Gabriel Harvey Poems
- An Heroic Address To [oxford],...
- Speculum Tuscanismi Since Galatea came in, and Tuscanism gan ...
- Gorgon Or The Wonderful Year |S+t+| Fame dispos'd to ...
- Frendly Caueat To The Second S...
- A Charm For A Mad Woman O heavenly med'cine, panacea ...
- The Writers Postscript: Or A F...
Gabriel Harvey was an English writer. Harvey was a notable scholar, though his reputation suffered from his quarrel with Thomas Nashe. Henry Morley, writing in the Fortnightly Review (March 1869), brought evidence from Harvey's Latin writings showing that he was distinguished by quite other qualities than the pedantry and conceit usually associated with his name.
The eldest son of a ropemaker from Saffron Walden, Essex, he matriculated at Christ's College, Cambridge, in 1566, and in 1570 was elected fellow of Pembroke Hall. Here he formed a lasting friendship with Edmund Spenser who may have been his pupil.
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An Heroic Address To [oxford], Concerning The Combined Utility And Dignity Of Military Affairs And O
This is my welcome; this is how I have decided to bid All Hail!
to thee and to the other Nobles.
Thy splendid fame, great Earl, demands even more than in the case of others
the services of a poet possessing lofty eloquence.
Thy merit doth not creep along the ground,
nor can it be confined within the limits of a song.
It is a wonder which reaches as far as the heavenly orbs.
O great-hearted one, strong in thy mind and thy fiery will,
thou wilt conquer thyself, thou wilt conquer others;
thy glory will spread out in all directions beyond the Arctic Ocean; ...