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THE FAERIE QUEENE:
Book III. CANT. xi.-xii., BOOK IIII. Cant. i.---xii.,

AND BOOK V. Cant. i.-vii.

1590-96.

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EDITED, WITH A NEW LIFE, BASED ON ORIGINAL RESEARCHES,

AND A GLOSSARY EMBRACING NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS

BY THE

REV, ALEXANDER B GROSART, LL.D. (EDIN.), F.S.A.,

St. George's, Blackburn, Lancashire;

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

PROFESSOR ANGUS, LLD., LONDON. DR. BRINSLEY NICHOLSON,
The Rev. THOMAS ASHE, M.A.,

LONDON
CREWE.

GEORGE SAINTSBURY, Esq.,
PROFESSOR CHILD, LL.D., HARVARD LONDON.

UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE, U.S.A. FRANCIS TURNER PALGRAVE,
THE RIGHT HONBLE, THE LORD Esq., LL.D., LONDON.

CHIEF JUSTICE OF ENGLAND. AUBREY DE VERE, Esq., CURRAGH
PROFESSOR EDWARD DOWDEN,

CHASE, ADARE.
LL.D., TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. PROFESSOR WARD, M.A., OWENS COL.
EDMUND W. GOSSE, Esq., LONDON. LEGE, MANCHESTER,
THE Rev. WILLIAM HUBBARD, THE REV. RICHARD WILTON, M.A.,
MANCHESTER

LONDESBOROUGH RECTORY.
PROFESSOR HENRY MORLEY, LL.D., WILLIAM ALDIS WRIGHT, ESQ.,
LONDON.

M.A., LL.D., TRINITY COLL., CAMB,
Етс.
Етс.

Etc.

IN EIGHT VOLUMES.

VOL. VII.

THE FAERIE QUEENE:
Book III. CANT. xi.-xii., Book IIII. CANT. i.-xii.,

AND BOOK V. Cant. i.-vii. (1596.)
WITH VARIOUS READINGS OF 1590, ETC.,

ETC.

T'RINTED FOR PRIVITI Cuir V'LATION ONLY.

1882.
100 copies only.)

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Hazell, l'aison, anul liney', l'rinters, London and dylesbury.

The Faerie QUEENE (continued) :-

BOOK III.

CONTAYNING THE LEGEND OF BRITOMARTIS, OR OF

CHASTITY (continued).

Canto XI.

XII.

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In large paper copies (post 410) a steel portrait of Spenser by Alais, from

a contemporary miniature in the possession of Lord Fitzhardinge,
inherited through the marriage of a Berkeley with Lady E. Carey,
heiress of the Hunsdons, to whom it was left by Queen Elizabeth,
-never before engraved. See further account of this and of all our
engraved portraits and all others, in the Memoir in Vol. I.

To face title-page.

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