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Selected Works
of
Sir Walter Ralegh

Nicholas Hilliard portrait of Ralegh




Poetry

 In Commendation of The Steel Glass
 The Excuse
 An Epitaph Upon The Right Honourable Sir Philip Sidney
 A Vision Upon This Conceit of The Fairy Queen.
 Another of the Same
 The Nymph's Reply to the ShepherdAudio
 Farewell to the Court  [Like truthless dreams]
 Sir Walter Ralegh to his Son  [The Wood, the Weed, the Wag]
 On the Cards and Dice
 The Silent Lover
 The Lie
 To the Translator of Lucan
 On the Life of Man [What is our life? a play of passion]
 The Passionate Man's Pilgrimage
 As You Came from the Holy Land
 Even Such Is Time
 Praised be Diana's Fair and Harmless Light
 [Like to a hermit]
 A description of love  [Now what is love?]
 [Nature, that washed her hands in milk]


The Ocean to Cynthia (before 1603)

 Introduction to the poem - Anniina Jokinen
 The 21st Book - Google Books
 Excerpt: "Stay, my thoughts"


Of Questionable Attribution
 Epitaph on the Earl of Leicester
 A Farewell to the Vanities of the World


Prose

The Last Fight of the Revenge  (1591)

 Complete - Google Books


The Discovery of Guiana  (1595)

 Complete - Google Books
 Complete - Modern History Sourcebook


A Discourse Touching a War with Spain  (1603)

 Complete - Google Books


The History of the World  (1614)

 [Book I] - Google Books
 [Book II. Ch. 1-12] - Google Books
 [Book II. Ch. 13.5-28.] - Google Books
 [Books III & IV.] - Google Books
 [Book V. Ch. 1-6.] - Google Books


The Prerogative of Parliaments  (1615)

 Complete - Google Books


Sir Walter Ralegh's Instructions to his Son
and to Posterity
 (pub. 1632)


 Complete - Google Books


A Discourse of the Original and Fundamental
Cause of Natural War
 (1615? pub. 1650)


 Complete - Google Books


A Discourse of the Invention of Ships, Anchors,
Compass, &c.
 (1615? pub. 1650)


 Complete - Google Books


Observations Concerning the Royal Navy
and Sea-service
 ( <1612; pub. 1650)


 Complete - Google Books


Sir Walter Ralegh's Apology for his
Voyage to Guiana
 (1617? pub. 1650)


 Complete - Google Books


The Sceptic  (pub. 1651)

 Complete - Google Books


Causes of the Magnificency and Opulence
of Cities
 (pub. 1651)


 Complete - Google Books


On the Seat of Government  (pub. 1651)

 Complete - Google Books


Observations Touching Trade & Commerce, &c.
(pub. 1653)


 Complete - Google Books


The Reign of King William the I,
entitled The Conqueror
 (1617? pub. 1693)


 Complete - Google Books


A Treatise of the Soul  (pub. 1829)

 Complete - Google Books


The Interest of England with Regard
to Foreign Alliances
explained in two discourses
 (1611? pub. 1750)


1. Concerning a match between the Lady Elizabeth
    and the Prince of Piedmont - GB
2. Touching a marriage between Prince Henry of England
    and a daughter of Savoy - GB


Works Spuriously Attributed to Ralegh

 The Prince, or Maxims of State (pub. 1642) - GB
 The Cabinet-council (pub. 1658) - GB


Other
 Ralegh's Farewell Letter to his Wife Before Dying
 A Selection of Ralegh's Letters - Google Books
 Another Selection of Ralegh's Letters - GB
 Some Ralegh poems translated into Russian - E&Y Feldman
 Some Ralegh poems translated into French - B. Hoepffner





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