and Select Essayes and Observations by ... Sir Walter Raleigh upon
of Sir Walter Ralegh. 1651,
1656, 1657 ff.
title of the 1651 edition is Sir Walter Raleigh's Sceptick or
Speculations. And Observations of the Magnificency and Opulency of
Cities, his Seat of Government And Letters to the King's Majestie, and
others of Qualitie. Also his Demeanor before his Execution.
title of the 1656 edition is Maxims of State. With instructions to
his Son, and the Son's advice to his aged Father. Whereunto is added
Observations touching Trade and Commerce with the Hollander and other
Nations, Proving that our Sea and Land Commodities inrich and strengthen
other Countries against our own.
Remains generally include the following articles, though some are
omitted in certain editions:
edition of 1657 is the first that bears the title, Remains of Sir
discourses of Sr. Walter Ralegh:
Works of Sir Walter Raleigh,
Kt., Political, Commercial, and Philosophical; together with his Letters
and Poems. The whole never before collected together, and some never yet
printed, to which is prefix'd a new account of his Life by Tho. Birch. 2
vols. Portrait. 1751.
Works of Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt.,
now first collected; to which are prefixed the Lives of the Author,
by Oldys and Birch. Oxford, 1829. 8 vols.
for his voyage to Guiana. 1650. The
Discoverie of the large, rich and bewtiful Empyre of Guiana, with a
relation of the Great and Golden Citie of Manoa (which the Spanyards call
El Dorado) And of the Provinces of Emeria, Arromaia, Amapaia, and other
Countries, with their rivers adjoyning. 1596. Reprinted in Hakluyt's
Voyages, III (1598). See also Voyages of the Elizabethan Seamen,
ed. Payne, E. J., 1880. Ed. Schomburgk, Sir R. H. (Hakluyt Society, vol.
for 1848), with copious notes, a life of Ralegh and some hitherto
Discourse of Sea Ports;
principally of the Port and Haven of Dover. 1700. Reprinted in Harleian
Miscellany, IV (1744), X (1810).
Discourse of Tenures, which were
before the Conquest. Gutch, J., Collectanea Curiosa. 1781.
Essay on Ways and Means to maintain the Honour and Safety of England,
to encrease Trade, etc. 1701.
The History of the World. In Five Bookes. 1614. Licensed to Walter Burre, 15 April, 1611.
History of the World in five
books. By Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt., printed from a copy revis'd by himself.
To which is prefixed the Life of the Author, newly compil'd from Materials
more ample and authentick than have yet been publish'd; by Mr. Oldys. Also
his Trial, with some Additions: together with A new and more copious
Index. 2 vols. Folio. 1736.
Abridgment of Sir Walter Raleigh's History of the World.
In five books. To which is added
Interest of England with regard to foreign alliances,
explained in two Discourses. I. Concerning a Match propounded by the
Savoyan between the Lady Elizabeth and the Prince of Piemont. II. Touching
a Marriage between Prince Henry of England and a Daughter of Savoy. By Sir
Walter Rawleigh, Knt. 1750.
Introduction to a Breviary of the History of England,
with the Reign of King William the I entitled the Conqueror. 1693. (It is
very uncertain whether this is by Ralegh.)
touching Trade and Commerce with the Hollander, and other Nations,
as it was presented to K. James. 1653.
Poems of Sir Walter Raleigh now first collected.
With a Biographical and Critical Introduction: by Sir Egerton Brydges.
by Sir Henry Wotton, Sir Walter Raleigh and others.
Edited by John Hannah. 1845, etc. See also Hannah's Courtly Poets,
Prerogative of Parliaments in England Proved in a Dialogue
(pro and contra) betweene a Councellour of State and a Justice of Peace.
4to. Midelburge, 1628; Hamburgh, 1628. Reprinted in all editions of the
Remains from 1657.
Prince, or Maxims of State.
Written by Sir Walter Rawley, and presented to Prince Henry. 1672.
Report of the truth of the fight about the Isles of Acores,
this last Sommer. Betwixt the Revenge, one of her Majesties Shippes, and
an Armada of the King of Spaine. 4to. 1591. Reprinted in Hakluyt's Voyages
(1598-60), Pinkerton's Voyages (1808), Somers's Collection of
Tracts (1809) and in English Reprints by Arber, E.
a man, To-morrow none: or Sir
Walter Rawleigh's Farewell to his Lady, the night before hee was beheaded.
Together with his advice concerning Her and her Sonne. 1644. Reprinted in
Ashbee's Occasional.... Reprints (in facsimile), No. 26, 1872; in
the Old Book Collector's Miscellany, by Hindley, C. 1873.
H. L. State Trials. Vol. I. 1899.