Gongora. With translations [in verse].

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Hard words on Steenie and Baby Charles
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SEC PAGE 14 Gongora takes holy Orders at Cordova
15
Reasons for the Peace on both sides Deaths of Drake
16
and Essex Skilful diplomacy of Spanish ambas sadors in England
19
Public reception of Lord Howard at Valladolid
21
Climate of Valladolid
22
Festivities continued Gongoras description of them His Panegyric on the Duke of Lerma
23
Philip III His character education and ministers
24
Baptism of the Prince Public ceremony Robbery of the childs trinkets
25
Ratification of the Peace The Duke of Lermas dinners
27
Masquerade and Ball
28
Historical Sacred and Allegorical Masques
29
Gongoras Sonnet and Stanzas from his Panegyric on the Peace with Great Britain
30
Pedro Franqueza and Rodrigo Calderon Gongoras promotion as honorary chaplain to the King
33
The Duke of Lerma 34
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SEC PAGE 36 The loss to Spain may have been exaggerated but the injustice cannot be palliated or denied
36
Literary character of the period
37
Profuse expenditure of the Court
39
Mission of the Duke of Mayenne Provision for his tables and followers Gongoras Sonnet
40
Expulsion of the Moriscoes Archbishop Ribera
42
Causes and effects of the expulsion
44
Other countries must bear a part of the blame
45
among them ?
47
Operations against the pirates in Barbary Larache and Mamora Gongoras Sonnets
50
Long continuance of the piratical states Renegades and outlaws find refuge there
51
Distinguished freebooters Danger of the Andalusian coast
53
Coast of Granada Attack on Adra Denia a port of refuge Gongoras Ballad
54
Retrospect of the history of the redemption of captives 55
55
Ineffective attempts against the Algerines Gongoras lines in the Panegyric
57
English and French naval wars with Algiers
59
Late vengeance of England
60
Ransoms negotiated by the Friars
61
Prevalence of robbers State of Catalonia
62
Cervantes Public favour to rogues and vagabonds How to be accounted for
64
Lawlessness of the people University Students
66
StreetFrays often fatal
68
Privileged Classes The Duke of Macqueda
69
Rhymes on the ministry of Olivares Gongora on the death of Villamediana PAGE
70
The Duchess of Najera
72
Thieves and bullies
74
Gambling in the higher ranks The Count of Gelves
75
The Duke of Lermas melancholy
76
Bullfights and Masques
77
The Duke at Ventosilla
79
SEC PAGE 81 Charities of Philip III
81
Andres de Prada
116
Magdalen de la Cerda Marchioness del Valle
117
The Duke del Infantado
119
Causes of the Duke of Lermas fall Gondomars fable
120
The Dukes retirement The Kings kindness I22 91 Lewis de Aliaga I 22
122
The Duke of Uceda Last days of the Duke of Lerma
123
Archbishop Sandoval The Kings Progress to Portu gal celebrated by Gongora
124
Death of Philip III State of Spain at his death
126
Public expenditure Sumptuary Laws Morals
127
Character of Philip III Gongoras ode to his memory The Infanta Margarita 129
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132
His learning and accomplishments and benevolence
133
His justice to the Arragonese Remarks on the history of Antonio Perez
137
100 Ior The Inquisition in this reign Examination of Llorentes estimates
138
The Inquisition under Philip IV and Charles II 139
139
Jews and Protestants the earlier victims
142
Afterwards Portuguese
143
Estimate of the ordinary work of the Inquisition
145
Opinions of old Spaniards Father Navarrete
147
Gongora remains at Madrid The CountDuke School of Gongora
149
Madame DAulnoys Tales and Travels Enquiry
154
Other disciples of Gongora The Duke of Sesa
170
Luzan The French school
195
Introductory remarks Influence of Gongora
200
PostSCRIPT The Portrait of Gongora by Velazquez
216
POEMS ON THE TIMES OF PHILIP II
221
The Count of Fuentes
227
The Winning of Cales by Cervantes
233
Ode on the death of Philip III
250
On the death of Rodrigo Calderon
256
POEMS RELATING TO JUAN DE TASSIS
264
269
269
HISTORY AND PERSONAL FRIENDSHIPS
275
SONNETS 1 On his youthful sickness 2 To Don Geronymo Manrique bishop elect of Cordova 3 Primero
276
The poet and his patrons
277
On the censure pronounced against his Lonely Musings I
278
Polypheme and his critics
279
The poets troubles at Valladolid 9 How loan oft loses both itself and friend
280
The poets life at court
281
On his departure from court after the change of ministers in the year 1618
282
Louisa de Cardona
289
To Pedro de Angulo staying at Granada
297
Memoir of Gongora Born at Cordova His family
3
Philip II Mr Motley and the Armada The Count
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