Zimmermann (author of other valuable articles on the poet), (1891); see also Kehmptzov, De Quinti Smyrnaei Fontibus ac Mythopoiia (1889); C. A.
Eisen- mann, libri quinti pars altera (Parisiis, 1824).
Of original authorities the best on the English side is the Gesta Henrici Quinti (down to 1416), printed anonymously for the English Historical Society, but probably written by Thomas Elmham, one of Henry's chaplains.
It is very probable that Elmham wrote the famous Gesta Henrici Quinti, which is the best authority for the life of Henry V.
It has been sought at under the names of ` quinti-clave ' and ` ophicleide, ' they bear a great resemblance to those submitted to the Academy in the sitting of the nth of March 1811 by M.
The opinion of our commission on the quinti-clave and ophicleide is that M.