1607 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Henry Chettle

Thomas Dekker, in A Knight's Conjuring (1607); Moulton, Library of Literary Criticism (1901-05) 1:429.



In comes Chettle sweating and blowing, by reason of his fatnes; to welcome whom, because hee was of olde acquaintance, all rose up, and fell presentlie on their knees, to drinck a health to all the lovers of Hellicon.