpress t.-p.).
Another edition, also called "The third edition", has deceptive imprint: London, Printed by Thomas Harper [i.e. E. Flesher], for Benjamin Fisher [i.e. C. Harper & J. Amery], and are to be sold at his shop in Aldersgate-street, at the signe of the Talbot. Part of the impression to be vented for the benefit of the children of John Minshew deceased .
The "divers additions" in this edition include a panegyric on the translator's father, Thomas Norton, on p. 254, not by Camden & not reprinted in later editions.
Also published with titles: The historie of the life and reigne of the most renowmed and victorious princesse Elizabeth [&] The history of the most renowned and victorious princess Elizabeth.
|Description:||, 236, 239-586,  pages,  leaves of plates : portrait ; 29 cm|
|Series Title:||Early English Books, 1475-1640, 1060.|
|Other Titles:||Annales rerum Anglicarum et Hibernicarum regnante Elizabetha.
Historie of the most renowned and victorious Princesse Elizabeth late Queen of England
|Responsibility:||written in Latin by the learned Mr. William Camden ; translated into English by R.N. Gent [i.e. Robert Norton] ; together with divers additions of the authors never before published.|