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works of William Fowler, secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI

Fowler, William

works of William Fowler, secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI

by Fowler, William

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Published by W. Blackwood and Sons in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited with introduction, appendix, notes, and glossary, by Henry W. Meikle. Vol.2, Prose.
SeriesScottish Text Society -- 7
ContributionsMeikle, Henry W., Scottish Text Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21890470M

In John Drummond was appointed Gentleman-Usher to King James VI of Scotland, to whom the Drummonds were distantly related, and about the same time Drummond's uncle William Fowler was made private secretary to Queen Anne. Drummond thus grew up in a courtly, sophisticated atmosphere.   In he issued a pamphlet against John Hamilton and other Catholics, who had, he said, driven him from his country. He subsequently (about?) became private secretary and Master of Requests to Anne of Denmark, wife of James VI., and was renominated to these offices when the queen went to England.

Volume 1, - Works of William Fowler, secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI [] Author: Fowler, William, ? Editor: Meikle, Henry W. (Henry William), Printer: William Blackwood and Sons. Date printed: Publications by Scottish clubs > Scottish Text Society publications > [Series 2] - New series >. the wife of his twin brother William. The latter was presum ably, like his father before him, a burgess of Edinburgh, and that William Fowler so designated who figures in several con temporary Scotch records, and was grantee of property in Ulster. The Queen's Secretary was generally described as Parson, or Rector, of Hawick.

John Geddie (floruit ) was a secretary to Anne of Denmark, queen of Scotland.. Geddie was a graduate of the University of St Andrews, and according to Scottish custom his name was usually written "Mr John Geddie".He was praised by contemporaries for his skills in calligraphy, and received a royal pension by privy seal letter in for making manuscripts of the works of George Buchanan. Printer: William Blackwood and Sons. Contributor: Scott, Walter, Contributor: Laing, David, Probable date printed: Publications by Scottish clubs > Scottish Text Society publications > Series 3 - Third series > Volumes 2 and 3, and - Works of William Fowler, secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI [].


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The works of William Fowler, secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI / Edited with introduction, appendix, notes, and glossary: Vol.

III. Introduction, notes, etc. Works of William Fowler, secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI. Edinburgh and London, Printed for the Society by W. Blackwood and Sons, (OCoLC) The works of William Fowler, secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI / Edited with introduction, appendix, notes, and glossary | William Fowler; Henry W.

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Meikle. Edinburgh: Printed for the Society by W. Blackwood and Sons, 3 volumes. This is Volume 1 only. Volumes are part of the Third series. Shelfmark: Publications by Scottish clubs > Scottish Text Society publications > Series 3 - Third series > Volumes 2 and 3, and - Works of William Fowler, secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI > Volume 2, [].

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III. Introduction, notes, etc. William Blackwood and Sons William Fowler, Henry W. Meikle, James Craigie, John Purves. Fowler, William. The Prince Off Nicolas Machiauelli. The Works of William Fowler Secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI, Volume II (Prose), edited by Henry W. Meikle, William Blackwood and Sons Ltd.,pp.

Jack, R. “William Fowler and Italian Literature.”. THE WORKS OF William Fowler Secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI. EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION, APPENDIX, NOTES, AND GLOSSARY BY HENRY W.

MEIKLE, M.A., LIBRARIAN OF THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND SOMETIME LECTURER IN SCOTTISH HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH VOL. II.—(Prose) IPrinteti for tlje Socittg bg. Fowler sets forth what he alleges to be the errors of Roman catholicism, and claims aquaintance incidentally with the Earl of Crawford, Sir James Balfour, and other distinguished Scottish statesmen.

He was subsequently prominent as a burgess of Edinburgh, and about became secretary to James VI's wife, Queen Anne. On 28 Novemberat Oslo, he was appointed private secretary and Master of Requests to Anne of Denmark, when she became James VI's queen.

He retained these positions when Anne went to England. Fowler returned to Scotland before James VI, and planned to rejoin the royal party in.

Henry Meikle, John Craigie, James Purves, The Works of William Fowler: Secretary to Queen Anne, Wife of James VI, vol. 2 (STS: Edinburgh, ), pp. –, A True Reportarie (Edinburgh, ) and William Fowler's 'Relation of the pastyme and devyces used at the baptisme', text from National Records of Scotland GD1//1.

Anne of Denmark: wife of James VI of Scotland, Prince Frederick Henry by James (Book) 3 The works of William Fowler, Secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI by William Fowler (Book) 2 editions published.

THE WORKS OF William Fowler Secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI. EDITED BY HENRY W. MEIKLE, M.A., librarian of the national library of Scotland JAMES CRAIGIE, M.A. HEAD OF THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT, MUSSELBURGH GRAMMAR SCHOOL AND JOHN PURVES, M.A. READER IN ITALIAN IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH VOL.

III.—(Introduction, Notes, &c.). The Works of William Fowler: Secretary to Queen Anne, Wife of James VI. Edited with introduction, appendix, notes and glossary by Henry W. Meikle. Transcribed from: Fowler, William, The works of William Fowler: secretary to Queen Anne, wife of James VI.

Edited with introduction, appendix, notes and glossary. Edinburgh: The Scottish Text Society, 3 v. Title from table of contents pages viewed (Mar. 27, )). Description: 1 online resource.

Details: Mode of access. James VI and I (James Charles Stuart; 19 June – 27 March ) was King of Scotland as James VI from 24 July and King of England and Ireland as James I from the union of the Scottish and English crowns on 24 March until his death in The kingdoms of Scotland and England were individual sovereign states, with their own parliaments, judiciaries, and laws, though both were.

The unique copy of this late sixteenth- or early seventeenth-century poem survives in volume XIII of the fifteen volumes which comprise the collection known as the Hawthornden MSS in the National Library of Scotland, amongst poems known to have been written by William Fowler (), Secretary to Queen Anne, the wife of James VI of Scotland and I of England.

Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, KG PC FRS (5 December – 21 May ) was an English and later British statesman of the late Stuart and early Georgian periods.

He began his career as a Whig, before defecting to a new Tory Ministry. He was raised to the peerage of Great Britain as an earl in Between and he served as Lord High Treasurer, effectively.InDrummond’s father was appointed gentleman-usher to King James VI; about this time, too, his uncle, William Fowler, became private secretary to Queen Anne.

Drummond thus grew up in a.Meikle The Works of William Fowler, Secretary to Queen Anne, Wife of James VI, ed. by Henry W. Meikle, 3 vols, Volume 1: Poetry (Edinburgh: Blackwood, ) Mueller-Scodel Elizabeth I. Translationsed. by Janel Mueller and Joshua Scodel.