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date: 11 December 2019

Carleill [Carliell], Robertlocked

(fl. 1619)
  • Sidney Lee
  • , revised by Reavley Gair

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Carleill [Carliell], Robert (fl. 1619), poet, is the author of Britaines Glorie, or, An Allegoricall Dreame with the Exposition Thereof (1619), in which he describes himself as a gentleman. The work consists of forty-two six-line stanzas followed by a prose exposition. This poem is a polemic which attacks the religions of the ...

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