From the collections of: THE BRITISH LIBRARY
The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.
Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.
Creator: Richard Carew
Title: Genealogical and historical collections, much of it published in William Camden, Remaines of a Greater Worke, concerning Britaine (London, 1605)
Date: 1595 or 1596
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Cotton Julius F XI, fol. 267r-v
View online bibliographic record
Alan H. Nelson and Folger Shakespeare Library staff, "The excellencie of the English tongue: Richard Carew compares Shakespeare and Marlowe to Catullus," Shakespeare Documented, https://doi.org/10.37078/586.
British Library, Cotton Julius F XI. See Shakespeare Documented, https://doi.org/10.37078/586.