The third booke of Amadis de Gaule. Containing the discords and warres which befell in Great Brittaine, and there about, occasioned by the bad counsell, which King Lisuart receiued from Gandandell and Brocadan, against Amadis and his followers: whereby many good knights (afterward on either side) cruelly concluded their liues

written in French by the Lord of Essars, Nicholas de Herberay ... ;translated into English by A.M

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Other Authors: Herberay, Nicolas de, sieur des Essars, active 16th century., Munday, Anthony, 1553-1633.
Associated Name: Okes, Nicholas (Printer)
Uniform Title:Amadís de Gaula (Spanish romance). Book 3-4. English.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London : Printed by Nicholas Okes, dwelling in Foster-lane, 1618.
Physical Description:[4], 187, [1]; [4], 195, [5] p. ; 29 cm (fol.)
Place of Publication:
England -- London.
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General note:A translation of Nicolas de Herberay's French translation from the Spanish text.
A.M. = Anthony Munday. (ESTC)
Book 4 has separate dated title page: "The fovrth booke of Amadis de Gaule"; and separate pagination, and register.
Stationer's Register: Entered as in 541, 542; Wolfe-Pindley rights ass'd to G. Purslowe 2 November 1613. (ESTC)
The last leaf is blank.
Usually bound with the first and second books, which were issued together in 1619.
Citation / References note:ESTC, S106808
STC (2nd ed.), 543
Immediate source of acquisition note:
Bequest; Murray 00.00.1919?.
Other copy-specific details note:
Copy note: In book 3, p. 133-134 are missing and have been replaced by a handwritten copy; lacks the last leaf in book 4. - Bound with books one and two. These books catalogued separately at VI.4.21[1] - ESTCS106806).
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VI.4.21[2] Not for loan : Available
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