I (1558-1603 AD)
Brass shines as fair to the ignorant as gold to the goldsmiths.
Anger makes dull men witty, but it keeps them poor.
I thank God I am endued with such qualities that if I were turned out of the Realm in my petticoat I were able to live in any place in Christendom.
I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but
I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a
All my possessions for a moment of time.
Works of Elizabeth I
Poems of Undoubted Authorship
Written with a Diamond on her Window at Woodstock
Written on a Wall at Woodstock
Written in her French Psalter
In Defiance of Fortune
The Doubt of Future Foes
All Human Kind on Earth
On Monsieur's Departure
Poems of Doubtful Authorship
When I Was Fair And Young
Ah, silly pug
Speech to the Troops at Tilbury
Elizabeth I's Speech to her Last Parliament (The Golden Speech), 1601
Response to a Parliamentary Delegation on Her Marriage, 1559
On Religion, 1559
Response to Parliamentary Delegation, 1566
On Religion, 1583
Response to Ambassador of Poland
The Farewell Speech, 1601
'To the Reader' from Elizabeth's translation of 'The Mirror of the Sinful Soul'
The Thirteenth Psalm of David
Excerpt from a Letter to King James VI
Letter to Catherine Parr (1544)
Letter to Dowager Queen Catherine (Parr) (1548)
Letter to King Edward the Sixth (15[?])
Letter to Princess Mary
Letter to Queen Mary (1554)
Response to Erik of Sweden's Proposal, 1560
Charter to Sir Walter Raleigh (1584)
Letter to Mary, Queen of Scots (1586)
Letter to James the Sixth, King of Scotland (1587)
Elizabeth's Letter to Lord Mountjoy [1601-3?]
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