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Juvenilia: a collection of poems. 2. Volume.

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Title: Juvenilia: a collection of poems. 2. Volume.
Alternative Title: Wither's poems.
Name(s): Wither, George, 1588-1667
Marriott, John, active 1616-1657
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Text
Issuance: monographic
Date Issued: 1622
Publisher: Printed by T.S. for John Budge, dwelling in St. Paul's Church Yard, at the Sign of The Green Dragon
Place of Publication: London
Physical Form: print
Language(s): English
Table of Contents: v. 1. Abuses stript and whipt, or Satyrical essays -- v. 2. Prince Henry's obsequies, or Mournful elegies upon his death: with a supposed Inter-locution between the Ghost of Prince Henry, and Great Britain. Epithalamia: or Nuptial poems upon the most blessed and happy marriage between ... Prince Frederick the fifth ... Princess Elizabeth (1612). The Shepherd's hunting. The Hymns and songs of the Church -- v. 3. Fair-Virtue, the Mistress of Phil'arete. Selections from Abuses stript and whipt, or Satyrical essays. The Scourge: Vice's executioner, or, The Satyr's self-description of himself. Certain epigrams. Selections from A Collection of Emblems, ancient and modern (1634). Hallelujah, or Britain's second remembrancer: Meditations (1641).
Identifier: 41534719 (oclc), FSU_PR2392J71622_vol2 (IID), fsu:697235 (fedora)
Note(s): written by George Wither ; in three volumes.
Brown paper binding.
"Wither's poems, Reprint 1622"--Spine labels (v. 1-3).
Subject(s): English poetry -- Early modern, 1500-1700
Library Classification: PR2392 .J7 1622
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