by printed for Humphrey Moseley, & are to be sold at his shop at the Princes Armes in St Pauls Church-yard in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Mistres, Severall copies of love-verses|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2351:2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 115,  p|
|Number of Pages||115|
The Works of Mr. Abraham Cowley. Consisting of Those which were formerly Printed: and Those which he Design’d for the Press, now published out of the Authors Original Copies. 6 parts [viz. I, II, III, IV as in ; V, Verses on several Occasions; VI, Several Discourses by way of Essays, in Verse and Prose]. Full text of "Poems: Miscellanies, The mistress, Pindarique odes, Davideis, Verses written on several occasions;" See other formats. Macaulay, the Historian, Statesman, and Essayist: Anecdotes of his Life and Labours, with some Account of his Early and Unknown Writings; with a Photographic Portrait () . Full text of "Collections and notes, " See other formats.
Bound in stiff vellum. copies. The first book printed at the Press. Poems by the Way. By William Morris. Small 4to. Gol- den type, in black and red. Bound in stiff vellum. 1 89 1. copies. The Love-Lyrics & Songs of Proteus. W. S. Blunt. Small 4to. Golden type. Stiff vellum. copies. The only Kelmscott book with. This, the Westmoreland MS., belonging to Mr. Edmund Gosse, is one of the most interesting and valuable manuscripts of Donne's poems which have come down to us. It is bound in its original vellum, and was written, Mr. Warner, late Egerton Librarian, British Museum, conjectured from the handwriting, 'a little later than '. Full text of "The complete works in verse and prose of Abraham Cowley; now for the first time collected and edited: with memorial introduction and notes and illustrations, portraits, etc." See other formats. Brave Mr. Sandfield! let me hug thy zeal Unto thy Masters house; Hah Mr. Sandfield! But he'll expect a portion. Sav. Not a whit Sir, As you may use the matter. Sir Oliver. Nay, and the matter fall into my using The Devil a penny that he gets of me. Sav. He lyes at the mercy of your Lock and Key Sir; you may use him as you li t. Sir Oliv.
Aubrey, in MS. Ball fol. , writing to Anthony Wood on Aug. 29, , says: 'This day accidentally Mr. St. George shewed me my grandfather, Dr. William Aubrey's, life in their office', 'written, I suppose, by Sir Daniel Dun, his son-in-lawe. He came to Oxon at 14, and was LL. Dr. at ' [AL] Aubrey was very enthusiastic about these. Anonymous (). The Censure of the Rota upon Mr Miltons book, entituled, The ready and easie way to establish a free common-wealth. EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). The certificate of the deputy lieutenants for county of Warwick. EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). The character of a pilfering taylor, or, A True anatomy of Monsieur Stich in all his tricks and. All his discourse out of the Book of Surgery, Seer-cloth, and Salve, and lies you, all in Tents, Like your Camp-Victlers: Out upon't, I smile To think how I have fitted him with an office; His love takes pains to bring our loves together, Much like your man that labors to get treasure, To keep his wife high for anothers pleasure. Exit. BACK TO A-Z LIST. Hint: you can choose Find from the Edit menu of your web browser to look for a particular word on the current page. C. C. D. (Charles Darby), d. , Bacchanalia: or A Description of a Drunken Club. A Poem London: Printed for Robert Boulter [etc.] 14 p. Preliminaries omitted. C. D. (Charles Darby), d. , The Book of Psalms in English Metre.