Musarum Deliciae: Or, the Muses Recreation, Contening Severall Pieces of Poetique Wit by Sr. J.M. and Ja : S. 1656, 2. kötet

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Her answer 39 His answer 40 On a Musitian and his Scholler 41 On his
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To his Mrs 43 Tempus edax rerum 44 To his
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On a charming beauty
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In Mincam 47 Clericus absque libro 48 To his Mrs
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Umbras non certus metuit 50 On women 51 Women are mens shadowes
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To his mistrisse 53 In Diogenem Cree sum
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Unde venis memora
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A raritie 58 On the Queene of Bo hemia
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To his noble friend 60 On his Mrs death
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Æquè facilitas ac diffi cultas nocet amoris 62 Quidam erat 63 Ôn the Marriage of one Turbolt with Mrs Hill
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Barten Holiday to the Puritan on his Tech nogamia 65 In Meretrices
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A poore Peasant
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72 Asperum nimis condi mentum
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Atheists pastimes
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To Phillis
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On beere 81 On ä vaunting Poet aster 82 On a valiant Souldier
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On Aurispa 84 On Alexander the great
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On a faire Gentlewo 132 On Mopsus
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108
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120
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On the word intoller 134 Si hodie tibi cras
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148
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black bags
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154 On a swearing Gal lant
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On a Mother and her son having but two eyes betwixt them each one
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Vpon Thoroughgood an unthrift 159 In Amorem 160 On the new dressings
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Thus answered 162 Amicitia
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To Sextus 164 Vxor Fortior 165 On a lost Purse
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Felix donec 167 In Gallum 168 A Farrier Physitian 169 Verbositus
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Fatum Supremum 171 In Cupidinem 172 On a Picture 173 On the City Venice
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To a Lady that every morning used to paint her face
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To Coracine 179 On Tasso
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On Stella 181 Who best friend
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On Phaulo
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To Susa 09
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On Saint Bernard 188 On Captain Drad nought and Lieu tenant Slaughter 189 The Heavens mourn 190 On Poets
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To Tasso
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On peto 193 On Torquato 194 To the Reader
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On Battus
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201 To Chærilus 202 In Paulum 203 Vestitus peritus
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Of Poetus i
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To Emson 211 In Fimum
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On a Bragadocio 216 Edens vomens 217 On a Pump stopt with stones 218 Of Prittleprattle 219 In Aulum
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Ad Tilenum
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237 233
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In Paulum 78 262 On Momus
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To Loquax 85 292 To sir Guilty
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On Jack Cutpurse
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Age and Youth 303 On Orus 304 On Sneape 305 On Acerra 306 Empta nostra 307 On Briso
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A Foolish Querie 309 On the King of Swedens Picture 310 B J answer to a Thief bidding him stand 311 Thiefs reply
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Nothing New 313 On Cupid 314 A Tobacconist 315 Feeble standing
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319 On Button the grave maker 320 On long hair 321 To a stale Lady 322 The Crab is restora tive
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Alius altior 324 Sorte tua contentus 325 On a pretender to Prophecy 326 Mart lib 8 Epigr 69
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On a Gamester 328 Parcus profusus 329 On Fr Drake 330 B J approbation of a copy of verses
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Vt pluma persona
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Ona Welshman and an Englishman IOI 337 On Pride IOI 338 On Skrew IOI 339 O Mores
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Sperando pariens
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On Linnit
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Of women 44 140 On a Thief
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As proud as witlesse Dracus 357 Saltem videretur i
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On his Mistris
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On bed keeping
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378
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TO A S 46 145 On a woman
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ter
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Ona French Fencer 402 A Widow that challenged 403 Ona Farmerknighted
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Man i i 12
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On Newter Ned IIO 414 On Men and Women
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Content III 418 On fine apparell
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Similis doctrina li 423 A witty passage
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On Jack and Jill 112 427 On a Pudding
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Women 120 462 Non verbera
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On a passing Bell 123 473 Tunc tua res agitur
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On BoungBob 132 531 On a Wanton
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To Momus
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On Julias weeping 150 611 A Stammerer 1571
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On Vertue Millas 613 Toms fortune Maid 151 614 Opus Vsus 1584
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Vpon the Asse 151 618 On an inconstant 586 On Hypocrisie 152 Mistresse
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On Man and Wo 622 Of a Drunkard
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Infirmis animosus 153 628 On Tobacco 595 A culina ad curiam 153 629 Vpon Nasuto
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Fools Fortune
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Poculo junguntur 638 Merry Doll amici 155 639 Heaven and Hell
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On deaf Joan 681 In Virtutem
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A Toothlessepratler 692 Beauty
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On bad Debtors 180 745 Titus the gallant
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Genitoris nesciens 180 747 To Criticus 715 To a sleeping Talker 180 748 Profundo Scientia 716 Omme simile non 749 On two by Sea
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Qui ebrius laudat 751 To Pontilianus temperantiam 181 752 Instabilis stans
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On Castriotes 758 Priscus
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Est mihi Devi parens 183 762 On Captain Sharke
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On Zoilus 765 Capax incapabilis
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Silens simplex 768 A Souldiers jest
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Sapia qui vendit 773 To Festus oportet 774 A Gentleman and 741 Clamans Asinus
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777 Ebrius oblitus
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On Sir Walter Raw 203 On the Tombs
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Of Nature 197 827 Taming of a Shrew
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Little nothing
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EPITAPHS
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Swedens death
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On a Lyer
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232 24 On Mr Thomas Best
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On Bell the Tinker 27 On proud Tygeras
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On an Infant 35 On a little but very ingenious youth 36 On a Lady dying quickly after her Husband
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On Mr Anguish a Scholler 41 On a lovely young youth 42 On Mr Thomas Allen
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A man and his wife
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On a Captain
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On Ralph 62 On Walter Moone 63 On John Cooling a Playerfoole
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Ona Waterman
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On à Mason
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Justus Lipsius
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On Master Goad 132 On a young woman
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147 Vpon one who dyed
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On a beautifull Vir
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On Sir Walter Raw 207 On King James
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Anagram Thomas Eger Cupid unto thy altar
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Anagram Domina Mar Riddles
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Fancy These may be On a Fairing
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A New years Gift
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A Loving Bargain 308 To Celia weeping
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To his Mistresse
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Excuse for absence 315 To Julia
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A Disswasive from
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Her supposed servant
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Alvar and Anthea
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Cockthrowing
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A Hymne to Bacchus
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Of Melancholy
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Nomine non re 113 430 On Maids
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Pure Nonsence
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VOL II
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The Post of the Signe
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The vertue of Sack
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The Gypsies Songs
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To the Wife being mar ther Cap
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