See also:English poet, eldest son of
See also:Vaux, 1st Baron Vaux, was
See also:born in 1510 . In 1527 he accompanied
See also:Wolsey on his
See also:embassy to France; he attended
See also:Henry VIII. to
See also:Calais and
See also:Boulogne in 1532; in 1531 he took his seat in the
See also:House of Lords, and was made Knight of the Bath at the
See also:coronation of Anne Boleyn . He was captain of the Isle of Jersey until 1536 . He married
See also:Elizabeth Cheney, and died in
See also:October 1556 . Sketches of Vaux and his wife by
See also:Holbein are at Windsor, and a finished portrait of
See also:Lady Vaux is at Hampton
See also:Court . Two of his poems were included in the Songes and Sonettes of Surrey (Tottel's
See also:Miscellany, 1557) . They are " The assault of
See also:Cupid upon the fort where the
See also:lay wounded, and how he was taken," and the Dittye . . . representinge the Image of Deathe," which the gravedigger in
See also:Hamlet misquotes . Thirteen pieces in the
See also:Paradise of Dainty Devices (1J76) are signed by him . These are reprinted in Dr A . B . Grosart's Miscellanies of the
See also:Fuller Worthies Library (vol. iv., 1872) .
MARQUIS DE LUC DE CLAPIERS VAUVENARGUES (1715-1747)...
CALVERT VAUX (1824-1895)
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