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96 On George Sandys’ career, and his connexions with Great Tew, see Davis, R. B., George Sandys, poet-adventurer (London, ). 97 Family trees are provided in E. S. Sandys, Family of Sandys. Immediately after being given two shares in the Company by George Sandys, Wenman attended the Court at which Wyatt was chosen as governor: Kingsbury. George Sandys, poet-adventurer; a study in Anglo-American culture in the seventeenth century by Richard Beale Davis (Book); Ovid's changing worlds: English Metamorphoses, by Raphael Lyne (Book); The mediated muse: English translations of Ovid, by Lee T Pearcy (Book). The Virginia Company, then managed by George Sandys' brother, Sir Edwin Sandys (), and by the earl of Southampton, had appointed Sandys treasurer for the colony, member of the council of state in Virginia, and member of his majesty's council for Virginia in London. Sandys sailed in July , reaching Jamestown in October. Sandys travels containing an history of the original and present state of the Turkish Empire, their laws, government, policy, military force, courts of justice, and commerce, the Mahometan religion and ceremonies, a description of Constantinople, the Sandys, George, [ Book: .
George Sandys, Poet-Adventurer: A Study in Anglo-American Culture in the Seventeenth Century by Richard Beale Davis (pp. ) Review by: W. Stitt Robinson, Jr. DOI: / Besides Davis' letters and research notes, this collection also includes photostatic copies of sixteenth and seventeenth-century manuscripts and books, newsclippings (chiefly book notices and reviews of Davis' George Sandys, Poet-Adventurer), letters of agreement and investment statements from Davis' publishers, typed and autograph manuscripts. This paper will discuss Early English Books Online (EEBO) as a tool for locating and researching contemporary references and responses to historical texts and authors, specifically George Sandys' A Relation of a Iourney begun An: Dom: (). It will focus upon two main by: 1. George Sandys. R.B. Davis (George Sandys, poet-adventurer: a study in Anglo-American culture in the seventeenth century, ) was of the opinion that Sandys did not actually visit Crete, “the ship did not put into any port on Crete, though Sandys does describe country dancing on the island as though he had seen it.” Davis possibly took.