Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
Folger Shakespeare Library Digital Image Collection
Source Creator:
Weamys, Anna, b. ca. 1630.
Source Title:
A continuation of Sir Philip Sydney’s Arcadia: wherein is handled the loves of Amphialus and Helena Queen of Corinth, Prince Plangus and Erona.
Source Created or Published:
1651
Physical Description:
title page
Source Call Number:
166-792q
Digital Image File Name:
54154
Digital Image Type:
FSL collection
Hamnet Bib ID:
142267
Hamnet Holdings ID:
143949
HAMNET CATALOG RECORD:
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Creator (Hamnet):
Weamys, Anna, b. ca. 1630.
Title (Hamnet):
A continuation of Sir Philip Sydney's Arcadia: wherein is handled the loves of Amphialus and Helena Queen of Corinth, Prince Plangus and Erona. With the historie of the loves of old Claius and young Strephon to Vrania. Written by a young gentlewoman, Meis A.W.
Alt. Title (Hamnet):
A continuation of Sr Philip Sydney's Arcadia
Alt. Title (Hamnet):
Arcadia
Place of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet):
London :
Creator or Publisher (Hamnet):
printed by William Bentley, and are to be sold by Thomas Heath, near the Pyazza of the Coven-Garden [sic],
Date of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet):
anno Dom. 1651.
Physical Description (Hamnet):
[16], 199, [1] p. ; 8⁰.
Folger Holdings Notes (Hamnet):
Olive morocco gilt armorial binding signed by Leighton. Provenance: inscriptions on [par.]1r: "Richard [Bridge?] His Book 1671"; on front fly-leaf: "Joyce Josselyn her Booke"; with arms of William Stirling stamped in gilt on front and back covers (motto "gang forward")
Notes (Hamnet):
Annotation on Thomason copy: "Jan. Nou. 7."; between "n" and hyphen in "Coven-Garden" is a "t".
Notes (Hamnet):
Leaf [par.]1 is either blank or with device of sun on crest with motto "deus est nobis sol et scutum" on recto.
Notes (Hamnet):
Leaf [par.]8 is blank.
Notes (Hamnet):
Mris A.W. = Anna Weamys.
Notes (Hamnet):
Signatures: [par.]⁸ A-M⁸ N⁴.
Citations (Hamnet):
ESTC (RLIN) R208978
Citations (Hamnet):
Thomason, E.1288[2]
Citations (Hamnet):
Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), W1189
Subject (Hamnet):
Historical fiction -- England -- 17th century.
Associated Name (Hamnet):
Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586.
Associated Name (Hamnet):
Stirling Maxwell, William, 1818-1878, former owner.
Call Number (Hamnet):
166- 792q

A continuation of Sir Philip Sydney’s Arcadia: wherein is handled the loves of Amphi…