The Resource The famous history of the seven champions of Christendom. The third part. Shewing the valiant acts and renowned atchievements of St. George's three sons, Sir Guy, Sir Alexander, and Sir David. As also the warlike exploits and martial performances of Sir Turpin son to St. Denis of France, Sir Pedro son to St. James of Spain, Sir Orlando son to St. Anthony of Italy, Sir Ewin son to St. Andrew of Scotland, Sir Phelim, son of St. Patrick of Ireland, and Sir Owen son to St. David of Wales. Their strange fights and combats with gyants, monsters, and dragons, their tilts and turnaments in honour of ladies, their battles with the miscreants and tyrants in defence of the Christian religion, and relief of distressed knights and ladies, their punishing of negromancers, and putting to an end their inchantments, with other their knightly prowess and chevalry. As also how St. George's three sons came all of them to be kings, according as the Fairy Queen had prophesied of them. Licensed, May the 29th

The famous history of the seven champions of Christendom. The third part. Shewing the valiant acts and renowned atchievements of St. George's three sons, Sir Guy, Sir Alexander, and Sir David. As also the warlike exploits and martial performances of Sir Turpin son to St. Denis of France, Sir Pedro son to St. James of Spain, Sir Orlando son to St. Anthony of Italy, Sir Ewin son to St. Andrew of Scotland, Sir Phelim, son of St. Patrick of Ireland, and Sir Owen son to St. David of Wales. Their strange fights and combats with gyants, monsters, and dragons, their tilts and turnaments in honour of ladies, their battles with the miscreants and tyrants in defence of the Christian religion, and relief of distressed knights and ladies, their punishing of negromancers, and putting to an end their inchantments, with other their knightly prowess and chevalry. As also how St. George's three sons came all of them to be kings, according as the Fairy Queen had prophesied of them. Licensed, May the 29th

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The famous history of the seven champions of Christendom. The third part. Shewing the valiant acts and renowned atchievements of St. George's three sons, Sir Guy, Sir Alexander, and Sir David. As also the warlike exploits and martial performances of Sir Turpin son to St. Denis of France, Sir Pedro son to St. James of Spain, Sir Orlando son to St. Anthony of Italy, Sir Ewin son to St. Andrew of Scotland, Sir Phelim, son of St. Patrick of Ireland, and Sir Owen son to St. David of Wales. Their strange fights and combats with gyants, monsters, and dragons, their tilts and turnaments in honour of ladies, their battles with the miscreants and tyrants in defence of the Christian religion, and relief of distressed knights and ladies, their punishing of negromancers, and putting to an end their inchantments, with other their knightly prowess and chevalry. As also how St. George's three sons came all of them to be kings, according as the Fairy Queen had prophesied of them. Licensed, May the 29th
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The famous history of the seven champions of Christendom. The third part. Shewing the valiant acts and renowned atchievements of St. George's three sons, Sir Guy, Sir Alexander, and Sir David. As also the warlike exploits and martial performances of Sir Turpin son to St. Denis of France, Sir Pedro son to St. James of Spain, Sir Orlando son to St. Anthony of Italy, Sir Ewin son to St. Andrew of Scotland, Sir Phelim, son of St. Patrick of Ireland, and Sir Owen son to St. David of Wales. Their strange fights and combats with gyants, monsters, and dragons, their tilts and turnaments in honour of ladies, their battles with the miscreants and tyrants in defence of the Christian religion, and relief of distressed knights and ladies, their punishing of negromancers, and putting to an end their inchantments, with other their knightly prowess and chevalry. As also how St. George's three sons came all of them to be kings, according as the Fairy Queen had prophesied of them. Licensed, May the 29th
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Third part of the seven champions of Christendom
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Language
eng
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Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
J806
Citation source
Wing (2nd ed.)
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1573-1659?
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Johnson, Richard
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Saints
Target audience
general
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The famous history of the seven champions of Christendom. The third part. Shewing the valiant acts and renowned atchievements of St. George's three sons, Sir Guy, Sir Alexander, and Sir David. As also the warlike exploits and martial performances of Sir Turpin son to St. Denis of France, Sir Pedro son to St. James of Spain, Sir Orlando son to St. Anthony of Italy, Sir Ewin son to St. Andrew of Scotland, Sir Phelim, son of St. Patrick of Ireland, and Sir Owen son to St. David of Wales. Their strange fights and combats with gyants, monsters, and dragons, their tilts and turnaments in honour of ladies, their battles with the miscreants and tyrants in defence of the Christian religion, and relief of distressed knights and ladies, their punishing of negromancers, and putting to an end their inchantments, with other their knightly prowess and chevalry. As also how St. George's three sons came all of them to be kings, according as the Fairy Queen had prophesied of them. Licensed, May the 29th
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  • By Richard Johnson
  • Running title reads: The third part of the seven champions of Christendom
  • Publication date taken from Wing
  • Cropped at foot with partial loss of imprint; imprint date taken from Wing
  • Reproduction of the original in the Magdalene College, Cambridge
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file reproduced from microform
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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black and white
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
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eebo99830096
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unknown
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[8], 152 p.
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one file format
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electronic
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lossless
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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cl0037000080
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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The famous history of the seven champions of Christendom. The third part. Shewing the valiant acts and renowned atchievements of St. George's three sons, Sir Guy, Sir Alexander, and Sir David. As also the warlike exploits and martial performances of Sir Turpin son to St. Denis of France, Sir Pedro son to St. James of Spain, Sir Orlando son to St. Anthony of Italy, Sir Ewin son to St. Andrew of Scotland, Sir Phelim, son of St. Patrick of Ireland, and Sir Owen son to St. David of Wales. Their strange fights and combats with gyants, monsters, and dragons, their tilts and turnaments in honour of ladies, their battles with the miscreants and tyrants in defence of the Christian religion, and relief of distressed knights and ladies, their punishing of negromancers, and putting to an end their inchantments, with other their knightly prowess and chevalry. As also how St. George's three sons came all of them to be kings, according as the Fairy Queen had prophesied of them. Licensed, May the 29th
Publication
Note
  • By Richard Johnson
  • Running title reads: The third part of the seven champions of Christendom
  • Publication date taken from Wing
  • Cropped at foot with partial loss of imprint; imprint date taken from Wing
  • Reproduction of the original in the Magdalene College, Cambridge
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
eebo99830096
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[8], 152 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000080
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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