1618 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Sir Walter Raleigh

John Pym, in Memorable Accidents (1618); Moulton, Library of Literary Criticism (1901-05) 1:592.



Sir Walter Ralegh had the favour to be beheaded at Westminster, where he died with great applause of the beholders, most constantly, most Christianly, most religiously.