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Reference to, or influence of S in the following works: Thomas Blenerhasset, in A Revelation of the 'ITue Minerva, adopts the verse form of Colin's eulogy in the April Ec10gue of sc (STC 3132); William Vallans draws on the October Ec10gue in his verses in BM Ms. Harleian 367, f. 29. 1583 }anuary 24 Revised version of Stanyhurst' s translation of Virgil' s Aeneis entered in Stationers' Register by Henry Bynneman, publisher of Spenser-Harvey correspondence. March 11 Bryskett secures reversion of post of Clerk of the Council of Munster upon the death of the holder, Thomas Burgate.
George Carew to surrender his possessions in exchange. 13): 'His journey and peace with Turlough Lynagh, who put off his hat and joyed that he had peace. The intolerable pride and insolency of Turlough Lynagh. The good acceptation of Zouche's service. Fidelity of O'Donnell's followers. Sentleger's appointment as colonel, with the dislike of Ormond. O'Rourke's spoil in the Annaly. Execution of rebels at Arklow by Sir W. Stanley. 15 S accompanies Grey on expedition against the Leinster rebels, led by Baltinglas and Feagh McHugh.
9 Conveyance of Enniscorthy by S to Richard Synnot of Ballybrenan, Co. Wexford. Synnot, who had served as sheriff of Wexford, was in fact a previous owner of Enniscorthy, having been granted it in 1575 (Fiants, Eliz. no. 2663). Synnot later leased part of this property to Undertreasurer Wallop (see entry for 6 January 1586). A MS book in the Exchequer Records Office in Dublin giving an account of the Revenues of the Queen' s lands and possessions, compiled by Nicholas Kenney as deputy of the Auditor-General, contains the following entry of a receipt: 'From Sir Henry Wallop, Knt.
A Spenser Chronology by Willy Maley (auth.)